PILOT : A software developer’s journey and the amount of coffees consumed?

it can be bliss…

Although, blogging, has become something of the past and vlogging is something of the present, but we can all conclude that quality software content will always exceed; no matter which way it is presented..

To answer the question we must both look at each side and what they offer..

Blogging is text formatted mostly and is presented only on text..  they say if you can captivate someones attention for around 30 seconds on a web page that they will stay longer?…. is this true? comment below and tell me if you read up to this bit with a hashtag of #attentionSpan30Seconds. The lucky winner gets £5 to their PayPal account no question about it!

Vlogging is more video based and provides a transition of moving pictures. Visual form is more interesting, as it can lead to more creative paths and you can really see the flare of an individual. I think this is the reason that vlogging is a true winner. 

About me:

about me

Software software software…

My art of blogging may be different from what you normally consume. But that is okay, I guess the style of writing could be stemmed from consuming content that I naturally find interesting. Some of those is reading the biographies of billionaires, architectural design patterns for software,  SEO-related books (it’s awesome). Also, I’m a Casey Neistat fan too!

ASP.Net Core 2.0 Cross Platform Web Application Framework

Swiftly moving into the reason for writing this blog…

Intention

I’ve made an intention, which is to populate my personal blog which could be about anything to do with software; what I learn through reading; any architectural design pattern I come across (worth understanding and implementing): I’ll put it all up here maybe with examples (if you are lucky). From now on the goal is to just blog…

It is difficult to step foot into software developing, to be honest. Some of you computer science majors are finding it tough (the ones that usually skip class) and some are quite fluent. Programming is an art form and the more you program, the more you craft your art. 

Few reasons why I found software programming hard…

  • I came from a pure science background, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. 
  • I started university completely baffled at the idea of programming and its concepts
  • and just a lack of knowledge of computing in general as compared to those who took IT or Software classes in College – or ” in school “ for those of you living outside of England.

I thought I’d blog about software

After deciding whether to vlog or blog, I thought it’s easier with code related content to be on a blog layout. I can attach things directly to the topic I’ll be talking about, I can show code examples, and the list goes on…

There are 10 people in the world, those who can read BINARY and those who cannot.

Anonymous

I think the quote above, is important. You either understand computer science or you don’t. I like the idea of that because not everyone will be able to strive at it and that gives the people that do have the ability, to shine with their talent.

Here’s a book I’ve got a copy of (currently reading):

linkhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Adaptive-Code-principles-Developer-Practices/dp/1509302581/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_14_t_0?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=1XPWMC4WTS9Y6HN9YX4F

Definitely get this book, it is a must read. Gary Hall does a wonderful job.

Current software stack

I am currently using Microsoft’s tech stack. It’s pretty awesome. You can do some dynamic stuff when it comes to cross-platform, web-application development.

What do you code with? (comment your code stack)


Angular is a must when it comes to the front end framework, I guess most of you would argue that React is… to be honest, I don’t care. You pick a framework and you work with it.. don’t overcomplicate the small details, you’ll forever find yourself in a loop!

Code is Poetry


Catch you later!

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