Many people have asked me recently what my favorites resources for learning to code are. One of my favorites by far is Frontend Masters. I previously made a quick review of why I like it. P.S: I don’t do any affiliate fees. I do not any make money if you buy a Frontend Masters subscription. […]
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Do you feel like you’ve been taking tons of coding tutorials but not really building anything on your own? I wrote about this on freeCodeCamp today. As I’ve learned how to program, I struggled with this for a long time. I kept taking tutorials but didn’t actually know how to start building my own apps. […]
I answered this question on Quora last night. Imposter syndrome is something I’ve dealt with for a long time, and everyone has their own way of overcoming it. Whether you’re learning how to code or a new developer–do you feel imposter syndrome, and how do you deal with it? Leave a comment or email me […]
The basecs podcast is about computer science basics and based on Vaidehi Joshi’s base.cs blog series. Previously, I wrote down some notes on episode one. Notes on Ep 2: What is Encoding? In the first episode, Saron and Vaidehi go over binary. In this one, they go into what encoding is. One of the ways […]
I was recently watching one of Tyler McGinnis’s React tutorials and at the start he talked about a problem with online learning: “The fundamental problem with online learning is that you get this perception that you are learning something. You’re watching a tutorial and you’re feeling good and you’re like ‘Yeah I’m gonna get a raise, I’m […]
Over the weekend I reviewed some of Stephen Grider’s React and Node course, one that I took last year as I was transitioning from working mostly on the frontend to learning more about how backend development worked so I could work more across the stack. One of the things I liked most about Grider’s course […]