What are some things you wish you knew when you started programming? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Ken Mazaika, CTO, Co-founder & Mentor @ thefirehoseproject.com, on Quora: I wish I knew a ton stuff, but 27 things come to mind. Full disclosure: I put … Continue reading 27 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started Programming
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API vs. Library vs. SDK There’s a lot of different acronyms and frequently overlapping acronyms used in developer's world, and here I note the most common: API. An API (Application Programming Interface) is a set of protocols, functions and definitions for building software. Traditionally an API defined abstractions: expected inputs and outputs for software and was implemented … Continue reading What are API vs. Library vs. SDK
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A less-talked about part of the bootcamper’s journey is what happens after you graduate — when you’re searching for that six-figure developer position. < 3% of applications became offers I completed Hack Reactor in July 2016 and took almost 3 months before accepting an offer with Radius Intelligence. I applied to 291 companies, did 32 phone screens, 16 … Continue reading Attack your jobs after a coding bootcamp. Experience Par Excellence