Had I been born a few years later or had I been exposed to computers earlier in my life, I probably would have pursued an education in a field more directly related to programming. However, only in the past few years has coding and data analysis come into my life, almost by accident. [If you read this paragraph knowing that my background is in mathematics, you would think that what I just said makes no sense at all.]

At some point, circumstances converged to present me with challenges for which I was asked to develop solutions. The learning process born from the need to solve those problems was not always particularly structured. Many different knowledge sources had to come together (and continue to do so) to form my solid understanding of what a well-written coding project is.

The learning journey was quite a solitary process in which I was left alone with my analytical and demanding mind. So I built my understanding of what a well-structured code should be while delightfully involved with developing