January 19, 2019 - 2 min read
This is an update from my post about a non-technical interview tip that led me to get my first Front-end Developer job.
If you’ve read the above linked post, you’ve learned how I prepped for an interview that led me to land my first formally employed full-time gig as a Front-end Developer. Definitely give it a read or share it with someone who might benefit from this sort of mental preparation for an interview!
It’s been a little over two weeks as an officially employed Front-end Developer at a snazzy web development agency.
So far, my work days feel like they’re going by fast, which is good. The phrase, “time flies when you’re having fun” applies here — even though I’ve been sporting my focused learning face ’round the clock.
Fellow co-workers, if you’re lurking this I promise I’m not mad or grumpy. I’m just doing my best to get up-to-speed with the rest of the team!
My time spent so far has been reviewing the company’s repos and getting a feel for how the team structures their code.
I’ve also been getting my hands dirty with an internal project. This is a relatively stressless first go-round as I’m not dealing with any clients directly, yet.
The process of working on this internal project has been pretty straight-forward:
Goals with this project:
It’s been a great learning experience so far — definitely levels up from the comfort of picking your own projects to work on where you have first and final say in its entirety.
Aside from actual work, I’m happy to be near a beautiful park where I can stretch my legs and enjoy some vitamin D during breaks. It’s easy to sit behind the screens and stay entertained from one site to the next so being in an office where a place like this is so accessible is seriously so nice.
Anyway, that's that. Onward I go, cheers ✌🏻