My first dev job was front-end at LendingTree. I knew some stuff, but not everything ...
Let's talk about some good habits to form when organizing the code of your personal projects. This post is aimed at code newbies who have never worked in a team environment before. I want to share some of the strategies for source control you might learn when you work on a well-functioning team, on a … Continue reading From Dev to Production, Git and GitHub Good Practices
Actually getting interviews for your first software developer job can be hard. Here's some advice based on how I did it.
I'm not going to rehash any of the billions of web pages out there about Java. I just want to summarize some of my thoughts on it. I am about to start a new job that will be much more focused on Java. My previous work as a software developer has been almost exclusively focused … Continue reading About Java, Should I Learn Java?, 2019
This is a continuation of my post https://adamcross.blog/2019/07/12/creating-the-drop-app-composed-react-logical-layers/ where I discussed one of my React apps, "Drop". Here I want to talk further about some of the internal logic and how it relates to switching over to Redux. To understand the topic of this post, you need to understand a tiny bit about how the … Continue reading React, Redux, Unnecessary Rendering, and Computed Values