Not everything is an object. When it comes to functional programming, it’s more
to do with the processes that get you from point A to point B than how data and
groups of business logic are structured.
19th Jul, 2022
6 min read
CSV is convenient. The likes of Excel, Google Docs, spreadsheet export
functions, and reporting applications all support CSV in some capacity. CSV
works well with large data sets and the major perk is that it can easily be
converted to other formats such as XML or JSON.
This is where
17th Feb, 2022
5 min read
It’s easy to fall into a habit of being comfortable. When it comes to coding, productivity can be improved in two ways — getting good at the language you’re working with or upgrading your environment and processes incrementally.
4th Jan, 2022
8 min read
We’ve all done it — but the question is, are you still coding it?
experience through another language. Many newbies and veteran developers
27th Oct, 2021
things running, we tend not to look back and see how we can make things better.
We move forward, onwards, and upwards — to the next project, ticket, and feature
release. We code tirelessly, recycling what
26th Jul, 2021
4 min read
5 steps to unravel messy, spaghetti and bolognese saucy code
The words ‘legacy code’ often conjures up the image of some ancient relic from a
bygone time where software development lived in water plans, clunky Java-based
interfaces, and strange creations that whispers I am old and riddled with
15th Jul, 2021
7 min read
more established programming languages like Java and the C-family — you’ve come
far and flourished to a point where there’s no denial that you’re here to stay.
You’re like the Harvard dropouts
14th Jul, 2021
Good code — it’s a debatable mystery that plagues developers from all
programming languages. It is often highly opinionated, vague, and at times
We all know we should write good code, but what exactly does it mean? Some say
to write as little code as possible. Others say to
13th Jul, 2021
3 ways you can concatenate strings together to form an output. Here's how they
Using the + Operator to concatenate strings
The + operator lets you add two numbers together, and also allows you to
concatenate two strings.
9th Jun, 2021
3 min read
them. Here is a short guide on how forEach() works, how to break out of a
forEach() loop, and what the alternatives to a forEach() loop are.
What is a forEach() loop?
A forEach() loop