The first website i built

The first website i built

One of my greatest strengths has always been my ability to learn.⁣
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This is such a big deal because learning requires a level of humility that not everyone has… The acknowledgement that you do not know it all.⁣
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I had started learning web development from my final year in the university and bought two courses on it during my NYSC.⁣
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Everything I learnt for about two years was good, but not as good as when I finally got an opportunity to work on a project.⁣

⁣It was a very small project and I had Shemang David teaching me. ⁣

⁣It was a little revamping of my mentor Elisha Mamman‘s website. We needed to add some features that were not there at that time.⁣

He used a combination of code and CMS that was quite confusing for me at that time, but I followed the steps.⁣
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⁣After the time we had together, I went to the backend to observe what was there and search so much more online.⁣
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This was the first Website I worked on, but it is the website that I learnt from the most.⁣
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I didn’t know how much I’ll earn from that one skill down the line, but now I know, and it is huge.⁣
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Few people are currently building a web project with me and I remember the way I learnt, so I’m giving them my best.⁣
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⁣Are you looking for a way to put the skills you are learning online into use?⁣

⁣I have one personal recommendation for you.⁣
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Look for a person or a platform you believe in and serve your skill. ⁣
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Service grows you. Work pays you.⁣
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Service in work? That’s spectacular.⁣
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I recently made a redesign of the site I loved every bit of the process. ⁣
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You can see it here:⁣

https://elishamamman.com

⁣To your continued Digital Productivity,⁣

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