Cohort #Unigoat had a week-long vacation to rest up after spending the last 2.5 weeks working with Rails. In case you’d like to see some examples of what we’ve been creating in class, here are two projects I contributed to: Unigoat Books (GitHub) This first Rails endeavor
Last week was a serious blur that ended with a working website. I’m still blinking because my eyes feel dry from the wind chill. Fwoooooooosh. Here are the tools we crammed into our coding repertoire in just five freakin days, along with some jumbled streams of consciousness. 1. Gemsets
Kay so we’ve been working on coding projects nonstop, which is partially why I haven’t been blogging. However, I did want to do a quick check in to talk about a surprising roadblock I hit. Yeah, I definitely learn languages better when I hear and say new concepts.
Scribbles. Loose scribbles. That’s really all my brain can process at the moment. I don’t think I can adequately organize my thoughts on my early Ada Developers Academy days into a very coherent blog post. So far, I’m absolutely loving my experience. I placed my hands on