Coding can be difficult and some issues can take hours to solve. Here are some of my tips for solving coding problems!
As 2020 comes to a close, I want to share some of the development technologies and frameworks that I’ve learned this past year. 2020 has indeed been a year like no other, but I was able to reclaim a lot of time and use it to further my development skillset. Here is some of what I learned.
My thoughts when I get a pull request with too many code changes! 😅😩🤦🏾♂️ When it has too many lines of code changed, a lack of description/context, or lack of single/clear focus, it might lead to a swift “LGTM (looks good to me)” and MERGED 😅.⠀
My birthday was this past week so I’ve been reflecting on the past year, and the progress I’ve made professionally. This was a big year for me as I shifted focus to stretching myself and my personal branding. Here's what I've done.
Y.A.G.N.I. “You Aren’t Gonna Need It” - It’s smart to plan and implement things for the future, but there is a line you can cross where you are doing too much.
I use a free push notification provider called OneSignal for all my apps and their API must have updated because I couldn’t register devices anymore after years of doing it the same way. Here's how I finally got it working. 😫😅
Do you perform and receive code reviews? 🕵🏾♂️ A code review is a development quality assurance activity in which one or more developers view the source code written by another developer. Here’s a code review checklist to start with:
No programmer has all 5 of these qualities/behaviors! Just a little humor; feel free to prove me wrong!
In addition to compensation from a traditional software development job, there are many ways to create additional streams of income as a software developer. Here are a few.