Growing up, “technology” wasn’t my thing. I preferred the newspaper that was at the bottom of my driveway every day and the Sports Illustrated that was in my mailbox every Thursday or Friday (I silently cursed the U.S. Mail every time SI wasn’t delivered on Thursday). At one point in elementary school, I remember one of my friends talking about the free WiFi at Publix, and I didn’t have a clue what WiFi was. I was old school. If it was up to me, I wouldn’t have been the only one with a flip phone. But things change. Or at least I became open to change. In high school, I signed up for a Web Design class. I hated it.
All my coding work can be found in the tab labeled “NMIX 4110”. Thanks!