Start a Dev Blog

Seriously, do it. Start blogging about what you’re working on, or something you find interesting. I’ll give you my perspective: I’m an in-house developer for a manufacturer. Most of the things I work on aren’t public-facing, so I can’t show them off to others. None of the code I write for my job is openContinue reading “Start a Dev Blog”

The Value of Leetcode

My day-to-day work doesn’t always involve interesting programming challenges. That’s the nature of this work – sometimes you’re building something grand, sometimes you’re sweeping the floor. Things like Project Euler and Leetcode have always been in the back of my mind. This week, I became determined to begin working my way through the problems foundContinue reading “The Value of Leetcode”

What I learned in my first year as a dev!

I have recently crossed the one-year mark as a professional software developer. I had a lot of assumptions about what it would be like and many of them were not all that too accurate. Here’s what I learned in one full year as a dev. Just ship the code What I would consider to beContinue reading “What I learned in my first year as a dev!”

The Browser as an IDE!

Tl;dr-The browser is capable of handling quite a bit of programming.-It’s easy to collaborate with people and sync across different machines.-Most online options allow you to choose any language you would like. You just got the bug to learn programming and you are wondering where to start (Or maybe you are a seasoned veteran thatContinue reading “The Browser as an IDE!”

You Probably Need a Project

For quite a while I didn’t have any programming-related side projects. This was a bit of a problem when I was presented with new opportunities because, invariably, I would be asked about what kind of work I could show off. This was difficult – everything I work on at my day job is proprietary andContinue reading “You Probably Need a Project”