Tag: programming


8 Reasons Your Personal Site Should Be Built On the JAMstack

February 10, 2020 · 1 min read
A JAMstack isn’t a traditional tech stack where each letter is a specific technology — but rather a shift in design architecture. Here are eight reasons why you need to get on the JAM train and leave behind WordPress or whatever other site service you use.

Stop Using range() in Your Python for Loops

January 19, 2020 · 1 min read
If you want to properly keep track of the “index value” in a Python for loop, the answer is to make use of the enumerate() function, which will “count over” an iterable

How To Start Using .map() .filter() and .reduce()

December 9, 2019 · 1 min read
Reviewing my previously written code, I realized that 95% of the time when looping through strings or arrays I do one of the following: map a sequence of statements to each value, filter values that meet a specific criteria, or reduce the data set to a single aggregate value.