As a developer, you’re always looking for answers to technical questions. Knowing where to look is important. There’s Stack Overflow, there’s W-3 Schools (which I like for its simplified solutions), and there are countless other resources to find solutions to tech issues. How often do you go to the docs? If you’re likely to spend… Continue reading Get Familiar With Getting Familiar With the Docs
As a CS degree student, I have learned a little bit about a broad mix of subjects. It has become evident that it’s common for a person to complete a technology degree without developing deep coding skills. The Capstone course is an opportunity to sink your teeth into a project and that’s good, but I,… Continue reading Go a Little Deep into Some Coding that Interests You
Like the rest of us, you have a curious nature. As a developer or an aspiring developer, you harness that curiosity and let it drive you to delve into the learning subjects that will help you. By remembering your curious nature, you can experience learning in the spirit of letting your thirsty sponge-mind absorb the… Continue reading Revisit Your Curious Nature to Inspire Your Learning
It’s a good idea to check your code by running it after just five or ten minutes of coding Pushing-up code changes in small pieces makes it easier to debug before committing and allows you to realize when you’re approaching something in the wrong way before you go to far down that road. It’s an… Continue reading The Good Habit of Coding in Small Iterations
Fight Procrastination: You know about it. This is just a reminder. Let’s talk about time management – again. We’ve all read about it and discussed its importance, but some of us (most of us, probably) underperform in this area because of human nature. Now, let’s revisit a simple time management concept and let our human… Continue reading The Importance of Regularly-scheduled Work Sessions When Working on a Project.
Everyone who is working toward a career in technology has an origin story about how they came to this endeavor. All of those stories must be interesting because they’re all about a path — an important path, in the scheme of things. I’ll tell you about how I ended up studying for a tech job.… Continue reading What Got Me Started In Software
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