Artist: me 🎨🙋🏻‍♂️

TL;DR: (⌘ + ↓) for the answers ✨ 👨🏻‍💻

The React Tic Tac Toe extras

TL;DR: Interviewing myself.

The morning after a blurry evening of AWS

TL;DR: Long struggle with understanding the web; Facebook/create-react-app; React.js is mysterious; Figured out S3; Website up and running!


  • July-ish, 2018: My brother raved to me about React.js and gave me a little space on his hobby website to practice HTML, CSS, and Javascript — the web-dev super basics. But his project was honestly too large, complex, and it was too difficult to really be able to learn and make my way around. And I started to do iOS programming for work so web-dev got put on the back burner.
  • 2010–2013-ish: During…

TL;DR: Task was to get a rounded rect behind some text, give it color, and bold the text. Consulted StackOverflow. Studied Apple’s Core Text Programming Guide and documentation.

Debug View Hierarchy

TL;DR: Incremental gains keep me motivated… in climbing and coding.


Screenshot: ©

TL;DR: Learned about dependency managers. Tried to use SnapKit. Spent 4 hours trying to fix an error that was caused by one line of code. Made my first storyboard-less UI.

What is CocoaPods?

Why am I curious about CocoaPods?

TL;DR: Feeling lost, got in trouble, now doing iOS tasks at work.

It’s never too late to learn something new!


Self Discovery: Digging deep into Xcode

TL;DR: Title says it all. No code specifics. Just a guy, lost at sea, knee-deep in tiny waves.

It’s been about a month now…

  • Do I carry on with HTML/CSS + some Javascript for Frontend web development stuff?
  • Do I focus on Javascript so I can understand other things like Node.js, Express.js, React.js?
  • Do…

TL;DR: Code-wiz friend suggested that I get familiar with “refactoring” AKA tidying up my code. It was fun and ended up learning about a new operator in the process… and even more the next day!

Sunday, July 1st, 2018

The instructions for “Fizz Buzz Cuckoo Clock”… ©CodeWars

TL;DR: Assorted notes from

“derek said they’re cooler now”

Kevin Wang

New School for Jazz '13. Climber. Started learning to code in Summer 2018 — +

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