I'm Papuna Gagnidze, currently a DevOps engineer.
I decided to enroll in this course because I always had a curiosity for Lua, but I never had a chance to dive into the language and learn it in depth, even though I have used it to configure different tools in Linux.
So I felt this was the perfect opportunity for me to learn from the creator of Lua himself which I think was a once in a lifetime opportunity, and I'm very thankful for that.
The great outcome from this course, is that I had to switch roles, technologies, and programming languages frequently in my career, and I never felt an expert in any of the programming languages.
Now I understand, the behind the scenes of programming languages and how they work internally, I would say I'm more confident and it's just an amazing feeling.
I was also able to create my own programming language, which is the first programming language in Georgian, that has support for Georgian alphabets and keywords.
And one of the biggest and arguably the best universities in Georgia is interested in partnering with me to use that language to teach kids as a test project and see how it goes.
So, I can only say thank you and it was an amazing experience.