I've been thinking a lot about what separates great software from mediocre or bad software. Here is the clear differentiator I keep noticing time...
As I've been learning iOS development for the past few weeks, I've come to a cool realization about learning.
To learn iOS, I'm starting again with the very basic blocks of programming...
I have to admit, I'm not really big on reading programming books. However, with the right setup, it can be quiet enjoyable!
As I've been learning the very basics of Objective-C in the past few weeks (what a function is, how to write a "Hello World" program, if / else statements, etc), I found myself having this thought: "This is pretty easy, anyone can learn to code!".
One of the biggest concerns I hear from people who are interested in learning to code and doing a program like Dev Bootcamp is how costly it is. Figure out how to get the money!
I "finished" a project and I couldn't be more proud of myself :)
As I've been pairing with several Senior Software Engineers at work, I've noticed a pattern.
Last week, I got a chance to freelance as a Ruby on Rails developer for the first time. Here is what I learned...
Here is the side of Dev Bootcamp that nobody talks about.