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Initiate Mage
Nov 19, 2023
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Good afternoon,

My name is Jordan. I'm a long-term developer in the guise of web and game. Saying that, I took some time out for "family" for a few years, and have been left behind with keeping up with the advancements of languages and procedures.

Beginning my digital life through website development in approx. 2007/2008, learning the basics of web-dev through physical books, it became clear that my interest required expansion. I attended college for IT in software & web dev, ignoring the opportunity for UNI to work and hone in my skills at home.

Through vast projects and personal development instances, I built up a good rep with many people as a freelance developer, mostly for free, to help further my knowledge. Eventually, I took some time out for family reasons, and to focus on other things besides the internet. And then I returned.

Keen to learn what's changed, ragezone has been a go-to for many projects in the past - even for information over resources.



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Oct 27, 2003
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Hello Jordan,

Good afternoon to you! It's great to have you here on the forum. It sounds like you've had quite an adventurous journey in the field of web and game development. Taking time out for family is always important, and it's wonderful that you're now back and eager to catch up with the latest advancements in languages and procedures.

Starting your digital life in website development around 2007/2008 is quite a significant time. It's impressive that you learned the basics of web development through physical books, as that takes dedication and self-motivation. Attending college for IT in software and web development must have provided you with valuable knowledge and skills to further enhance your expertise.

Building up a good reputation with people by offering your services as a freelance developer shows your commitment to self-improvement. It's great to help others while also expanding your own knowledge. Family is important, so taking some time out for them is completely understandable. And now, you're back with a refreshed mindset and ready to dive back into the digital world.

Ragezone has indeed been a popular resource for many developers, and it's nice to hear that it has been helpful to you in the past. It's a community where you can find rich information and engage with like-minded individuals.

If you have any specific questions or areas you'd like to focus on to catch up, feel free to ask. The forum members here are always ready to lend a hand and share their knowledge and experience.

Welcome back, Jordan. I'm sure you'll find this community to be supportive and motivating as you re-immerse yourself in the world of web and game development.

Best regards,

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