Happy Monday y’all! ✌🏼 Tip of the week alert 🚨 .
Last week, I had a goal for myself: try to eliminate any complaints from my day-to-day. This was mainly because there was a lot going on which made me pretty much stressed and I wanted to change my mindset. Don’t get me wrong, I’m usually a very optimistic and cheerful person. However, sometimes focusing on the bright side gets lost among all the noise of what’s happening. .
So, instead of thinking that “I have so much studying to do”, I would catch myself doing that and correct myself that “I GET to learn about all this and grow intellectually”. Instead of “I am so busy all the time”, it’s “I GET to use my time productively in multiple things that I am passionate about”
And believe me when I say that being conscious about my mindset and how I am perceiving my day-to-day has done wonders! It has definitely made me more grateful and more willing to do what I’m doing at a time when my energy and motivation levels were dipping. I am still not 💯 complaint-free so it’s still a work in progress and I’m improving! What about you? How do you approach stress to have a healthy mindset? #womenwhocode#coding
Happy Monday everybody!
Comment “I” if you love them diagrams! 😁
Because I’m drawing more of them today!
Trust me I love it!
I can’t functions otherwise. 😅
You see, I’m a very visual person, so putting down my thoughts on paper or board in a flow type, allows me to see the big picture and organize what needs to be done much better!
Today I’m outlining the continuous integration process of a Wordpress site! With the help of @amitrathik , I think I can get a really good process in place!
I have always though that Wordpress was not meant for love websites/applications! But apparently, If set up right, it potentially can! Even websites like @techcrunch are built using Wordpress 😯!
So I’m just outlining a process that will have version control, proper checks, and multiple environments to deploy to!
Don’t know fully how it will work, but we will figure it out! 😁
We are very excited to participate in the event “Business analytics and data management” in Paris on October 23d, organized by La Chambre Économique du Mexique en France and @escpeurope
Our team in #Paris is ready to welcome you at the event!
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I got asked how I got started with coding so that's what I want to address in this post. Im going to try and keep it short 😉 When I was younger I always liked tinkering, installing different operating systems and Linux distros all the time, messing around with stuff in my os all the time and so on. But actual coding got interesting for me in about 8th oder 9th grade. We did some VERY basic coding in school but I realised that I'm actually interested in Android development. So I started learning the basics of java and so on but never actually started and powered through a hole project for some reason. I generally didn't code that much, I have so many other interests that hooked me more then coding did. So I just coded a little bit here and there over the years and tried different stuff (skipping a lot here to keep it short) but I never got completely hooked like some of my friends did. Then recently I realised. I'm not very good at coding, I have a great foundation but I really want to be better at coding. I also realised that you don't just get hooked on coding like that, you have to find a language you really like and a project which is enjoyable for you to work on, and that's when you get hooked and motivated. When my urge to take the next step and to actively work on getting better in coding grew, I started this challenge to somewhat force myself and give my self reason to keep going. If you want to hear this story in more detail (I skipped a lot of stuff) I may write a blog post about it as soon as I finish my blog. How did you get started with coding and computer science? I'm really interested to hear your stories 😊
Good evening, merhaba and selam to everyone 😋
I hope you doing well and enjoyed your Monday. By the way - happy happy Monday 😁 and a great start into the new week.
I was away the last days from Instagram. But a good friend have married 😁 and yeah, friendship is more prioritized.
But with the new week, I am full if energy to rock this week 😎
Maybe I can finish the course this week. But lets see how it's going.
So I wish everyone a good night and a beautiful Monday evening. Greet you all guys.
No one is born a master!
I want to push forward more. I have been standing still looking at where I want to be for a couple of months, but it’s time to start running at my goals again. I need to be learning and moving and growing again. I want to be selfish about my personal growth in these last months of 2018.
I’m hoping to start growing more in this space too. I’m so inspired by other young professionals on Instagram, I want to offer my knowledge and experience back to the community.
Always remember: you don’t have to wait until January to make a resolution.
🍃 Let's learn SPRING 5 in the autumn!!! New LEARNING MATERIALS are slowly cooking and this time one of the most popular java framework's is on the menu. 💁💚☕
💃 I love that exciting part of the year when whole nature is awakening from a winter's sleep and in this rainy morning I really felt that spring is just a state of mind aaaaaand here we go 😂 First, things first - I need to write few words about Spring as a framework.
🆒Spring makes it easy to create Java enterprise applications. It provides everything you need to embrace the Java language in an enterprise environment, with support for Groovy and Kotlin as alternative languages on the JVM, and with the flexibility to create many kinds of architectures depending on an application’s needs. .
📈 Why is Spring so popular? It bring a lot benefits: provides a very clean division between controllers, JavaBean models, and views, MVC is very flexible, intreceptors are provided as well as controllers, it has well defined interface to business layer and finally offers better integration with view technologies other than JSP (Velocity / XSLT / FreeMarker / XL etc.) etc.... 😂
🎓 How to get learning materials? Same as always, comment bellow this post that you are interested and I'm sending it to you in DM asap!!
ℹ NOTE: I am not the author of the materials. All materials are completly free on the web so all of you can afford it!
Always more content 💈
I searched for a spot where I could record videos and I think I've found a good one !
As I told you, I plan to back with some more content, and I'm actually setting it up.
A part of this will be about videos, I want to publish some videos on YouTube, mainly about topics you can give me or about my journey.
I also plan to publish some short videos, on my Facebook page only, like some weekly advices or tips about something, I think that Facebook is better for that type of content.
For the one who prefer reading, I will be back soon with blogs post too !
You can already follow me on Facebook or YouTube, the links are in my bio.
Also, let me know in comment what you want me to talk about in these videos ! ✨
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Day 29 of 365.
Read an article today about why using target="_blank" for anchor tags is a dangerous practice. In short, it's gives partial access to a 'window.opener' object of the source page. If the new page contains malicious code, it may make the source page navigate to a phishing website in the background without your notice. When the user tries to get back to the original site, a fake site may be shown instead.
To fix this behavior on your websites simply add 'rel="noopener noreferrer"' attribute to your anchor tags.
Have a great week!
And so SpriteKit learning has begun
I decided to jump into the game development side of iOS apps using apples own SpriteKit and GameplayKit! Starting out small with learning the functionality side of how sprites work and how objects are added and just overall how everything works. Still waiting on Apple to approve the TestFlight tho so can’t wait for that to be approved so I can get some tests done from external users then fix some bugs and export for the actual store and launch!
Back to game development, I plan on creating a game soon or starting one that I can launch sometime around the New Year or so, but for now we learn the basics and get to know how everything works
I’m very excited to see what I will learn! I plan on buying a Udemy course with many how to create games lessons
Do you enjoy iOS development or android development?