I’ve got to say, Angular has had my attention a lot through out the month of April.
My first exposure to Angular was not that professional really. It was under the direction of a developer that was legitimately amateur in his development work. Additionally, I really did not have that much experience with it anyway. And because of this poor exposure, I developed a poor opinion of Angular.
Fast forward a few years, I have gone through React in another job. I have grown to like the flexibility of React. But now I got another job that put me back into Angular. I was determined to jump in positively.
Now, I have to say that there is a lot more to Angular than I previously thought. I will admit, Angular is growing on me. I should be able to take this opportunity to become a better developer.
I’ll admit, I am a bit of a health nut, and I like to track my health progress; except for the occasional doughnut, pizza, and ice cream. Other than that, I love to track my health through a variety of devices. I have a MyZone device to track exercise, my iPhone on me to track walking distance, a smart scale to track weight, and a oximeter to track oxygen and pulse rate.
During this whole time of health tracking, an Apple Watch has grown in the back of my mind for a while. It has grown because the idea of tracking the heart rate as you sit, stand, walk, run, sleep, or anything else is really enticing. Plus all the other health tracking features that come with an Apple Watch. I should endeavor to keep track of my health as I grow up.