The first step in solving a problem, is understanding what that problem is, and identifying the features necessary to solve that problem.
Part 2 in the "Moving Past Tutorials Series".
Okay, ya'll I did a thing
this should be the description for all wedding dresses.
Winning a @DCFemTech@twitter.com award last year was a huge boost to my confidence, it was so awesome to be recognized for the work I was doing in the tech community.
Now's your chance to put a spotlight on other awesome DC area women in code, design, and data.
No plaintext passwords was always one of the first things we taught students about auth at @GA@twitter.com.
Be better Facebook 🤦♀️
This definitely goes in my list of favorite speaking pics. From @VueVixensDC@twitter.com last night! https://www.instagram.com/p/BvSMyqVhWpi/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=29rutw69ys7n
I now have three beginner-guide tutorials:
- @firstname.lastname@example.org https://dev.to/aspittel/a-complete-beginners-guide-to-vue-422n
- @email@example.com https://dev.to/aspittel/a-complete-beginners-guide-to-react-2cl6
What beginner's guide would you like to see me write next?
I love @firstname.lastname@example.org because it has a lower learning curve than a lot of other frameworks.
If you're looking to get started with it, I wrote a #CodeNewbie friendly beginners guide!
Hi. I didn't understand linked lists in college. Now my blog post is on the front page of google when you search for them. Blogging is cool.
Bonus: data visualization inspo
I'm teaching a intro to Python and data science class right now, and here are some resources I shared for finding data sets.
Any other faves?
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