for those wondering ive been feeling ehh the past 5 days and have not been in the mood to code and just anything thats why no post also to be honest im starting to loose motavation to code idk why prob just wore myself out because im working on something that i havent shared and tbh i dont want to share it i just want to work on it and then relese it to the world as you know 99% of what i work on i make open source but this im not because i want it to belong to me and only me and also personal reasons also this prob will be the last project i do tbh cuz i want to work in tech just change positions because in my 8 years as a dev there are some people who are for lack of a better term jerks towards other devs and thats toxic and i cant be around that ill still code on the side but just my own stuff when i want and if i share it then i share it that simple otherwise i wanna do more than just code only cuz of the community granted there are alot of awesome people like @email@example.com and others but some people are total assholes sorry to say it that way but its true and has pushed me to go to other fields in tech as my bio says i love tech that comes from my heart but theres other stuff in tech that i love just as much as code so ill prob do that but ill also code so theres that as well so im not completely stop coding i still am just gonna shift a little
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Meet Ina and Mariam. Here's a little interview we did with them:
What's the best thing about @coderdojo ? "FIKA!"
Who helps you the most here: "We help each other"
Who is your favorite Scratch character? "The Cat!!!" they shouted in unison))
"It was a little darkish club atmosphere in Moszkva Cafe where it all started exactly 5 years ago but it was also warm enough to contribute to the coolness of the current CoderDojo Oradea, one of the most active and promising ones in the whole Romania!" - by Radu Ticiu
What Makes Programming Fun? 😔
Im an amateur programmer that can hardly create good programs. 😧
Im still no where from becoming a good programmer.😔
There are so many genuis programmers out in the world that sometimes i wanna give up on programming😢
Everything they make is 100 times better than mine.😣
But in reality there is something more important than proving to them that your better than others.😉
Whats important is you proving to yourself that you will succeed. Proving to yourself that you can do it. You gotta prove to yourself first.👊
I love this journy that i have set out for myself. The journy of creating things.😤
Progressing by step by step in the programming world. Learning has become a fun activity for me. Proving to myself that i can do it by taking step by step.Thats whats important.😇
This is my Twitter/WhatsApp clone project. It took me weeks and days but i finally got it working and compatible with other android phones. It doesnt have any really amazing functionality. However im pleased with what i learned and experienced.😙
What do you think? Do you think my mindset is wrong? Did you like my project?
Comment below and let me know 👇😖
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I present you my twitter clone application project.
This might look like like a boring simple application.
You might think "Whats the point in becoming a mobile developer
if your gonna make a simple application like that"
Well you might be right but this project has all the
right mindset hidden in it that makes the path of making a great application
like facebook , twitter and instagram!
As an amateur programmer i learned alot from this project and thanks to this project
i feel that i am becoming more closer to being a professional developer
I have become more prepared for the oppertunity that might come in the future.
But hey at the end of the day i created something and thats what matters the most.
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Yesterday I took part in a @coderdojo lesson and although took a bit of getting used to I managed it and understood the beginnings of python
Another scratch lesson ready to go for my students! I’m absolutely loving scratch 3 and I am using it in every lesson I can (Math, Geography, Irish) students are absolutely loving it and the addition of Computational Thinking into their curriculum is going down super well!!
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Working on this weeks Scratch lesson 🌑⭐️🚀
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✔️Day 1 : All about Variables in Java.
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Absolute Java fundamentals for everyone.
By @carmencodes_ - iOS programming is gaining popularity each day. To make the transition easier for you and save you the time you would spend writing certain components for your app, here are a few libraries that I think every iOS developer should know about! 👩🏻💻
✖️ Alomofire : When you want to abstract away and simplify networking in your app📱 Alamofire is the way to go. Alamofire is a HTTP networking library, built on top of NSURLSession and the Foundation URL Loading System. It nicely wraps networking mechanisms in an elegant and simple Swift interface.
✖️ SwiftyJSON: SwiftyJSON makes our life easier to deal with JSON data compared to the standard way of dealing with it. Optional unwrapping is handled automatically for you as well!
✖️ Masonry: A light-weight layout framework which makes creating iOS AutoLayout NSLayoutConstraints in code quick, readable and descriptive.
✖️ ObjectMapper: ObjectMapper helps you convert a JSON response into your model object, and vice versa. In other words, it helps you map JSON to objects, and objects back to JSON. Nested objects are supported as well.
✖️ CocoaLumberjack: CocoaLumberjack is a simple but powerful logging framework for all your logging needs. If you want to do more than NSLog or print, CocoaLumberjack can help. You can do remote logging, log to a local file, write to multiple loggers, and create different log levels.
✖️ SnapKit: SnapKit is an Auto Layout library that simplifies writing auto layout in code with a minimal amount of code needed without losing readability. It is type safe by design to help you avoid programming errors while coding your user interface.
These are only a few of them but I’m going to finish the list here so please share your thoughts 💭 and also suggestions if you know some better tool that saved you a lot of time in development 😉