Why do you want to get into web development?

The answer is probably not all that complicated.

If you’re not one of the lucky few who has already got a degree in web development or programming, it can be overwhelming to be stuck in an entirely different field.

But the truth is, the more you learn the more that you’re going to like it.

In the long term, you’ll have more options for how to grow your skillset.

The internet is a big, big, bigger world and web development is no different.

It can be a career in itself, and that’s why I decided to take the plunge into web dev as a career choice.

I started writing web development articles and doing a variety of other web development related work, and then I decided that I needed to take a break from all of that.

I was tired of the grind.

I’d already spent enough time in my free time to do more than what I wanted to do.

That was when I decided it was time to step away from all that.

But there was one other thing I needed out of the game: a way to work from home.

In 2016, I bought a home computer, which I now use to work on this article.

I’ve been lucky enough to have found a great job at a great company that allows me to work remotely from home, and I’m happy to share the experience with you.

It’s a great way to get out of my office for a few days and have a break and work on something I really love.

I also used my new computer to work in my own home.

There was a lot of learning, but also lots of fun.

I spent a lot less time in front of a computer than I used to.

When I get home, I’ll spend most of my time with my daughter.

And there’s no better way to unwind than with a cup of tea, a hot chocolate and some games.

I’m sure the following posts will be quite entertaining.

Enjoy the read, and check out some of the amazing apps and websites I’ve created over the past few years.

Happy web development! Mark S