Hi, I'm Dayren, but most people call me Darren. 🙃This is wrong. Don't be like most people.
I work as a Technical Publisher Support Specialist at WarnerMedia.
Good question. I'm responsible for ensuring ad slots appear on our Entertainment websites, mobile and connected devices apps. In my day-to-day, I use FreeWheel, Google Ad Manager, and Charles to troubleshoot when our digital ads aren't appearing.
I learned how to code during my senior year of college. I took an intro to programming class which gave me the foundational knowledge I needed to be able to pursue coding as a career. No, I'm not a 'professional' developer *yet*, but I'm working towards that goal every day.
I've had the privilege of presenting "Breaking into Tech: How I did it and things I'd do differently" at ReactATL and Women Who Code Front-End webinar. In my talk, I discuss how I got into coding, the pitfalls I overcame, and what mistakes to avoid when learning how to code.