About 2 weeks ago I published my very first website. It was a lot of fun, I learned a bunch of new things, and I want to share my experience with you.
Random Words in Posts to Come
I’m taking a page out of the book of a good friend of mine. Each time I write a new post, it will have a random word in it, generated by an online random word generator. It will be disguised as best as I can, so it won’t necessarily be easy to find. Leave a comment on the post with what you think the random word was, but no begging for the answer! By the way, this post contains a random word, too!
Have you ever wondered what makes up a web page? It’s called HTML, and it’s something that everyone should know about. Continue reading
Most smaller high schools, including the one I went to, have little to offer in the way of computer science and programming. The closest thing to programming my high school offered was an introduction to HTML. Why is this, and how can we fix education so there is a greater emphasis on computer science?
In Part 1 of the Introduction to C# series, we create our first program in C#. We will write a Console Application and learn about some basic Input/Output through the console.
If you’re like me, you always keep an eye out for ways to improve your skills. This week, I spent several hours learning about CSS best practices and found some neat features I just had to share with you!
Hi guys! Just wanted to let you know that Part 1 of the Introduction to C# series will be released tomorrow, March 14! Stay tuned and I hope you enjoy!
It is often said that communication is key to making a marriage successful. Without communication, goals are not aligned, there are more misunderstandings, feelings are hurt, and the lack of harmony that results from a lack of communication can ruin the marriage. In software development, similar problems can arise if there is a lack of communication among team members, although they may not be quite so dire.
Today we embark on our first tutorial series, Introduction to C#. C# (pronounced C Sharp) is a wonderful language from the .NET framework, Microsoft’s main collection of programming languages. Continue reading
As a budding software developer, I am afflicted by a condition I have dubbed “Beginner’s Arrogance.” I sometimes look at other software applications and say, “I could make something that works better than this.” Maybe there is a design flaw I think I can fix, or some functionality I believe I can make more efficient. Whatever the problem is with the program, I often tell myself I could do it better. And maybe that’s true occasionally. But usually, I forget two important things. Continue reading