I'm self taught, and only learnt the basics of computer programming in University back in France, teaching myself some more advanced concepts in my spare time, and then learning most of what I know due to professional experience. I've always learnt most of what I learn through metaphors and analogies. This is the way I learn best, and also the way I teach best, when I do need to teach.
I'm a Software Engineer, I haven't given any lesson yet, at least I haven't been paid for it, though I did have interns at some point in my previous company, and I explained them the basics of the Web, what it is and how it works.
Secondary School - Learning some HTML/CSS basics on OpenClassRooms
2015 - Entering University, learning some IT basics
2017 - Entering private school, where I learnt web marketing, web design and web programming.
2020 - Moving to the UK, I'm now a full-time Software Engineer/Front-End Developer, dealing with both front-end and back-end matters.
He has a lot of patience and can easily find a lot of easy ways to explain something that can be hard to understand. He loves to simply is teaching and listening to him is really
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