Ever since I first started learning how to use a computer in the latter half of the 1990s I've enjoyed them, found them fascinating and wanted to learn more. As I've got more and more hooked on the internet I've wanted to understand more about how it works and how it is put together. So this is one reason for my enrolling in a web design course. The other reason is so I can put together my own website for the hostel I plan to own one day.
I started a beginner's web design course last September at the local college. On this course I learnt the basics of HTML and got quite a good understanding of how websites are created. I enjoyed it and finished in February with a distinction. This motivated me to sign up for the intermediate level course which began immediately after the first course and runs until July. On this course I am learning how to use Expression and Java, amongst other things. I've found it a lot more difficult than the first course but think this is mainly due to being so tired and exhausted all the time. I have no time to practice at home and by the time I get to college I'm half asleep. Yesterday evening I was quite alert as it was the first day back at school after the Easter holidays and I've had a good rest and feel really relaxed. What a difference! I understood everything and feel that I did quite well. So there's hope for me yet!