The primary intended audience is myself. Writing things out forces me to untangle and corral unstructured thoughts and ideas, and forces me to examine them with greater scrutiny, in a structured manner. The fact that the output is easily shareable with peers is a nice bonus.
Pages are meant to be living documents, and will be written as quick references rather than as detailed tutorials. Content-wise, I'm mainly focused on documenting "active" tricks that are expected to be used day-to-day (such as a way to quickly batch edit files). This is opposed to tricks based on configuration (such as adding syntax highlighting to a filepicker), which tend to be less flexible and more dependent on ones' individual developer environment.
I wrote my first line of "real" code in October 2015. I attended the San Francisco January 2016 cohort of App Academy, and it changed my life. I'd recommend it to anyone, and my experiences have sparked a passion for mentoring individuals looking to change careers and break into the tech world.
Previously, I was a graduate student studying the psychology of decision making. To this date, dropping out to pursue software engineering remains one of the best decisions I've ever made.
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