In this post I tell you all about my Raspberry Pi, Janet, and her current setup: the products I chose, the reasoning behind my selections, how much it all cost, and my thoughts so far.
If you’ve been asking yourself “What can I do?” or “How can I help?”, here are a few resources (with links!) to use as a jumping-off point. Now let’s make some freakin’ CHANGE.
My coding mentor is freakin’ awesome, and he’s taught me a TON. These are the top three lessons I find myself coming back to myself most often as well as sharing with the members of my cohort and other code learners. Grab a pen; you’ll want to take notes.
I have long considered myself an expert packer, but when I started having to pack for business trips, I really leveled up. If you’re looking for some pointers on how to pack for business travel, then you are in the right place.
Whether you’re a code newbie looking for a leg up or an OG in search of a refresher, here are five more learn-to-code resources to add to your bookmark bar. Pro tip: make a folder on your bookmark bar, and stay tuned here for even MORE resources!
I’m pulling back the curtain, spilling the tea, and taking you inside the minds and hearts of developers. It may sound silly, but I learned a lot from figuring out why dev memes are funny. Thanks to Instagram, I will NEVER forget that arrays start at 0.