The command line is a basic necessity for any developer and I’ve gotten fairly comfortable with it since I started learning how to code. Here are some of my favorite tips about it.
There’s a lot involved to get up and running with a new dev environment! Here are some of the steps I took to be able to keep coding while traveling with a temp laptop.
Verdict on CSS Grid...it is awesome! This episode is about what I learned after digging in to the syntax and how you can learn it as well.
Working with data is one of the most important aspects of development. This week I got an intro to relational databases, and here's what I learned.
This week I realized I didn't know as much as I thought I did about Node.js, so back to the basics.
The more you write code, the more you realize the importance of choosing good names for your functions and variables. In this episode I discuss a few best practices I've picked up so far.
The Programmer 101 series answers the questions all new coders might ask themselves. Today we're demystifying a common programming acronym.
The Programmer 101 series answers the questions all new coders might ask themselves. Today we're shedding some light on the great text editor debate.
The Programmer 101 series answers the questions all new coders might ask themselves. Today we're differentiating between different types of web developers.
The Programmer 101 series answers the questions all new coders might ask themselves. Today we're clearing up some job title terms that sound quite similar!
This week I saw just how beneficial it is to practice every day, and more importantly, to practice well. How can we apply this to learning to code?
Picking up from last week, this episode shares some of the options you can try for hosting a full blown web app, so you can show off your work when you're learning to code.
Once you've learned a bit of code, you want to show it off! Here are some of the options you can try for hosting a static website.
Finally starting to understand backend programming and how it all comes together with the front end! Since it's still pretty new to me, here's an explanation in the simplest terms possible.
With an endless list of programming languages and topics to try & master, it can be tempting to try to learn more than one language at a time. In this episode I explain why I think that's a bad idea!
Continuing the Learn To Code series, today's episode is all about mobile apps.
Teaching someone else to code is a great way to enhance your learning, even if you're not too far from being a beginner yourself. In this episode I'll talk about why, and how you can give it a try.
If you're new to programming you will undoubtedly come across GitHub & Git pretty early on. This episode describes the difference between the two, and explains how you'll use both.
I've just completed my first project where I call an API to randomly generate an inspiring quote, and this episode is all about how I did it.
The Learn To Code series continues in this episode, as we talk about joining local coding groups!
Some ways you can learn to code online if you're ready to shell out some cash. This is the third episode of my Learn to Code how-to series.
Continuing the learn to code series, in this episode I'll go deeper into how you can learn to code online, for FREE!
An overview of the different types of learn-to-code resources I've found out there. From apps to use when you're bored to full-time study programs, there are a lot of options!
In this episode I'll help you figure out where to start once you've decided to learn to code or be a programmer.