Welcome back to my blog peeps.
For the past couple of weeks (resulting in about a month or two), I have been working on my MacBook for more than a couple of hours a day and I am not working on my blog. Though I did start on my blog with a lot of gusto in the beginning, after chemo and radiation I am not sure what else I can blog about.
So I have been doing what I had been planning all along - to study and get myself skilled in programming. Though I don't need to learn programming in my area of work ( Quality Assurance testing) I have noticed the need to amp up my skills in the programming sector so that I can work on learning automation testing and hopefully get a much higher paying job.
I have just completed the Responsive Web Design Course and was also certified. I am proud of course, but definitely not easy. Learning when you are older takes time I think - or does it? Or has cancer treatment something to do with the learning capacity? Can cancer treatment alter the way a person retains new skills? If it can alter the DNA, I don't see why not though. Something for me to think about.