It’s not just what you learn, but how you apply it. A mantra I’ve lived by my whole life. I’m one of those unusual cases in tech. I don’t have a Computer Science degree, as a matter of fact, I have an Art degree. To be specific, I have a degree in Photography. With that… Continue reading PyCon Australia!
A constant barrage of links. Each one vital for me to read but I can’t read them now. That’s where my little application I’ve written comes in. It’s also how I learned some very cheeky coding. Take a look at the source code: https://github.com/geekgirlbeta/linkapp The application allows a user to make a post with a… Continue reading Ding Ding Ding
In my ideal world I would have been making posts regularly but I don’t think any of us live in that world. The reality is that while I’ve been working on my projects things have come up. Life is not always something you can schedule or put off. Life just happened to me, in a… Continue reading Right. One… two… five!
The awesome thing about the tech community is that you don’t have to go it alone. While there are some super duper meanies out there, majority of the people you will come across are helpful and awesome. This is especially true when it comes Python. How great is that? Today you might be the person… Continue reading It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this, list of resources.
And we’re back. I’ve moved on to the next section in the Python class via Codecademy. Seeing how things are starting to come together and how all this information can be used is exciting. I wasn’t doing cartwheels over the Tip Calculator, but it did work as a great way to show practical application with… Continue reading Always look on the bright side of life.
Tech is not for everyone, I’ve been pretty clear about that. There are no magic classes on or off-line that will teach you all you need to know in a short amount of time, and also happen to be insanely easy. It takes time to learn how to program and to do it well. It’s… Continue reading Here We Go Again.