And with that cheesy title, we’ve officially come full-circle. If you can remember far enough back, my very first blog post had a title with a little coding humor, as well. It’s fitting, therefore, that I end on a (somewhat) comedic note, too.
As my semester (and college career) comes to end, so too does my obligation to continue posting on this blog. Well, at least my obligation to post for a grade. It’s been an interesting—albeit busy—semester, and I’ve learned quite a bit through the experience of this blog.
Though this is my last official blog post, I’d like to let you in on a little secret. I’ve enjoyed writing posts and researching new information about web development and UX design, and I’m a little reluctant to give it up. Therefore, I’m considering incorporating this blog into my personal website and continuing to post on a regular basis.
That, however, may be a little bit into the future. I graduate in a few weeks and will be focusing on getting accustomed to real life. In my time off before starting work, I will be working on finishing up a few freelance website and design projects. Be sure to check back for more updates on the eventual move.
In my absence, take a look back at some of my previous blog posts for suggestions on how to continue to grow your web development skills.
- Web Dev 101: Getting Started as a Web Developer
- Web Dev 101: Code—The Language of the Web
- Web Dev 101: Coding for the Server
- Web Dev 101: Learning Resources for Coding Languages
Even though I will be taking a short hiatus from blogging, I will certainly still be looking for inspiration for post topics when I resume. Let me know what you want me to cover by sending an email to email@example.com.