With just one week left of my foundations bootcamp, I’ve been thinking a lot about where my next steps should take me. Continue reading Week Nine – Thinking Ahead
In the third week of my Foundations bootcamp course, I revisited some of the loops and data types that I had previously felt comfortable with and quickly realised that I was not as knowledgeable as I originally believed. Continue reading Week Eight – Powering Through
After a month, I now know that learning to code is not as easy as many people would have you believe. Continue reading Week Five – A Full Month Down
For various reasons, the fourth week of my year-long coding challenge has been slow, frustrating, and somewhat unproductive. Continue reading Week Four – Hitting The First Wall
As I mentioned previously, I have signed up to start studying on an intensive ‘Coding Foundations’ course as of next month. As a ‘foundations’ level course, there’s very little ‘required knowledge’ that I need to have before I begin, but that hasn’t stopped me from trying my best to learn as much as possible in the little amount of time I have left before it starts. Continue reading Week Three – SheCodes…or does she?
I’ve had a difficult and busy week. My pets got sick, my anniversary passed, work has been hectic and I haven’t been feeling my best, yet I’ve still managed to sit down and find time to code every single day. I may not have managed to meet my original goal of three coding hours per day, but even a few minutes is better than nothing at all…right? Continue reading Week Two – Learning How To Learn
Imagine you’re at a fork in the road, with two unknown paths before you. One path looks bumpy and difficult, with rocks and fallen branches littering the way. The other is pathed with grey stone and even has clear, explanatory signposts situated at various points along the route. Between them both is a lush, thick forest of trees that would make it extremely difficult to cross from one path to the other mid-way.
Which path do you take? Continue reading Week One – Functions and Variables and Scopes, Oh My!