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  • Am I Too Stupid to Learn Java?

    September 19, 2019

    Is Java easy to learn or am I just not good at programming? First of all, I think we can all agree: Awwww, muffin, no! Second, “99% of the time, when you’re running into problems…learning a programming language -especially Java- it’s normal for everybody and 99% of the time you just have to give yourself …

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  • You Have No Idea…

    September 19, 2019

    There is no better teacher of software development than the long term experience of building and refining a commercial app used by countless users. As we get older we have friends who get married and have children. Sometimes while hanging out, maybe while having drinks or dinner, you might ask them how parenthood is going …

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  • Workin’ 9 to 5…

    September 4, 2019

    How many hours a day should you spend learning code? ‘Eager beavers’ everywhere! Whether it be the gym, sweet/salty snacks, continuing education, or becoming the best damn Fortnite player in history, most of us tend to go ‘hard and fast’: that is to say we try to absorb as much as we can in as …

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  • More Than Dress to Impress…

    August 22, 2019

    How do you impress as a new developer? You just landed your first job as a programmer or a dev… Congratulations! Now how do you keep that job? We gotcha. First, read this. That’s a lot to remember, are you freaking out? No problem. All you really need to do is remember step 1 or …

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  • The [Jet]Brains of the Operation…

    August 22, 2019

    The state of the ‘developer ecosystem’ in 2019 by software development company of note: JetBrains. In the beginning of 2019, JetBrains -a software company whose tools are geared towards software developers and project managers- polled almost 7,000 developers to identify the State of the ‘developer ecosystem’. The resulting article can be found here, in all …

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