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Note: This is the first post in a series of blog posts I’m writing around OnDelta’s soft skill lectures. If you’re interested in learning more about the program, check out our website here.

Here’s a scenario: You and a group of your friends are sitting in a circle eating lunch in a cafe. In the midst of the conversation, one of your friends explains… “I think Justin dislikes me.” …

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A screenshot from class. We’re going over FB Ads.

The College Era

I set one goal for myself going into my freshman year of college at Purdue University:

I wanted to be self-reliant by the time I graduated.

As I was finishing up my freshman year, I knew that something had to change. I felt out of place because college was not where my heart was.

I wanted to make something, and college wasn’t scratching that itch.

A few months before starting my sophomore year, one of my friends invited me to come to a weekend conference for the Thiel Fellowship.

It was an eye-opening experience.

During this weekend I met a community of people that were forging their path without a college degree. …

By: Mehak Vohra

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While working on a project, I wanted to use GraphQL to query my Firebase Realtime Database. After a few hours I finally figured it out, so I thought I’d share since there doesn’t seem to be much online about this.

This guide assumes you have a basic background in Node, GraphQL, Firebase, and using a CLI.

Table of Contents:
Setting Up Your Firebase Project
2. Creating Your Server
3. Making Your Schema
4. Start Mapping Through Your JSON Object
5. Create Your Converting Function
6. Finish Mapping and Run

Setting Up Your Firebase Project

To get started, let’s set up your Firebase project. This is where you will house all of your data for your web app. …


Mehak Vohra

CEO of OnDelta | On a mission to create the next generation of marketers.

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