This section does not contain imperative information however if you want to know more about me then read on. I believe that developers are born, they are not created, a person can practice code for so long and still not have the intelligence to solve errors as fast as someone that was born to be a developer.
Just because a person sits in front of a computer for 8 hrs a day doesn't make them a great developer, looking busy does not equal productive in this industry, i know i can sit in front of a computer for just 4 hrs a day and have done more work than a person that sat in front of theirs for 8hrs coding nonstop.
Developing is my passoin, its something i enjoy doing whether i get paid or not, when i was in varsity i developed more than any other student, more than people that have been working for a while, i develop for the fun of it and the exhilarating feeling you get at the end when you see your code come to life.
I tried so many different things in my life, and code was one of the best things i have come to enjoy, understanding how programmes work, how they were built, telling the computer what to do, is just an awesome experience, it makes you feel like a god of some sort😁😁🙏😎😎.
I have a BSc Degree in Information Technology, but tell you what, if you really want to hire a great developer, don't look at their qualification, test their logic, find out how they handle problems, how long it takes them to solve a problem and you will always have the best developers in your team (have them play Lightbot http://lightbot.com/flash.html 😄 ).
Developers are not Accountants,Doctors nor lawyers, reading a stack of books on programming won't make you the best developer in the world, having the needed high IQ, is what will make you a legendary developer, that's why when i started this i said i believe great developers are born and not created.
A programmer is a person who fixes a problem that you don't know you have, in a way you don't understand. If you ever need help with a website or mobile app,