We ♥ Scratch! We were creating animations and sounds here. 💻
Scratch is a programming language and online community where children can program and share interactive media such as stories, games, and animation with people from all over the world.
It's great to get them into coding at this age!
Hoje começaram as aulas de Coding no Sistema Semi-Integral. Alunos do Year 3 ao Year 5 terão aulas de programação e aprenderão a linguagem digital que desenvolve múltiplas habilidades. #abaglobalschool#coding#edtech
I feel proud and privileged to be featured on the premiere episode of Koby and the Hustlers presented by @tamilculture I will be joining @koby4u talking all things entrepreneurship. My journey from a small village in Sri Lanka to setting up a coding academy in the UK. Make sure you check out the podcast on Thursday. Stay tuned!
Keeping your code clean is very important, maintaining a repository with different code styles is a pain, but sometimes it’s difficult to find how you should organize your code in express, because there are too many ways of doing it. Today i’ll provide you some tips on how to write a more readable code for your express application.
Consistency is the key to keep your code readable, you should always use linter to keep a track of bad indented code and errors, i suggest you to use eslint, there are plugins to easy integrate it on different text editors, this way you can define rules to your code, like indentation to 2 spaces or 4, if you are not familiar with code linters just use the standard configuration for eslint, you need to create a .eslintrc.json file in the root of your project, in the same folder as package.json… Go to https://community.4geeks.co/write-readable-code-express-js/ and know more about it.
This year we are celebrating our 10th anniversary and we've got some big news for you. Let's give a warm welcome to Major League! 👊⚾ See our latest post on Medium to get to know every detail about our new Business Unit focused on world-class software development services. Link in bio!
Inspired by a discussion with @kleversonmorais, let’s talk about the feeling of being overwhelmed by all the technology out there. This will happen whether you’re a beginner or senior dev. In either case accepting that this is inevitable, since the world we work in will always be changing, should help a little.
The other piece to handling this feeling is to keep track of what topics you discover that interest you. When you have time outside of your normal responsibilities, go through that list one by one and start with the use cases of the technology. Does that use case apply to you? Is it still interesting to you? If yes dig deeper and learn as much as you’d like about it. If not drop it and move on to the next one on your list.
It’s a slow process but I’ve found it to help deal with feeling overwhelmed. You may find that you take so long going through the list that a topic is no longer relevant. That’s good - just drop it now and it’s one less thing on your mind that you think you need to know more about.
Hope this helps. Have you been feeling overwhelmed by the amount of tech that’s available to us as devs? What are some of the ways you approached overcoming it? DM me or comment 👇. Tag a friend that’s been feeling this lately.