August 6th, 2019
As someone who was born and raised in San Francisco, you would think that I have lived, breathed, and bathed in tech from when I first learned how to walk. Or taken coding classes since middle school - but nah...not really...actually, not all.
November 17th, 2018
Ahhh! I’m not too sure where to even begin, but I wanted to tell you all a bit about very first experience being a speaker and presenting at a conference. And yes I was nervous…very very nervous
July 18th, 2018
I’m sure many many developers have written about this but, I wanted to share some of the things that I learned during my first technical interview. These are more learnings that I have gained after reflecting a bit on what I think went well and perhaps what didn’t — not necessarily direct feedback from the interviewer.
July 4th, 2018
March 27th, 2018
I just had the experience of working with Chart.js while finishing up my final project for my coding bootcamp…and it was actually a lot more fun than I was expecting. Here are some key things to get you started with your charts!
March 6th, 2018
When first learning how to code…and even to this day — one of my biggest struggles was understanding the syntax — and how one function or method could be written in so many different ways. Although it’s quite intimidating, and it’s often based on the personal preference of the programmer…don’t be alarmed!
February 13th, 2018
Why I decided to learn how to program: In short…and as a small forewarning…this is a bit of a journey post — to share with you all why I decided to go become a software engineer.