For those people who aren't programmers. One of the first tutorials/lessons you ever learn in a programming book/class is to output to the screen "Hello World". I don't know where it came from or why, but it's everywhere in the programming world. So the pun is intended. I'm saying hello after starting a programming job.
I meant to do this yesterday but I chose to spend the time with the family. I miss my hubby and the girlies a lot, but all in all I've been too busy to think about it. Monday I didn't work. Tuesday and Wednesday it was basically just researching and going through things I need. Thursday was a bit more actually work after my correct computer made it in. I still don't have the right OS nor an email program, but hopefully that will be remedied soon as well.
Friday I actually started coding. I'm nervous, but I coded almost all of Friday. yay! It really is amazing how much like working at home it was. However I will have to bring in a headset, I'm sharing an office with the IT guy. He gets lots of calls and uses the speaker phone a lot and it's distracting. I will have to put up a note/sign or get a mirror to hang so I know if people are there, since my back is to the door.
I found out after getting hired on that they will be moving offices in a few months, to Moss Point. I'm hoping not to far away, I really like the closeness, but we'll see. When we move hopefully I'll have my own office - another we'll see.
I'm going to be a bit scarce while I adjust to the new life, so bare with me I do not intend to abandon my journal, my facebook or anything else of social internet. It's just an adjustment I need to make.