I left the Apple Store. After 4 years, I knew it was time to go and push myself forward into the next phase of my life. I know that I could never have gotten where I am today if it wasn’t for all the experiences I had at Apple. I’ve felt the full range of emotion working in that environment, and I will always carry it with me into anything I do. I appreciate customer service more than I ever could have imagined. The friendships I made will last a lifetime. Thank you, Apple SF for all the love you gave me.
I left Apple to be a part of the summer cohort at Dev Bootcamp. It’s a 10 week intensive into the world of programming. 5 days a week; 8 hours a day. (Although, I’ve been spending a hell of a lot more time working than that.) I’m already through week 1 and I can honestly say that I’ve never done anything more challenging than this program. I’m both scared and excited for being challenged to think so much.
Programming Note: While at Dev Bootcamp we are encourage to keep a blog, and the standard they would like us to use is Tumblr for the easy capability to follow each other. I personally don’t care for Tumblr, but I’ll survive. My duties here at A Box of Paints won’t be halted, but will be diminished a bit. I’m currently blogging daily here. Czech out my ramblings about development.