While I am not against relocating, it would have to be a strong enough opportunity to justify my wife leaving her job. Since that isn’t likely to happen with a junior role, I need to focus on what is available in my area.
With that in mind, I have decided to enroll in the Full Stack Techdegree program at Treehouse.
The big news from last week wasn’t just limited to my decision to specialize in JS. I also finished the Intermediate Algorithm Scripting section at freeCodeCamp (fCC).
There were twenty-one algorithms in total and it took me about a month to come up with solutions for them all. It felt like much longer than that.
Next on the fCC agenda is the Advanced Algorithm Scripting section but I plan to take those algorithms at a much slower pace.
When I started the intermediate algorithms my goal was to complete one per day. With the advanced algorithms, my goal will be one per week.
As interesting and helpful as these problems are to solve, I think there are other areas where my time is better spent (I’m looking at you Treehouse Techdegree).
You can find my solutions to all of the intermediate algorithms in this CodePen collection.
I also have a new series of articles where I break down the solutions from each of the Basic Algorithms from freeCodeCamp.
It’s like magic
Speaking of Treehouse, I am really close to finishing the Front End Web Development track.
The second to last section teaches you how to use the console. It really makes you feel like a programmer.
Working in the console feels like top secret spy stuff. pic.twitter.com/4Jwx1dQBCN
— DLV Programming (@DLVProgramming) March 10, 2018
Who needs an interface and a mouse? I can do things with just the keyboard!
Until next week…