2015 was an amazing year! Here are some of the highlights!
Image designed by Freepik 2014 was the year of self improvement for me. It was an iterative approach on improving myself, pivoting to become a Front End Engineer. I have succeeded in that goal. I went through bootcamps, created projects, interviewed at many different...
This is a follow up blog post about online programming bootcamps that I have been through. I noticed that my previous post - Why Thinkful - was generating a lot of views, so I guess people are interested in this topic. That post had become quite outdated and in this...
In my previous post, I talked about finding small projects to practice the concept you learned right away.
The next thing that needs to be done for skill acquisition is Simplify.
I tried to learn jQuery by myself several months ago from Code School, to no success. This post is a reflection and lessons learnt on my learning journey.
One of the main advantage of attending bootcamps are the idea of mentorship. At Thinkful, you are assigned a mentor, and have a weekly 30 minutes session using Google Hangout. What is the importance of it?
How did I choose Thinkful for my bootcamp? What was my thought process?
I guess before I dive into more technical aspect of my pivoting journey, I should define some of the common terms I will be using and also explain the reasonings behind my actions/decisions
I’m pivoting myself to become a Front End Software Engineer. Human-Computer Interaction had always been a passion of mine, however trying to learn by yourself is extremely difficult.