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I started writing for EdPressoπŸ’ƒπŸΏπŸ’ƒπŸΏπŸ’ƒπŸΏ

Cynthia Peter
Β·Nov 21, 2019Β·

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So, I started learning flutter last month, just a few days after my birthday. And so far, it's not been easy. It's more difficult because I have to run other responsibilities. And yeah!, I get distracted a lot too. There's just so much going on.

But in all that, I am excited, very excited because I got an opportunity to write on this amazing platform and share my learning journey. It's a lot harder than I ever imagined. But the fact that I've got people that believe in me and contribute in every way they can to see to it that I am a better developer and a person. I am encouraged to do better.

I am becoming a lot comfortable with Git and have decided to make at least one commit/push daily to grow my efficiency and my activity on Github. Celeste from Educative.io reached out to me on twitter and offered me an opportunity to write on flutter. At first, I wasn't sure I'll do well since I was still struggling with understanding the basics of flutter and I ain't used to writing technical articles, I'm like,πŸ€” wah will I write about and all. But somehow he convinced me to pick it up and give it a shot.

I wrote my first article a few days ago, say on the 13th of November 2019. And it was just a basic first step to starting with flutter and here is the link How to get started with flutter. It actually took me a long time before I could figure out what and how to write as that was my first technical post. But oh well, I pulled it and then, got this very welcoming tweet that made me smile.

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In all, I wish to write more on my flutter journey, I am learning daily and I feel more confident. Thank you for reading. And please do leave a comment.

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