- A man's fortunes changed for good with the help of the digital skills of HTML and CSS that he acquired
- @BowmanDev used to sleep in the back of his truck because he did not have a shelter to go to
- In the space of two years, he had enough money to buy himself a beautiful house
A man with the Twitter handle @BowmanDev has shown how learning some computer skills changed his life forever.
In a Twitter post on Saturday, November 28, the man shared two photos that showed how everything became better for him in two years.
The first photo showed a dirty-looking cramped sleeping compartment at the back of a truck where he started from, while the second frame showed a beautiful house that he bought.
@BowmanDev said that everything changed after he learned Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) programming languages.
See his tweet below:
Many Nigerians came under his tweets to tell him that he stays in a place where opportunities were available for his skill, adding that despite learning HTML, CSS, and more, situations still have not changed for them.
Below are some of the reactions:
"An average boy in Nigeria can code HTML and CSS but there are no opportunities."
"That's awesome. Can you give me any recommendations on where to learn or what to add to portfolio to be job ready?"
"Where I'm from. You'd be required to have extra knowledge on. JS PYTHON REACT MS Word, Excel, Power Point. Data Analysis, Human relations and how to run errands before you can enough to get this house"
"Understood. Where im from.. This house isnt all that expensive."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a lady bagged 2 degrees and presented them to her late father at his grave. A lady identified as Cristina Edwards has got people talking on social media after presenting two degrees she recently bagged to her late father at his grave.
The young lady with the Twitter handle @crissyedwardsJA shared photos of herself on the social media platform.
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