“Good things come to those who wait… greater things come to those who get off their ass and do anything to make it happen.”
I am a natural builder. Kind of like Bob the builder but I am Bill the builder. I started out my career as an Automotive paint and body guy, because I was fascinated by the import car scene. I loved it so much that I wanted to build custom cars and design them. I went to school for art, but decided to go for the hands on route. I am definitely a hand on type of guy. I was so motivated to learn everything about making prototype models, that I went out and got as much hands on experience as I could. I am now capable of building and designing models from a drawing or from scratch. I also have experience in graphic design and a little bit of product design. Now that I am older my focus has changed to the digital age and software development is my new focus.
What is Angular.js? When I first started learning web development I didn't really know what some of these frameworks are and what they do.
Yes I was a volunteer at the HTML5 Dev Conf. I only worked for about 2 hours in the morning to check people in and guide them to there lecture. After that I was able to enjoy the whole conferences.
So I have been reading a lot about API's and I am starting to understand why they are used. I am going to attempt to explain why an internal API is better for the long run in your application.
It's been over a month since I made this challenge to join Coding House Bootcamp. You learn a lot when you code every day, 14 hours a day.
What is an API? On the way to becoming a Web Developer I noticed one word that pops up everywhere I go. Whether it's a Meetup or a training event. I hear the word API.
I was going through a good tutorial I found on how to authentication with Node.js and Passport.js. Below is a link to the tutorial. It is very good but some things aren't up to date. So I am going to add some pieces to this tutorial so you don't get stuck.