I haven't given you all a Bootcamp update and I'll address that in this post. This past week I did two build space projects(one of the NFts are on this post). I've been hearing about it from one of my groups and it's very much my thing (hands on). I want to tell you about my experience and where I want to go next with this.
Bootcamp isn't what I expected. It's a lot of words and not enough hands on for me. I'm going to be real frank about things...I am behind on class. I plan to work through coding exercises one day this week, and then taking notes on another day. The talks they have are a bit advance even for me, BUT all this isn't a bad thing. Taking the time to do hackathons and now build space has actually made the material even more clear.
OMG this site. Build space reminds me of the projects I use to build in college except they have a lot more instruction for this new field. At first I signed up for just the intro to web3. I loved the experience and breakdown. I finally understood what I was doing in the Nervos hackathon a few months ago. Oh let me backup....completing a project will get you a NFT for your hard work.
Anyway I really love how Farza breaks down every line of code because I was previously just changing things out the blue. I also love the format. There is a discord that you can post progress in and ask questions. Granted I have kinda slipped on posting progress outside of ig.
All in all if you are looking for a fun and easy way to get into web3 this is definitely it.
This experience has been fun. I plan to do 1 more build space about Rust, my new found programming love. I want to create 2 crypto related things in the next few months: an ecomm site and have my on "NFT drop".
How do I plan to get this done with the new job and such? No clue. Going to take a very good schedule, good sleep, and some quality breaks. Luckily there is a holiday around the corner so I'll take full advantage of those days and we shall see what dent I can make in these projects.
Oh and I also want to start applying for web3 work. Nothing heavy though. Maybe 1-2 contracts a month would be nice. I just need to put myself out there ya know. I think Rust will help open this door even more and I'm excited to see where that takes me.
On a complete side-note...I don't recommend everyone jump around like I did.