Just last month, Codecademy was sold to Skillsoft for $525 million. Not too shabby, and entirely well-deserved if you ask me.
Let’s be real here: we live in an age where everyone and their dog seems to think they need the latest, most expensive gadgets to get anything done.
In this post, we’ll be talking about coding with a common integration pattern with an external API called a webhook.
During development you may sometimes notice you run a lot of commands to set up, build, test, and manage your project.
Boot.dev has been my side-project for the last couple of years now. Being a learning path for backend developers focused on quality over quantity, I knew early on that it needed to have a really tight feedback loop from students.
I’ve spent an unhealthy amount of time online over the course of my life, and in the last couple years I’ve been managing a Discord server for people who are learning computer science.
🔗 Why you need a coding community The one thing that every programmer has in common, whether they’ve only ever implemented a “Hello World” program or they’re considered a “senior” software engineer, is the need to continuously learn.
Because I’ve had several inquiries on this topic, I thought it would be interesting to publish some information on how the boot.
A while back I went through the interview process at a company I won’t name here.
It’s either a blessing or a curse when choosing to learn Python or C++ because there couldn’t be two more opposing languages to compare.
It’s hard finding good product people. That fact is really a tragedy because they are probably the most important part of any product-focused organization.
Coding challenges are a fun way to improve your coding quickly. When I started to learn coding in school, coding challenges were the furthest thing from my mind.
When I was just getting into coding, I was very disorganized. I would create a new text file in My Documents, work on it, never create a Git repository, accidentally delete it later, you get the idea.
If you’re like me, you wish all Git tags adhered to the Semantic Versioning standard. Unfortunately, Semver is just a convention, so Git tags can basically be any string of text.
Why was that adjustment to college classes so hard? Sitting through hours of lectures and PowerPoints can be challenging for even the most dedicated students.
In my full-time role at Nuvi, I’ve been lucky enough to work on a team where we’re able to push the boundaries in the natural language processing field.
🔗 And more importantly, how to choose the most popular coding language you should learn.
Software engineering continues to be one of the most lucrative career paths in the tech industry.
Coding languages, tools, and frameworks are in a constant state of flux, improvement, deprecation, and popularity swings.
Higher education had its problems before Covid-19. Now the crippling inefficiencies, backbreaking cost, and lack of alternatives are being forced into the spotlight.
The age of information is not what we all hoped it would be. We successfully digitized the majority of human knowledge, and we even made it freely accessible to most.
The science that deals with the description of the motion and interaction of subatomic particles is known as Quantum Mechanics.