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コンチュ~!(Konchu~!) I'm Adrianne, and this is my creative and learning journal. I love to build things and learn new things so I can build more things, and I chronicle them as much as I can so I can share what I know to like-minded builders like myself. Filled with web things, art, some DIY crafts, as well as other digital things, I hope this journal would inspire others and discover new things useful for everyone. Thank you for visiting!

  • November 18, 2018

    Bootcamps and Imposter Syndrome

    I know, it’s been months since the last time I’ve written here. But, I was at a period of getting caught up with real life, and life outside the internet has always been a priority, not just for me, but also for everyone also. Household matters, deaths in the family, and being stuck trying to […]
  • July 22, 2018

    Halfway through #100DaysOfCode

    I haven’t written here since May! Oh em gee! 😅 But, I had to write something here since I feel that this poor web dev learning blog is collecting dust. Not to mention that the theme that I’m currently using for some 2-3 years now is still the same. I’m going through an overhaul of […]
  • May 18, 2018

    Progate is Love!

    For the duration of my first days of the #100DaysOfCode Twitter challenge, I have been going through my basic Javascript studies with a learning platform called Progate. I’ve taken other Javascript courses, starting from Codeacademy and even Treehouse and some Udemy courses before, however, a lot of them are quite fast-paced or that the instructions are kind […]
  • May 4, 2018

    Return to #100DaysofCode

    Let’s just face it. Life happens. There’s nothing we can do about it. My original plan the first time I joined the #100DaysofCode challenge was to master Python and then start learning Javascript. I somewhat succeeded with the basics of Python, although I’m afraid I may have to learn the basics all over again. Javascript, […]
  • January 5, 2018

    The NINPOJineous Plans for 2018

    Happy New Year to all the fellow forever learners out there! 2018 is a brand-new year, which also means, brand-new plans and goals for everything. This, of course, includes plans for this site. I’m ready for a few of them, so please, do stay tuned! Tutorials SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) Full tutorial on developing WordPress […]
  • December 30, 2017

    [REVIEW] Girls Who Code: Learn to Code and Change the World

    First, I apologize for not doing much book reviews. The first book review that I had related to coding and anything creative was last year, and in a way, I feel ashamed of it. But, here I am now with my second book review of The NINPOJineous Book Reviews series. One of my goals in life, […]
  • November 13, 2017

    What have I been up to?

    I. I’ve become a PyLady! … in short, I began to learn— and actually sticking and committing to it— a particular language that everybody in all my classes has been suggesting me to learn in order to understand my more “desirable” languages 1 — Python. For a math flunkie like myself (and still feeling like […]
  • October 19, 2017

    Tech Inclusion 2017 (San Francisco) Career Fair

    Tech Inclusion 2017 (San Francisco)
    I admit. I haven’t been to a career fair for the last three years. I have been so busy studying and getting myself back on my feet in the tech field for the longest time since I was laid off back in 2010. 1 In addition, my part-time job doesn’t really give me many chances […]
  • October 1, 2017

    What I learned from the wilderness (and math)

    Simulating remote worker trial out in the wilderness? For three days last weekend, my family and I traveled east (just a tad 2 hours) to Angels Camp, Yosemite, and the Sierra Nevada region. In short, the wilderness and the majestic fertile lands that symbolizes California as a whole. This may or may not be related […]
  • September 22, 2017

    Return to Skillcrush: Back to Basics

    Throughout the years since I opened this blog that I’ve written a lot about my online educational experiences at Skillcrush. I wasn’t able to complete their Ruby on Rails blueprint program because life happened. I had my very first client as a freelancer, and even though it was a fun experience, the project never went […]

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