WordPress Blog Revamp Plugins 2019

Revamping my blog was one of the first tasks after the #100DaysOfCode challenge. So here is a list of plug-ins I have compiled for my blog. First tasks we’re adding in things to possibly monetize my blog....eventually. So first things first I went over to Google AdSense to set up ads to be on my... Continue Reading →

#100DaysOfCode Challenge Completed!

Finally, the 100 days of code challenge has been completed! This experience has probably the most I have ever learned in a 100 day time period. I feel like its more than what I've learned in all 4 years of this broken public schooling system. I documented my whole journey in my blog and also... Continue Reading →

Day 96 MEAN Full Stack Review

Hello coders the same grind going on today of working and listening to the Node.js course from the beginning again. First of all a full stack developer is a developer who knows all the pieces of a software stack. They can build software by themselves if need be. This is the goal to become a... Continue Reading →

Day 93 Angular DOM Manipulation

Yesterday I learned about the MEAN stack, each of the technologies I have learned about except for Angular. First of all a conceptual aside, browsers are written in C++ code but have JavaScript engines embedded in them access to extra features. An interesting thought is how does the browser server know what to do with... Continue Reading →

Day 92 MEAN Stack

The MEAN stack is the most commonly used technology stack associated with Node.js. A stack is a combination of all technologies used to build software. For example a database system, your server side code, your client side code, and everything else. It is your choice to use any technology for a stack it is not... Continue Reading →

Day 91 MySQL & Mongoose Databases

Today’s topic was about databases and this starts with a conceptual aside. First of all a relational database are tables of data related to each other as the name suggests. By breaking apart each part of the data it is easier to call it without repeating. An example would be having a person object name... Continue Reading →

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