It’s That Time Again…Retrospectives
A Brief Highlight Of Retrospectives In Development So as I stated I wanted to wait to give an entire blog to retrospectives and the importance of having them after project completion. The purpose and intent in this meeting is to gather group members and go over things that went well…
Taking A Step Back
When times are tough… put it on pause! Now most everyone has some self-indication when it comes to realizing you’re just at your limits. Typically that comes with time, some trial and error, and let’s be honest your crash and burn moments (not realized until later). Throughout this process of…
Programming Languages To Learn In 2018
So for any of you making the journey and leap into becoming a junior developer should take a look into this article here. This article goes through the top languages 2018 detailing ease of learning, salary potential, popularity, etc. Despite which way you may lean with front-end or back-end development this may help make your decision for languages to lean into a little more heavily! I know it’s helped open my eyes into the weight that each of these hold, and hope they may give you some further insight as well!
19 Year Old Software Developer
Lydia Hallie Article Click here to find the link to an interesting take from a 19 year old blogger turned software developer! For any person looking to get into coding and become a Jr. developer should definitely check out this article from Lydia Hallie. She gives great insight and practices for anyone thinking about going into the realm of coding and ways to keep yourself healthy in the process! She breaks the stereotype when it comes to the image of coding in the dark room with boxes of fast food. Give it a read when you have a chance, I strongly encourage it!
Options upon options upon…options! Many of you might be wondering, why DigitalCrafts? Is it worth the time, energy, & money (stay tuned for the next 15 weeks to find out)? After I made the decision to switch careers and pursue a coding background I was left with more questions than…