• 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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  • versioning

    I’ve been a huge fan of versioning for many years now. It all started when I was still in the business world and everyone traded documents and spreadsheets via email or at most on the network. One quarter, we had a major deliverable with an old spreadsheet that had a ton of links to other files and was handled by several people. Unfortunately, this quarter, it got corrupted one way or another… and we didn’t version!

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  • personality

    One of the things I really like about Dev Bootcamp versus others is that they emphasize a lot about the individual and self reflection.

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