In the beginning, be it a line of code each morning, or a short blog post a week, start with the smallest step possible. By Michelle Sun (Software Engineer, Buffer) Recently, I have found myself scaling down consuming and scaling up on creating. The mobile era has brought to us unparamounted convenience in accessing information. [...]
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Hackbright Academy helped jumpstart me from a hobbyist to a web developer. By Michelle Sun (Alum, Hackbright Academy) 2012 has been a huge year in terms of personal and professional growth. On the professional front, I progressed significantly in pursuing my passion in products, from defining and building a product from scratch and selling it [...]
While it is easy to read and read about certain theories, it is important to apply the learnings to a tangible output. For programming, the best way is to make a project, be it a mobile app, a website or a patch to an open source project, which leads to the next step. By Michelle [...]
Programming is by no means an individual pilgrimage; seeing what others are working on and helping/getting help from others can make learning much more fun and rewarding. By Michelle Sun (Student, Hackbright Academy) It’s the beginning of Hackbright Academy, working on Python. There has been ups and downs, some days (and nights) of pure nightmares, [...]
Done is better than perfect. No matter for learning or winning, aim to finish. By Michelle Sun (Student, Hackbright Academy) Last weekend, I attended my first ever hackathon and with minimal expectation, had a blast out of it and learned loads. My team did not win, nor did most of us slept at the event, [...]