Posts tagged introduction
You are programmer that is sick of only doing class assignments and want to dabble with something that is closer to the real world? Well, this is the place for you my friend. This blog contains a video where we will go over both the theory and the practice of building your own API!
So you’re working on a project with another person or group of people for the first time, and you’re unsure of how to stay motivated or stay focused, what on earth do you do? Well there are multiple solutions to said issue, but we’ll be talking about a specific technique called pair programming.
If you don’t have experience with coding, you may be unsure on where to start with your web or mobile app ideas. Below are some tips that can help get you started.
Debugging is a fairly essential part of programming, and this post aims to give you a few general tools and strategies to help you debug effectively.
Did you know that there is a programming language that’s not only consistently enjoyable to use, but also amazingly productive—and which was the highest paying language according to the 2018 Stack Overflow developer survey? In this talk, Professor of the Practice and App Lab director Jeff Terrell introduces the programming language Clojure.
A few days ago, I gave a talk to participants of the 2019 UNC Makeathon about how to create a backend web service.
I gave a talk last fall titled ‘How to Build Your Killer App’ as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week. It was an overview of the entire process of building an app, intended for non-technical people who aren’t necessarily interested in learning how to code. I published my notes from the talk, which are a good read to understand the whole process and get pointers to additional resources.