Fear is a powerful, compelling emotion.
Building a local tech community gave me an incredible opportunity to connect with others, while creating the kind of environment I always wanted to be a part of!
Lot of people ask what it means to “think like a programmer” means. Here are some traits of people who think programmatically!
If you’re disappointed in your coding progress, it’s usually based in unrealistic expectations. Here’s how to avoid putting yourself in that position!
First time posting on my home blog since 2017! Glorious day! Let’s talk about conference talk and accelerator cohort applications.
Creative days are the days where I just dump things from my brain, without editing. Here’s what I do to relax, focus, and let the creative juices flow.
This time may not seem enjoyable, but that’s because learning to code is hard. Add these items to your gratitude list. Have you ever fondly
Parsing the challenges of producing useful social content as a newbie web developer, and my efforts to overcome them I’ve been going through a tough time
Why Twitter followers can be your biggest fans, and how to build a powerful audience Ihad been on Twitter for nearly two years before I finally
We need your perspectives, now and forever This is going to be a “short” one. For those unfamiliar with my writing, a 4–5 minute read is
Personal responsibility is important, but there may be more to it. It’s a familiar picture. You’ve decided to learn to code. Eager and enthusiastic, you pick
Insights from one of Treehouse’s top 1% of students internationally Why I recommend Treehouse, specifically When I talk about when I first learned to code,
Learning to code doesn’t just happen at the keyboard Lately, I’ve been experimenting with different learning styles and brain hacks. While I have adapted naturally over
In WIWO (What I’m Working On), I discuss what languages and technologies I am currently learning using Treehouse, so you can follow along with another student learning
When teaching ourselves web development, it can be difficult at times to keep the momentum going. Life arises, things happen, and falling off the horse
The four ladder rungs every web development student climbs I’m primarily focusing on LVEC right now, and focusing on creating content for other self-taught web developers.
How to take exceptional notes while teaching yourself As self-taught students, we are becoming attuned to our learning strengths in a way that traditionally-taught students may
I started teaching myself web development nearly a year and a half ago (WOW!), and I’ve been stuck on a plateau for a while now.
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about my origins — mainly because I take a lot of it for granted, despite so much of my experience contributing
On the importance of reading others’ code, and how it can make you a better programmer.