In here, we will learn the exciting journay of creating my first portfilio. I've been working on a personal portfolio.
For the last few months, I've been working on a personal portfolio. I've always believed that a separate portfolio is important for any dev since it connects you to future opportunities and it helps you to grow your network.
Today I deployed it on madza.dev. There's still some stuff to improve, like testing browser compatibility, tweaking some UX, etc, so it's still a WIP, for sure. But hey, everyone has to start somewhere, right?
I tried to document everything during the process and thought it would be useful to share the planning phases, technical execution, and the major takeaways from the project.
I've always liked to write, code, and do some music production in my spare time, so I wanted my portfolio to reflect all that. I came up with an idea to dedicate a separate space for each.
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