• classes

    An interesting thing about object-oriented programming is that everything is an object and objects inherit characteristics from their parents and pass them on to their children. By organizing a set of objects this way, you can classify similar objects as well.

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  • enums

    Enumerables! it means that you’re able to count something one at a time. they’re sometimes referred as ruby’s most useful module (a bunch of methods packaged together)! arrays and hashes are really powerful, but more so because of they can get mixed in with enumerable methods. this adheres to the dry (“don’t repeat yourself”) principle; once methods are included in enumerable and included in array and hash classes, you can use those methods whenever you use collections (arrays and hashes)!

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  • security

    Enable multiple ways to authenticate who you are: phone, faceprint, and a long passphrase. Use these to log into a pass manager like 1Password or the like. Use a privacy-oriented browser like Brave. Utilize a VPN when on public WiFi.

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  • data

    Arrays and hashes are some of the most interesting data types in programming!

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  • styling

    As I’ve been learning how to make webpages, I’ve been required to utilize HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), the fundamental building blocks of a website. The idea is that the HTML provides all the content and the CSS provides all the styling.

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