When I got started on this path, I was going to school for 3d modeling and game design. Building levels for friends at school using unreal engine and having lan parties. It was a great time. At some point I started playing with web development when friends and I tried to start our own business. Of course, it failed because we were new to it all. But I quickly fell in love with web design. Building websites and tools for us to try to be more successful entrepreneurs. So I changed my major to CS, went to a local community college (waay less expensive) to take some classes, and loved it. But after a year I found myself moving too fast for what I was getting out of classes. So when some friends and I started working on new ideas, I decided to take a break and never looked back.
Since then I have worked in a variety of environments from small startups, to ones who are successful and growing fast. Now, I am working on my own projects in my free time and couldn't be happier.
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