It’s not you, it’s me – time for a break JavaScript

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Starting with June 2014, when I decided I want to create websites and apps, HTML and CSS have been part of my daily life.
The same, more or less, with JavaScript (expect 3 months when I played a little with Ruby).

I don’t consider myself a JavaScript programmer. I know a bunch of things and I created some really fun stuff with it, but this is all.

The whole JavaScript environment: libraries, frameworks, people around, etc., is full of crap. And for someone learning (or trying to learn) is overwhelming and maybe even a little depressing.
It feels really good to step aside from this.

Leaving aside JavaScript, I really like the design part, especially UX. And I hope that someday I will have the opportunity to explore it a little more. I will stop using Free Code Camp and also I will stop working on the Android course.
For now I think I will focus for a while on data analytics.

I started playing with Python, doing the tutorials from Codecademy (I’m at 80%) and next up is Learn Python the Hard Way.
Hopefully I will also move from web design to data analytics and this will allow me to concentrate on one thing. I don’t know where this will go and what will follow, we will see.

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Gabriel Mergea

Enjoy learning, solving problems and building things. I'm passionate about economy, technology, genetics and sociology.

One thought on “It’s not you, it’s me – time for a break JavaScript”

  1. Python is a great and beautiful language. For big data , I suggest you to learn R language. 🙂

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