Today, we are bringing you another interesting interview with an upcoming python programmer in Nigeria. The man sees as the future python programmer within few months of blogging experience he has already made names for himself. The future python programmer is Rapture Chijioke Godson the brain-box behind Cool Python Codes Blog.
Rapture Chijioke Godson, the future python programmer has a lot to say about himself, the experience so far and the blog. Enjoy the interview.
1. Good day Sir, please kindly introduce yourself to our community. (Education, State of origin, family background, business, project or whatever you would like us to know about you)
ANSWER: I am Rapture Chijioke Godson, a tech blogger, programmer and a Chemical Engineering student of the University of Port Harcourt.
I’m from Imo state, Nigeria but I have spent all my life in Port Harcourt, Rivers state. I love topics on entrepreneurship, Christianity, SEO, Email marketing, Social Media Marketing etc.
Am also a Redditor. For the moment, am doing my six-month internship.
2. Tell us about your startup, Python Programming?
ANSWER: Cool Python Codes started in my apartment at school last year, November 2016. It is a platform where I share what I have learned in Python programming. I also interview experts for them to share their insights on some Python-related topics.
3. How long have you been into it?
ANSWER: Well, just one year.
4. How did you get the idea for the Platform? What inspired it?
ANSWER: Whenever am through with my exam, I would play games and watch movies with my geek friend.
But my brother’s friend, when we are playing and watching movies, he would be on his system typing. He won’t join us to waste our time and this made me curious.
What the heck is this guy doing?
I asked him what he does and he said that he is a blogger.
This was my opportunity and I had to grab it. I wanted him to teach me and he did that willingly.
5. How did you choose the niche(s) that you have chosen to blog in?
ANSWER: My friend told me I need to blog in the area I am good at and that’s why I blog about Python programming.
6. Why did you start this blog? Money? Passion? Hobby?
ANSWER: I started my blog for many reasons.
First, blogging enables me to document my knowledge in Python programming. I still refer to my tutorials anytime I have challenges in a project.
I don’t only document my knowledge, but I learn more on a particular topic. A lot of programmers have corrected me in my tutorials.
For example, my last tutorial on Object-Oriented programming, I was criticized a lot. I was trying to make the tutorial simple for beginners which I didn’t achieve. Now, I have to go back to the drawing board which allows me to learn more and more.
Documenting my knowledge has been helpful to me and I suggest to everyone if you want to know more about a subject, blog about it.
My friend paid his tuition fees through blogging, so I intend making money and become influential through blogging.