A bit rocky, as I’ve always had trouble receiving input on my resume; and this has perhaps in part forced me to trust myself.
Nonetheless, I think this single piece of pixelated paper is a strong step forwards. There are as many numbers as there is poetry, which suits me well.
I’m not sure what job would be best for me ~ I have a myriad of skills though am just now entering a space in life where I can focus on cultivating them.
The Ideal Job
For me, it would be in a place between mentor-ship and independence. Yes, I am well versed in all areas of full-stack development. Now, I would like to further specialize on the server side.
There is a market for Django Developers, of which I am. While I also have an interest in data. Paired with an academic background in Economics and Statistics, this does not seem an unreasonable pursuit.
The Ideal Career Path
I would like to help manage projects and teams.
My goal when learning to code, was to enable myself to manifest my own ideas. Through the university I was given classes which allowed me to draw parallels between human and computational systems.
The former being a miraculous evolution of which the latter is but pale echo.
Regardless, I enjoy working with people to accomplish mutual goals, and I am good at it, dare I say ~ especially within the context of respecting individual life paths.
I am data-minded while never disconnected from the abstract artistry of life and human interaction.
And I am able to convey necessary information to each affected party in ways that are best suited to the success of the project and their inclusion.
Where To Go From Here
I have quite a bit of learning left to do.
Though the primary aim is to get a job working for others.
Without question, within an organization that sees the value of my work outside of their own individual ends.
Thankfully, I am in a position to wait for such an opportunity.
And so the job hunt begins!