“I’ve been with Codecamp for about five years now. It caught me in my early stages of my professional career. Even then, I knew I had something to share with an audience, but I didn’t know how. I was scared I would make a fool of myself. And I guess a little too proud to let my ego suffer a possible failure.
That’s when I met Florin. He is one of the core organizers of Codecamp and he also possesses this sometimes uncanny ability to encourage people to bring up the best in themselves and take action in doing what they want despite their conservation instincts. So he talked me into showing up for the next edition of the conference. And that’s how Responsive images in the wild was born.
Being part of this movement was one of the best things that happened to my professional career. It opened up roads I probably wouldn’t have explored on my own. I’ve grown to appreciate more the effort that goes into building a community like this over the years and organizing a conference. I’ve also had the chance to take all that knowledge and have my fair share of experiences organizing other conferences, building communities or putting together technical events. I couldn’t have done that without the proper context, without myself being part of a movement whose aim is to bring people together so they can share things.”
Read Vlad’s story here.