ReactJS 101 – Everything You Need to Know

Over the past few years, you may have come across ReactJS more, and more frequently. That’s not a coincidence: since the library was open sourced and released to the public in 2013, adoption of React has been increasing rapidly. It’s estimated that there are 1,365+ developers and 94,000+ websites that currently utilize ReactJS and this…

Ken Mazaika

Writing A Review That “Pays-It-Forward”

She wrote this post to help bootcamp students and graduates write more informative reviews to help out future students.  When you started your bootcamp research, chances are you began by comparing programs online. Maybe you read through reviews on a site like SwitchUp, browsed posts on Medium, or even reached out to alumni through social media.…

Mary Bergeron

12 Reasons Why ES6 is the future of JavaScript and Web Development

JavaScript is a pretty strange programming language. But it’s also pretty cool. Back in 2007, Jeff Atwood (founder of StackOverflow), made a case that JavaScript would become a bigger part of web development. Atwood coined the term “Atwood’s Law,” which states: Any application that can be written in JavaScript, will eventually be written in JavaScript. It’s…

Ken Mazaika