In professional and personal projects you are going to need to manage different branches in your repo. This can be confusing and sometimes annoying because you may be switching quite frequently throughout the course of a sprint.
In this article, I will show you all the git commands you will need to successfully manage all of your branches in your project using git commands in your CLI.
How to Create a New Branch?
In order to create a new branch you will need to use the following command:
➜ ~ git checkout -b new-branch-name
you will have to add the…
So what is the problem exactly?
FizzBizz is a problem that asks you to write a program that prints numbers from 1 to 100, but for multiples of 3, write “Fizz,” and for multiples of 5, write “Buzz.” For numbers that are multiples of both 3 and 5, write “FizzBuzz.”
There are multiple ways to solve this problem, but I will share one way…
This is a beginner level tutorial on how to deploy a static site to Surge. This article assumes the reader has a basic knowledge of npm and familiarity with your computer terminal.
One of the first things I learned as a new developer is how to make an API call. We used an easy, straight to the point API called Dog API. It gave information on different breeds of dogs that we, in turn, created a useable dog breed application that allowed us to search dog breeds. Finding the right API for a project can be difficult with all the random API sites available to users. I am here to make your search a little bit easier with 6 API’s that are EASY TO USE and FUN for your next project.
You signed up for a Software Engineering Bootcamp in the middle of an international pandemic, and you are probably scouring Google, trying to find out exactly what to expect and how to prepare for an intensive Bootcamp course. Great news, I will give you ten solid tips in preparation for your pandemic Bootcamp.
Your classmates will be your most significant resource during your Bootcamp. Going into an immersive course with a “me against the world” attitude will not help you. Future employers will not care to know that you managed to get through the entire cohort without saying a word…