This is the conversion of my old The NINPOJineous blog: Welcome to Adrianne Codes! I wouldn’t exactly call this a revamp of my old code studies blog, but at the same time, I haven’t blogged here about code studies, tech, and others related for almost a year (since late April 2020). In addition, it’s a new decade, so why not make it a time to do some positive changes?
I changed the blog/site name to Adrianne Codes to make it a lot more relatable to who I am today as a coder. I couldn’t live up to the whole ninja bit and I did mention that I’m not really a ninja, so therefore, I decided to convert, revamp, and start anew and write all my progresses as myself: an adult Asian-American woman really wanting to code, both for fun and hopefully, for a living. But that will be another story to share.
Adrianne Codes will still have the same purpose and (hopefully) the same types of content, such as “tutorials” (that’s what I call them anyway) and more. I thought about converting this into a coding/dev portfolio too, but I already have ADRIANNE.dev serving that purpose. On the other hand, this blog is really what it’s all about: Me (Adrianne) coding… and maybe more related to coding.
I’m just an adult lady still trying to find her way through life and to try to incorporate that path with the things I love. I may have earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Communications, but at the same time, I’m also aiming a lot higher for success. I opened this journal to chronicle my own process in getting there, while at the same time, share all my interests and what I’ve learned to those interested.
I also maintain a personal blog, where I talk about stuff unrelated to anything I write on this site. It’s just a general blog where I just write about anything else, as well as a commentary blog about anything on a whim.
- Adri Mars INK (art and stories blog)
- ADRIANNE.dev (dev portfolio)
- Chika Wota Blog (my J-Pop (Japanese Pop Music) fan blog)
The machines I use
- Dell Inspiron One 15 7000 (7548)
- Apple Macbook Pro 13 (2014)
- iPad 7th Generation (2019 – digital art & second monitor purposes only)