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The String, Issue 6 - "Who The Heck Is J(a)son?"

This issue was originally published through The String, on September 30 2022. In today's issue of The String, I am going to unfuld the basics of JSON. Covering a general desciption, its popularity, and its syntax. The first time I heard about JSON, I wondered: "Who is this Jason

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The String, Issue 5 - "What Runs The World? CURL!"

Curl is the powerful command-line tool that takes the communication to another level.

The String, Issue 5 - "What Runs The World? CURL!"
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The String, Issue 4 - When Is It Time To Learn A Framework?

Learning a software framework is a balance between patience, practice and utility.

The String, Issue 4 - When Is It Time To Learn A Framework?
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The String, Issue 3 - The Bones, The Body & The Brain Of A Website

An organic analogy and exploration of the most common programming languages making up modern websites.

The String, Issue 3 - The Bones, The Body & The Brain Of A Website
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The String, Issue 2 - What Makes A Good Programming Language?

This post was originally published through 'The String' on September 2. I have been spending hours upon hours in twitter rabbit holes trying to understand which language to pick when I started my learning journey in tech. The key questions I asked myself were were pretty straight forward: How useful

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The String Issue 1 - Four Stages We Go Through To Become A Programmer

The four mental stages we all go through when learning to code.

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How To Upgrade To New Java Version Using IntelliJ

How to update your repository so that it is aligned with the latest Java version.Using IntelliJ as main tool.

How To Upgrade To New Java Version Using IntelliJ
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Find Your Rhythm

Work like a lion, sleep like a lion and find your rhythm of productivity.

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Two Separate Processes

We cannot analyse a problem while fixing it at the same time. Same goes for learning. Digesting and sharing are two separate processes.

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Speed Up By Slowing Down

Avoiding action addiction.

Speed Up By Slowing Down