Year: 2019

DIY Web Development
Programming
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Filtering with GraphQL and Prisma: What NOT to Do

 

 Filtering with GraphQL and Prisma was a big learning experience so I want to focus this article on GraphQL and Prisma. But first, let me walk you through the stack I have been working with in the past months. I have been working with React, Apollo, GraphQL, and Prisma. Learning these four layers of programming […]

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Life Passing By
Programming

5 Reasons Why Women Should Consider Web Development

 

 The internet is one of the most critical networks humans have invented until now. You do not need to be in an exact location to be able to write, read, listen to, and see information or digital products that come from different parts of the world, which is fascinating. That’s why women in web development […]

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Programming
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HTML Tag Nesting

 

 Hello, Fellow Readers! 👋 In the article HTML for Beginners (Spanish version here), we learned that the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is a language for web documents. Also, HTML has a tag structure that denotes elements on the web document, and we even saw how HTML tags look on the browser. In the article HTML Tag […]

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My First Year Writing Code

 

 I turned one year of writing code full time sometime in the 31 days of August that just recently ended. Honestly, I cannot believe how fast time has gone by. I remember reading different articles from programmers about their first years of writing code, and be thinking: “When I turn my first year of coding […]

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HTML Tag Attributes

 

 HTML tag attributes in programming languages behave similarly to adjectives and adverbs in the English language. English uses adjectives and adverbs to describe subjects and verbs, respectively. Tag attributes provide additional information on how the element behaves or its configuration. There are two types of tag attributes: Global Attributes and Element-Specific Attributes. Even though their […]

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HTML for Beginners

 

 HTML for beginners is the first of multiple articles dedicated to Html basics. The writings include topics such as the concept’s general definition and creating a web page with styles. The goal is to help beginners learn about Html. There is a Spanish version of this article here. Also, the other pieces from this Html […]

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Practice Problem Solving for Web Development without Code

 

 If you are deciding that making a career change into web development is your next move, you have probably researched the soft skills that you will need. Doing a quick Google search on soft skills for programming you will find problem-solving as one of the skills often listed. Let’s make three exercises using everyday tasks […]

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Industrial Engineering and Web Development

 

 A frequent question I get asked when I talk about my career change from industrial engineering to web development is: “Is your Industrial Engineering knowledge useful for Web Development?” To be honest, I also asked myself that question before leaping and switched careers. But the more I learn about programming web-based products, the more I […]

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Programming Language: The General Parts

 

 Programmers are writers for computers using a programming language. They write lists of instructions. Computers read and follow the lists but they do not rationalize the given instructions. Computers just follow instructions without question. A computer understands Binary Code which consists of only 0’s and 1’s. That is the only thing that the computer reads. […]

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Resources for Newbie Web Coders

 

 I have spent long hours searching, reading, hearing, and viewing free tutorials. So, I am listing all the Front-End web development resources for newbie coders that I have used to learn HTML, CSS, Javascript, ReactJS and AngularJS. I will be updating the list when I continue to find resources that have been helpful a couple […]

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