New Beginning

Recently, I have been busy preparing for exams having fun, and I haven't been able to find time to write another a miscellaneous article in the new year. Actually, it's not because of exams, but it seems like everything is piling up, and I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed. I think, in the new year, I need to make some changes.

First, let's talk about what I have been busy with recently.

Firstly, I am learning React. The opportunity is that I may be working on a React-related project internship during this period, and I don't know anything about it. Because I have been writing Vue for almost half a year, the idea of componentization is deeply ingrained, so learning the basics of React is effortless, mostly just a syntax transformation. However, when it comes to advanced features, I feel a bit weak, as React is indeed much more complex than Vue. Secondly, Redux, I also spent some time studying and thinking about it. The actual situation may involve more problems.

Then, there's my own project, Focus. Actually, at the end of December, I almost stopped working on it, but recently I picked it up again and did a little bit. There are always unfinished tasks, and you have to give up something to move forward. Of course, I won't give up. The frontend part is almost done now, only the backend and SEO are left, how can I give up?

I might take on a project, a WeChat mini program. This is a project that some senior students who graduated a few days ago want to do. It's about an e-commerce platform, because it's a microbusiness, and they lack frontend developers. After chatting for a while, I found out that it's basically an outsourcing project, and they want me to do it all by myself. Of course, they said the backend API is already done, but I'm not sure about the specific situation. I tried using Vue + uniapp to create a small thing, and it's actually not that difficult, just a few more methods, a few changes to the tags, a bunch of small program APIs. The price hasn't been negotiated yet, I guess it will be after the new year.

Finally, there are exams (crying face). Actually, exams don't seem important to me at all. This time, I basically went to the exams without much preparation, obviously not as serious as the final exams last year. As I write this article, the exams are already over, and how can I describe my mood, there are both joy and disappointment. In fact, most people take exams to avoid failing, if there were no exams, few people would bother to learn those knowledge. However, whether to study or not is up to oneself in college. I did feel that I was more carefree in my second year than in my first year, and it's not just me, it's the people around me as well. In my first year, even though I didn't attend classes regularly, I still wanted to review well during the review week and not fail any courses. But now, my roommates don't take exams seriously anymore, failing is fine for them. As for me, I have become someone who just wants to pass the exams, rather than aiming for excellence.

I have invested more and more time in development and experience accumulation, not because someone else is forcing me, but more out of love. Now, I almost treat it as something as essential as eating every day. Once you get used to it, you feel like something is missing if you don't do any development in a day.

In the new year, I hope I can meet more like-minded people, develop together, and have fun together; I also hope to continue expanding my skill set and improving myself.

Lastly, I wish everyone a happy new year and good luck every day. (Although it's a bit late to say this, but it should still be in the festive atmosphere.)

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