Picture this moment; you’ve gone through a rigorous training, working 60 hours a week on coding for five months straight. You’ve built full stack applications using a Rails backend, and a React/Redux frontend. You’ve conquered the hills and valleys of learning to code, the frustration and the reward for it…

One of my favorite features of vanilla javascript is the event listener. It really encapsulates one the most intriguing parts of Javascript for me and that is user engagement. It’s the choose your own adventure for programming and it’s what really opens the door towards more interactive applications.

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I write this blog as I am rounding the corner of finishing 60% of the flatiron boot-camp. With every new stage of this curriculum, I feel my knowledge growing in ways that I didn’t realize were possible. Rails was a major breakthrough for me during this course. The amount of…

First of all, how cool of a name is that for a Ruby framework. Sinatra?! What would Frank think of this name? Anyway, I digress…

This was an exciting project for me. It finally felt like all the pieces were really coming together in terms of what we’ve learned so…

Daniel Gould

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