Today on the blog, I want to discuss my all-time favorite tools. In the past, I’ve talked about my daily drivers — the tools I use the most at a given time. These past tools have certainly become important to my productivity and overall well-being. However, some of these tools lose their importance over time.Continue reading “My All-Time Favorite Tools”
After having tried and failed to learn how to program for many years, I’ve finally found the learning path that works best for me. I’d like to share that path just in case anyone else out there is feeling the same way.
One of life’s greatest conflicts is between the arts and the sciences. The right brain and the left brain. The creatives and the technicals. In reality, no one thinks that one of these groups is inherently useless. But what’s the right mix? Honestly, it changes depending on what sort of project you’re looking at. AContinue reading “Creatives vs. Technicals: Which Should You Focus On?”
I wanted to talk about something that I noticed in both of my previous projects: the 100DaysofCode and Startup Challenge. It’s about the Bump. The bump goes something like this: you’ve decided to learn a new skill. As you always do, you check out the tutorials for it online. Things go veryContinue reading “Getting Past the Bump”
For the longest time, I’ve tried to code. From taking an AP Computer Science class in high school to trying to make a command line RPG in C++, I’ve always wanted to expand my knowledge of programming, understanding that it now plays a key role in our world. However, each time I’ve tried, I cameContinue reading “Five Takeaways from #100DaysofCode”