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Making a Cash Register with JavaScript

03 Jan 2019 | programming

I’ve been working through the curriculum at Free Code Camp to learn front end development. Since I already know some HTML and CSS, I spent the majority of my time learning JavaScript. This post is about the solution for last challenge of the JavaScript section, Cash Register.

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Taking Programming Notes with Github

13 Dec 2018 | technology

I used to take programming notes with pen and paper. It was helpful in the beginning because it forced me to focus on the code so I can write it down. The drawback is that it’s really slow and sometimes the code can go over several pages. Trust me, flipping through pages of code is not fun.

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Jekyll Static Blog with Github Pages

28 Nov 2018 | web

For the past couple weeks I’ve been looking for a new host for my websites. My hosting plan with NameCheap expired last week so I’ve been shopping around to find a better host. Initially I considered renewing the hosting plan again since it’s only $38.88 per year, plus $8.88 for the SSL certificate, and $13.16 for the domain name. But I decided against it because if I just renew my hosting plan, I would just end up using WordPress again. There’s nothing wrong with using WordPress but I would not learn anything new from it.

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Identity and Craftsmanship

27 Oct 2018 | rants

A thought came to me in such a force that I felt the need to express it. There were times before when I had an idea in my mind, only to push it back because it was not a good time for me to put it down. These first few lines I put down are just reminder to myself of the thought before I fail to catch the tail end of it.

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