For my second project at Flatiron, I decided to make a journal app, utilizing the knowledge we had accumulated in our lessons over the past couple of weeks.
The core requirements of this project were the following:
has_manyrelationship and another model
belongs_tothe User model
In the beginning, I was completely lost as to where to…
Roughly a month and a half into my Software Engineering program at Flatiron, my classmates and I encountered our very first project of the course: building a Ruby gem that provides a CLI (Command Line Interface) to an external data source. Essentially, we were to choose an API (Application Programming Interface) of our own choice, extract data from it, and create a gem that would allow the user to interact with said data.
As Project Week was nearing closer and closer, my panic increased accordingly. “Which API do I choose?” “Oh my god, what if my code sucks?” “Can I…
I had just received my job offer from a company I interviewed with in Tokyo, Japan and my first semester of senior year at Carnegie Mellon University was nearing its end. With everything from GPA to mental health positively lined up, I was certain nothing could get in the way for my last semester. I was prepared to go out to Wine Wednesdays with my girlfriends and thoroughly enjoy myself at Spring Carnival (a 3-day event we all used as an excuse to get flat out drunk in broad daylight) without the constant and excessive worry over jobs and grades.
I’m a recent graduate from Carnegie Mellon University with a business degree, currently attending Flatiron School for Software Engineering!