Fast forward a year or so after finishing college and I fell into a position at a large software company in St Paul, MN. I was awesome at it and I loved it. Turns out I’m a natural. As I have moved through the corporate ranks the last few years, I’m now a Senior Technical Support Analyst for an awesome mid-size company with lots of fancy and important customers.
But my journey doesn’t end there.
For the last 6 years I have been nurturing my creative side by learning and becoming proficient in web design and web development. (”So why don’t you get a job as a developer then, silly?” you might ask. Fair. But that’s an upcoming blog post you’ll have to check back for).
Cool story, but what does that mean for you? Lots of things my friends, lots of things.
Most importantly, it means I’m self motivated. I’m not collecting a paycheck from a fancy agency (nothing aginst fancy agencies). It means I’m skilled, I know the industry, and I learn new things at the speed of light. With the ever changing world of web development, aptitude is gold. I’m the gold you’ve been looking for (but I cost less). And I’m available for work.
LET’S GET PERSONAL
“Designing and coding all day is something I don’t get sick of.”
While that quote above is an original, I’m human too and do other things besides sit in front of a computer all day – though my husband might disagree. I have a pretty awesome family and love going on adventures with my husband and little guy.