Herkese Merhaba nasılsınız.. Hi Guys...
Günler Cumartesi diyemeyeceğim bu postu yazarken pazar'a girmiş bulunuyorum..
Kutsal cumartesi gününüzü nasıl geçirdiniz acaba merak etmiyor değilim. Anlatıcak çok şeyleriniz varmı :) Benim çok Şeyim var bu kutsal cumartesi gününü dolu dolu geçirdim evet.
Maaş günü birde bugün :)
Neler yaptım Hemen kendime Java eğitim kitap takımı Ve algoritma geliştirme kitabı sipariş verdim Bu birinciydi..
İkinci olarak hemen eve gelip Bir kullanıcı giriş kodlaması yaptım yani öğrendim :) Bu kadar yeter herhalde bir cumartesi için Nasıl olsa yarın tatil değil.
Sabah 8 de kalkıp ingilizce kursuna gideceğim. Ve gelirgelmez bugün öğrendiklerimi tekrar edeceğim. Ve sonra Bütün öğrendiklerimi tekrar edeceğim. Zaten gece olmuş olacaktır muhtemelen. Ve yatıp gene sabah erken kalkıp işe gideceğiz. Hep True :) Ama instagramda storyde neler görüyorum neler .. Millet konserler cafeler sahiller arabayla boş boş gezmeler :)
Bu kadar paranız varsa Hayrına bana sıfır bir laptop alın yav benimki can çekişiyor 8 yıllık bilgisayar nefes almakta zorlanıyor :)
Javanın yaptıklarını gördükçe daha çok seviyor insan yani javaya başlamadan önce araştırıyordum neler yapılabilir diye hep -- ne yapılmazki yazıyordu inanmıyodum :) Daha yolun başında neler gördüm neler belkide daha 10% bile gelmemişimdir . Bu javayı 100% kullananların beynini ve algoritma yeteneklerini çok merak ediyorum .. Eğer nasıl beyne sahip olduklarını bilen varsa bana söylesin :) Herkese iyi günler bol Kodlamalar İyi haftasonları ... #html#html5#css3#css#web#webtasarım#webtasarim#webdesign#webdesigner#webdesigners#webdev#webdevelopers#webdeveloper#webdevelopment#programming#program#programmer#programmers#programador#cod#code#coder#coders#coding#codin#codinglife#coderlife#php#java
Validation before implementation is very important!
When building a new app or a new feature inside a software product. It is always recommended to create a wireframe design of the intended new product.
Following this method, you can quickly iterate over the features of your new product and validate their needs. It is also a great way to demonstrate the UX of the new app.
This is one of the steps we take before implementing a new feature at my startup. When needed, this method helps us change designs and feature sets very fast. After some quick iterations we then start the coding process. I personally like to use Adobe XD for my wireframe designs! #adobexd
▪️So I've realized that learning by doing is the best. Courses help a lot dont get me wrong but when you build things, you definetly learn waaay more. I've learned a lot of things by working with our school project. Once I'm done that project, I need to find something else to do. This project honestly made me realize how crucial it is to build, build and build. 🙏🏼
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“And there is one disconcerting thing about working with a computer – it's likely to talk back to you. You make some tiny mistake in your FORTRAN language – putting a letter in the wrong column, say, or omitting a comma – and the 360 comes to a screeching halt and prints out rude remarks, like "ILLEGAL FORMAT," or "UNKNOWN PROBLEM," or, if the man who wrote the program was really feeling nasty that morning, "WHAT'S THE MATTER STUPID? CAN'T YOU READ?" Everyone who uses a computer frequently has had, from time to time, a mad desire to attack the precocious abacus with an axe.” ― John Drury Clark, Ignition!: An informal history of liquid rocket propellants •
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Made a lot of progress on the behind the scenes processes. I've started integrating Redux and it's going great! I've got the timer and exercises rigged up separately. Next is to create the sessions. That's a big one but a development I'm excited to start working on. Then users and login will be next on the list, followed by themes, then fully customizable exercises with individual settings for time. Then I'm not sure what else to add.
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DID YOU KNOW? 💡
It’s expected that technology jobs will grow by 22%, by 2020. This includes web development, leading to over 1 million unfilled IT related jobs. That's totally mind-blowing, but unsurprising!
The fact that technology is a big part of almost everything we do these days, means we need to have an understanding of how code works, even if you don't think you do. Actually, every entrepreneur, blogger, designer, non coder, will find it extremely valuable to learn at the bare minimum - HTML & CSS.
But if you're thinking, "Why? when I can use Squarespace and Wix, why do I need to learn code? Hello, no coding background needed!". Yes, this is true! I've used them myself, and they're extremely easy and convenient to use! But this is also true - website builders have their limitations, and when you decide to grow your business, your website will grow with you, and those limitations become apparent, and irritating when you don't know how to fix it. 🤷
Learning code isn't just about building websites. HTML & CSS are the stepping stones to a vast career in coding. You don't want a career in coding? No worries, you still will benefit from learning this skill anyway! By not learning this, you are reducing your scope of expertise, especially as technology progresses. As an employee, this puts you in a vulnerable position, and as a business owner, you are reliant on a web developer for the most simplest of tasks. 🖱️
I am so passionate about teaching women how to code to simplify their lives, and feel empowered to take control. That's why I can't wait to launch my website where you will have access to many resources and tools to help you learn the art of coding. Stay tuned, it's coming. 💻
Hi, merhaba and selam 😇
I hope you are fine and doing great. And I hope you enjoyed your Saturday and the sun 😇
It was a beautiful day, the weather was perfect and I met some special persons 😇👌God thank 🙏🤲 But after all, let's dive into this project 😁every day is a great day, is a new day to start create yourself. Don't waste time, that's the key. Invest it on the important things ☝🏻 No one is born a master!
On becoming a better (a great) developer 👋 Learning everyday is exhilarating. Good times. ✨✨
* 🙏 Asking someone to mentor me was the best thing I could have ask for - you can spend so much time working the wrong way and then getting wrong or poor results - I just got started with trying to think harder about code architecture, even the CSS part, and ton of other stuff like reading the documentations very thoroughly ( getting there.. ) and making conscious extra effort of being tidier /stop being messy. Thinking twice before typing, stop rushing etc. Those things can get time to get used to doing, so make sure to practice them as much as you can on projects you do in your free time. 👍⌚
You do need external perspective on your way of doing things, - I didn't realize how much of it wasn't conducive. The bigger part is now to follow those advice through and making sure you don't repeat the same bad practices. But the most important part was still to get to see those habits, which I didn't notice much before, but had tangible negative effects. *
The difference between a bad, average and great developer is huge and is often made of small details - which will be executed if you have a more rigorous way of thinking.📐📏📐
Spending my weekend developing a personal project which demands me to practice the things I'm currently weak at. 🙌💪
What are your weekend plans? ✨✨✨Hugs 💛✨✨