Finally Loving Mobile Development

August 28, 2017

Looking back during the last 10 years or so, mobile apps are nothing but a stranger of this world. Then suddenly, it boomed and went crazy. Nowadays, you can’t see an individual without a mobile phone.

To be honest, I’ve been trying to learn mobile development for quite a while. Then at some point, I stopped and moved on again with web instead.

I don’t know.

It seems that there is this some sort of negative energy or aura that makes me think I can’t love the mobile platform. And going back two weeks ago, I remembered my experiences way back in college.

My college background

During college, I have this infinite amount of enthusiasm for programming. Basically, I was specializing in building desktop apps back then using Java as my primary language. I build apps everyday. Even after school, or during school hours. I loved it. I’ve built different apps with the main purpose of improving my other people’s life.

  • I created a library management system.
  • I created a grading system specifically for our school.
  • I created a chat system for use in our home.
  • I created an iTunes-like app that plays my own library of songs.
  • the list goes on…

Those memories just came back at me and I realized how passionate I was during that time. For those reasons, I was able to bring back that fire and motivation to continue along and learn a new thing.

Fast forward to today

Today, I’m happy to say that I am halfway to finishing The Complete React Native and Redux course on Udemy and targeting to finish it in a span of two weeks. My primary goal is to be comfortable with mobile development and build really useful apps for everyone.

Mark Chavez

Hi, I'm Mark Chavez. Creator of Get Things Done, yamda, public_apis, js_issues, bitcoin_index and a whole bunch of open-source projects. Join me on my adventures as I unfold the good and bad bits about software writing. You can also follow me on twitter and github for more goodies. Also, I love #oss!