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Resume

This article will talk about a basic resume structure and some tips on how to write one. This basic resume structure consists of education, skills, work experience/ Internships, and classes. This will help you create a basic resume and get you closer to your first interview and ultimately job!

Make sure to keep your resume on one page! No more! and No less! Not half a page! One page! Why one page? Well, recruiters only look at your resumes for about 20 seconds when they get them in their hand. If you go over one page they won’t look at…


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putmelike adulting101

This is a list of 21 things 21 people would’ve liked to have known before they graduated from college. So if you are about to graduate or are still in school this should prepare you for your near feature.

I wish I knew…

  1. Not to put pressure on myself when things didn’t happen when or how I wanted.
  2. How to market myself a bit better in an interview.
  3. That it’s ok to fail.
  4. Setup internet before you move into your apartment. Not all apartments come with internet!
  5. That most apartments are actually NOT furnished.
  6. That not all apartments have central air and some rooms…


Budgeting 101

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You finished college and got your first full-time job. What do you do with all this money?! Spend it all in random stuff I couldn’t afford back in college, Nick! No, then you will end up living paycheck to paycheck. Let’s talk about setting up a budget:

Getting started

What is a budget? A budget is a way to track your spending, it allows you to see where all your money is going and take control of it. The following is a basic budget to start with:

Basic Budget:

50% on monthly services — Maximum of money you want to spend on…


David, Lint, and DocumentationJs

David — Dependencies

Checks if your dependencies are up to date it is really easy to add, but when you add it. You need to give it a while for it to work also this is how you add it :

  • create an account at davidDM
  • You can use the mark down below to put your badges for your dependencies and devDependencies in your readme.md file
[![dependencies Status](https://david-dm.org/<userAccount>/<Repo>/status.svg)](https://david-dm.org/<userAccount>/<Repo>)
[![devDependencies Status](https://david-dm.org/<userAccount>/<Repo>/dev-status.svg)](https://david-dm.org/<userAccount>/<Repo>?type=dev)

link to current code

ESLINT

npx install-peerdeps --dev eslint-config-airbnb-base

.editorconfig

When you want to have eslint and want your editor to follow specific format it is really helpful to have an editorConfig so that your…


Mocha, CircleCI, Istanbul, and Coveralls.io

Mocha

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So we got our code working, but like all developers now we need to write tests! To avoid breaking the build! So for testing we are going to use Mocha! Lets install mocha

npm install --save-dev mocha

and to do our assertions we are going to be using chai

npm install --save-dev chai

now lets create our tests inside the test/ directory. create a file called index.js

To run our tests lets add the following in the "scripts" of package.json:

"test": "mocha --require babel-core/register"

To run do the following:

npm run test

Now your tests should be running!! woot…


Intro, Webpack, and publishing node module

What are node modules?

Node modules are the building blocks of Node.js. They are like legos that build upon each other. They allow developers to share code so they don’t re-invent the wheel.

What you will learn

  • How to create a basic node module that allows you to write ES6 code using webpack to convert it to ES5 code. This will enable your code to run in most versions of Node.js and in most browsers.
  • How to publish the node module to the npm package registry, so that anyone can reuse it in their project.
  • Mocha to write unit tests for your code to verify that you don’t…

Nicolas Botello

I like to write about tech, life lessons, and things that will help college students/grads. I am a lifetime learner, software engineer, and anime lover.

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