The Value of Mentorship When Learning to Code

  My story starts on a cold August day in 2016. It had been a rough day at work. That night, I had seen one of the most horrific scenes in my tenure in public service as an EMT. I sat thinking about how much inefficiency there is in EMS technology that contributes to a…

Elson Mathew

A Porthole Into the Ship of a New Programmer

With technology becoming more and more prevalent, the high demand for programmers and development skills has caused a lot of people to pursue a career as a developer for the wrong reasons. At the end of the day, if you’re motivated by the wrong reasons, it will become pretty obvious pretty quickly. You’ll hate yourself.…

Tate Price

Don’t Quit Coding Just Yet

As the new year kicks in, it’s normal for people to spend some time auditing the previous year. Each year end acts as a natural break and point for introspection, and the following question often arises: How has my life changed from January 1st, 2016 to January 1st, 2017? More importantly, asking yourself this question…

Ken Mazaika