I started learning Web Development in the end of 2017. Why so? Well, you can create the whole new content in the Internet! There’s almost no limits. You can even create standalone applications (e.g. VSCode or Atom). Right now this website is generated with Hugo (static website generator) but I would love to create it by myself without any generator.
I encountered NodeJS when I wanted to create a bot for Telegram. After some basic research I already knew how to use promises and how NodeJS works. Then my first Telegram Bot came up. It was beautiful experience learning NodeJS and it’s possibilities. I created around 10 bots while working on freelance and this helped me gain lots of experience (and money too).
I love Unity a lot. I started creating games when I was 11. My first game was “SCP-432” for Android. It had so many bugs and glitches, but still, I was happy with it. Now using C# for game development (before was UnityScript). I like how Unity is multiplatform so I can develop games for PC, Android and other devices.
My first experience was with STM32 microcontrollers and then I tried Arduino. Everything was just for fun for the first time, but I liked it and gone further. Worked with Arduino but you can’t truly learn about MCU’s if you were using Arduino as basis. So I moved to STM32 (it’s a bit painful but you’ll get used to it).
I’m using Linux (Ubuntu distro) as my main Operating System. I still don’t know Linux much as I wanted to, but I think I know a bit more than just basic stuff. Worked with servers setup, NodeJS setup, iptables config, StrongSwan and other stuff. I think configuring distros to my preferences is my fetish.
I love simplistic style. Using InkScape for creating logos/apps/banners/UI/UX and GIMP for editing. Also sometimes Paint.NET is very useful with some it’s internal effects if using Windows. “Material design” is my most preferable design style because it’s elegant, simplistic and intuitive.
Well, I’m far from this, but whatever. Learned how to use Blender and already tried my skills in action. Can rig the model and do basic animations (but a bit forgot how do this). Prefer Blender because it’s open source and it has a giant book with lots of tutorials. You can find it here.
I love music too much. Listening to the music every day (and night too). Piano, strings, cellos, violins.. and action drums create real good combination. I’m best at orchestral music and I don’t know why. Using FL Studio 12 with some VST plugins (mostly Xpand2!). Preferable platform for music publishing is SoundCloud.
“With love, from Skye~”