Coding

  • 7 projects, 12 months - So originally I was planning to do a 12 projects, 12 months year-long project. I only had two ideas and one is a bigger one. Someone gave me the idea of doing sprints for it and develop it in different phases.
  • My first programming interview - I was looking for a new job and came across this company that creates data management systems for large companies. The company also focuses on helping the community and bettering their employees.
  • #Blogmas: What are CSS variables - I cam across the concept of CSS variables quite a while ago and it was a game changer. Utilizing this concept makes massive (and minor) color scheme changes.... which I do quite a bit.
  • Bertelsmann Scholarship: AI track - Last Friday I got an email saying I was awarded the Bertelsmann Technology Scholarship Challenge Course.
  • Hacktoberfest wrap-up: - Technically there's still four days left of Hacktoberfest so if you want to you can still join in!
  • Halfway point: October - This month I've been doing more than normal and I honestly have no clue how I'm balancing it all.
  • #Hacktoberfest 2019 - Every year Digital Ocean puts on a hackathon in October called Hacktoberfest and this year they are partnering with DEV.
  • Creating with Vue.js and Nuxt.js: The static sidebars - The past week or so I started to create the sidebars for my profile. Right now I'm mainly working on getting all the information done and looking semi-decent. 
  • Creating with Vue.js and Nuxt.js: Initial reaction - When I decided to create a personal portfolio website I spent probably more time than I needed to watching YouTube videos to decide whether I should attempt React again but at my own pace or use Angular or Vue.
  • I don’t know what I’m doing. - With this blog, with my social media, with anything really. I was originally going to make a short post explaining but then it became almost 600 words and no organization.
  • My Udacity Nanodegree Story - I just want to get it all down for myself looking back and anyone else who is thinking of taking the Udacity Front-End Nanodegree or anyone who is curious.
  • So you want to learn how to code? - I did go through one program completely there are plenty of other resources I used to supplement that learning as well as programs I went through before and some I plan to do coming up.
  • Phase One Recap: Google Developer Challenge Scholarship - I was accepted into phase two of the Google Developer Challenge Scholarship so I decided to talk about how I got into phase two and some tips for people who are learning coding.
  • What I’ve Done: April 2018 - April started out crazy busy and toward the end got a lot calmer. To the point where I got to do a lot of things I had been putting off and I had time to hang out with friends.
  • Things I learned in CIS - I probably learned the most practical skills in my Computer Information Science class out of all my classes this year. The teacher taught us JavaScript, but the lessons I learned from that can be carried over into other aspects of my life. These lessons may not have been about programming and the likes of that, […]