I’m a highly motivated individual with a keen interest in expanding my existing talents and learning new skills along the way. Through a mix of online sources, books and articles by experts in the field, I learned how to programme. Joining General Assembly was the logical next step in my development as a programmer. The Software Engineering course was beneficial as it was immersive and showed me my strengths as well as the gaps in my knowledge. I have a new understanding of, and appreciation for, the art of programming. As a result of the course, I can sketch out, rewrite, and restructure code in a clear and understandable way. This is my greatest strength as a programmer. Now, I look to progress my career as a Junior Software Engineer.
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