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It has been almost a year and 3 months since I started learning web development. I can say I have progressed pretty far in this "web" of knowledge. If you asked me 2 or so years ago about this business, I would have said... what? I never imagined myself in that time that I would create my future through typing text. Sometimes you've got to be let by your life to guide you through this entangled world of possibilities.
I always love to help people. If you have a problem, and if I knew how to resolve it/help you, I sure would. I'm the energic type of person, meaning I barely get tired of what I'm doing, meaning that I'm also very passionate about web development. I strive to get better each time I create and recreate a project, to make sure to be one of the best web developers around there.
I've made this YouTube Channel around uh... Christmas of 2015? I did post a few videos, but it's kind of time consuming to edit videos, so that's why I don't post there a lot. I will probably post some more videos in the future, depends on my mood really.
Agar.io holds a special place in my heart. Without it, I wouldn't have ever met some people who are good friends with me now, I wouldn't have joined communities that I'm in now, and, most important, I wouldn't have been introduced to even better .io games.
Diep.io, the game that I'm currently playing, and I'm pretty good at it, is still my favourite .io game that I have ever played. A lot of amazing stuff happened, a lot of... less amazing stuff happened, but my passion for that game is hard to express in words.
Bonk.io, though seems like a pretty childish game at first, it's really opened a big door of endless possibilities. The fun and satisfaction it brings is... weird, it just comes. There's no reason for it, I just... like it.
*As of September 2018.
― Jeff Foster