Beginning of Specialization Course: Java & Spring

Today marks the first day in the specialization course with The Iron Yard. I have chosen to join the Back-End team because it appealed to my analytical side and I loved how strict Java was in programming. However, I was close to choosing the Front-End because I enjoyed designing websites. Why did I choose to... Continue Reading →

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Code Organization, Sequelize and PostgreSQL…and Huh?

Week 7 project, called Gabble turned out to be one of the most challenging and confusing projects I have encountered. The purpose of Gabble was to build a social network for students where it contains users, public messages, and likes. This required knowledge of forms, express, validation, session, middleware, Sequelize, and PostgreSQL. Why was it... Continue Reading →

Anaylzing with PostgresSQL

Yesterday's daily project was to analyze data with PostgreSQL using complex statements. First, we needed to download the sample dataset and import the data into our new database from Github that our instructor provided. Here was my first mistake--never click the "download" button on GitHub if the file size is more than 50mb. My browser... Continue Reading →

The title describes exactly what today is all about. The cohort is celebrating the halfway party and it's amazing to see how far we've come from day one. The more I thought about it, the more I realized just how much we actually processed all these new materials in just weeks and not years! I mean,... Continue Reading →

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