Hello World 🌎. - I would like to talk about my self in this article. I'm Fuya, a full-stack web developer, and I've been teaching myself to program since 2010. And I love programming.
My father is a systems engineer and I got my first taste of programming in Visual Basic. Before that I loved watching Youtube videos on my computer and taking apart machines before they broke down and had to be discarded. More than anything else, I think the one thing they all had in common was machines. Although I had no knowledge of them, I loved looking at the base of a machine that I had disassembled since I was a child. I can still find pictures of me smiling for the camera, holding the base of a disassembled machine.
Well, that's it for my childhood memories 😅. I started programming in the Visual Basic language and had some familiarity with computers, so all I learned from my father was how to build a program to output "Hello World" as standard on the screen. I think my father knew that and didn't teach me much because I was quite bored at the time 😂. My father himself hadn't written a program for a long time, and at the time he bought me a book as thick as a dictionary.
This was the very first programming book I came across.
I used "Visual Studio 2010 Express", which was a free development environment that allowed me to develop programs in the Visual Basic language. Visual Basic was a programming language that allowed me to develop software with GUI. Even I, a beginner, could easily place buttons and progress bars on the screen by dragging and dropping, and I remember that the code to be written was event-driven and tied to the parts placed on the screen. And my father bought me a book that was like a dictionary with instructions on how to write processes and how to explain them. I didn't know what I would be able to create by being able to program, but that book really stimulated my creativity and ideas at the time. From then on, I was passionate about what I could create by programming in a machine called a computer. Although I have a tendency to devote myself more than anyone else to the things that interest me, I don't think I would be where I am today if I hadn't been there.
My interest started with machines and computers, and then I immersed myself in programming as well. Then I branched out from programming and got interested in a wide range of things I knew and wanted to experience, and I devoted a lot of time to all of them.
You can read more about me today on the About page.