"Tell me about yourself."
As I grew up I was always told that teaching would be perfect for me. I was great with kids, and I had many female friends/family members who were teachers as well. After two years in the profession, my suspicions throughout college were confirmed - teaching wasn't right for me. I found myself craving a different intellectual challenge and was exhausted by the many politics of public education. After some introspection I decided to listen to this original love for computers that I had had since I was in middle school. Long past were the days where I could change the code on all of my friends MySpace profiles for background colors, fonts, or layouts, so I knew I needed to find another way to work with this natural knack for working with websites. I discovered FreeCodeCamp and was hooked - coming home from work each day only to spend my time pushing myself farther and farther through the courses. Through the encouragement from my family and coworkers, I decided to t