My own Lenten journey continued when I attended another local meetup last Sunday. This time, I went to my local WordPress community, East Bay WordPress Enthusiats. Because this is more appropriate to write about in my learning/creatives journal, I’ll save the details for that new entry over there. Like the ladies (and men) at GDI Oakland last month, they’re open, welcoming, and became a wealthy source of information regarding WordPress in general, the business being freelance WordPress developers, and other general but significant subjects such as client relationships, employer relationships, and so on.
My progress so far with both of them is that I’m pretty much at 0.1%. I’m still stuck at installing Python and Django to my computer3 and still stuck with the
print("Hello world!") basics, it’s not even funny. I still have yet to figure out how to use Django and have that particular code appear on a Django framework project. I don’t understand what’s going on and I’m stuck.
Never overestimate yourself with fun challenges such as these. My mind is completely blank right now that I started going back to some Udemy classes that I took in the past before and start to re-learn them again and recharge my brain. I’m currently taking the quick Bootstrap single-page development, and in a way, it’s helping me. With this, I can catch up with the 30 Days, 30 Sites challenge, but still, at the same time, I need to catch up with the Treehouse Python track too.
And lately, I am still stuck in my otome gaming world. Mystic Messenger has been taking up much of my sleepy night and I have been spamming Mikari with 707 and Elly and everything else with this game. God Seven is everywhere, and he will be soon as part of my collective. But, that will happen much, much later. I still have yet to complete what I started last year, just like what I did with the WDC.
Speaking of the WDC, please, join us! Yes, we may be a very small community with slightly slow activity,4 but with your enthusiasm and the desire to meet new friends and share what you love, WDC will truly come alive.
And it’s almost 2am here. Off to bed now!
On the sidenote...
- The current one has been transferred to my GitHub Pages account. [↩]
- Since I have studied basic SQL… [↩]
- I didn’t have a problem with installing Python, but installing Django is just ridiculous… I have to install these other components before I can install the framework itself, which is kind of a hassle… [↩]
- we’re mostly adults, so of course we’d be busy with our own lives… [↩]