Resume Updated

Updated my Resume today.

It's interesting how one's vocabulary changes over time. I had several sentences in my resume that I reread and couldn't bear to keep the same.

I've also been working for a while on a report on the social media usage of my current company. It's been interesting to analyze the usage and effect of our posts on different platforms. I've learned quite a bit, just in the week or two that I've been working on the report.

The book I read for February of this year was The Thank You Economy by Gary Vaynerchuk. This book went into great detail about the usage of social media by companies large and small. Gary wrote the book in 2010 and 2011, but the principles he wrote about, the usage of Instagram, Twitter, and other platforms, still hold true today.

I've been thinking a lot about marketable skills recently. I decided with my site that it would be a lot more interesting and impressive if I had coded the whole thing myself. In 2019, many of these programs and skills can be learned completely online. I taught myself Sony Vegas, Photoshop, Illustrator, and some Excel expertise from YouTube and StackOverflow.

Having a great time at ASEA, just getting bored of my schedule being so empty. I liked working two full-time jobs, I felt like I was reaching my full potential. Having an extra six hours every day to sit around and read and do nothing is boring. Some supplemental work would be nice. In the meantime, I'll just work on my online classes and maybe practice some HTML in the meantime.

Lastly, there's a new page on the header of my site. The founder of my company gave a great presentation for our department last week. It was great. My report on it is up.