Solving problems as an engineer is part of getting to a solution that works. And part getting to a solution that scales, accounts for edge cases or has minimal trade-offs or side effects.
While building my React & Redux project, I thought about how I can streamline how many functions and components I was using. An example being the game buttons. All buttons took in text as a prop and would need to fire off an action when clicked. If this was built without React, each button would […]
The Start of the Journey It’s hard to think that almost a year ago I was applying for a Nanodegree. I was not on the hunt for scholarships or looking to enroll in a bootcamp or nanodegree. I saw the opportunity on social media and almost did not apply. Afterall, I thought, I knew how […]
Pumpkins, spookiness and open-source, oh my!