Taking the month off

After I completed the full stake web dev boot camp (see my final project code) I decided to give myself a month off studying software development to explore a few other interests. I’d always kicked around the idea of doing some electronics, so I had a hunt around for some little starter projects to upskill… Continue reading Taking the month off

Sponsor me!

Did you know you can sponsor my study and contributions to open source projects? If I had my way that’s how I’d spend all my professionally time, but a dude’s got to eat right?! Any funds raised will go directly towards covering costs of study and/or contributions to the open web. The best part is… Continue reading Sponsor me!

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MongoDB and macOS Catalina

Like a good Apple nerd, I updated to the latest version of macOS Catalina. If you’re using older 32bit apps Catalina won’t run them. Thankfully, I wasn’t in that position, so I didn’t anticipate any issues. So young so innocent. As it turns out another chance in Catalina does affect my normal workflow. The change… Continue reading MongoDB and macOS Catalina

Coding on a plane… on an iPad

The project In my ongoing efforts to up my development game, I’m currently working on learning how to create an app that has user authentication. Adding authentication to the web app is completely new to me and as always, I’m time constrained. So, when I found myself in a plane on the runway for over… Continue reading Coding on a plane… on an iPad

Traversing folders

I always manage to forget the syntax for traversing folders. So for the recorded, this is how it’s done: / means drop back to the root folder then traverse from there. For example <img src=”/assets/images/banana.jpg” alt=”banana”> the images folder is at the root level ./ means start at the current working directory. In this example, <img src=”./images/banana.jpg” alt=”banana”> the… Continue reading Traversing folders