When I first started learning programming, I wondered how other developers automated certain tasks on their computers.
Angular is a powerful front-end MVC framework. As I was building my front-end capstone at Nashville Software School (I wrote about it here), I wanted to integrate an
npm package into my Angular 1 app.
Software development is a team sport. Writing an entire code base as one person is surely convenient at times, but it is not realistic to be a lone developer writing the entire code base at a company.
I was scrolling through Twitter the other day and saw a post about an event going on called “Hacktoberfest.” Hacktoberfest rewards Github users who contribute to open-source projects during the month of October. The thought of making a contribution to an open-source project as a new developer sounded daunting, if not impossible.
During my last semester of college, a former professor of mine had recommended Andrew Hg’s Machine Learning course to me. I didn’t think much of it until a few months ago when I started at Nashville Software School. I enrolled in the class near the end of my first month at NSS, and I can say that I’m hooked on studying machine learning now.