Here’s my latest retelling of my adventures, or mis-adventures, learning to code. I go through arguments, and am forced to do some experimentation.
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OK, so this was quicker than I expected! Take a look here at the latest article documenting my trial and tribulations with learning C# using the SoloApp.
The latest two articles documenting my progress learning C# are now available on Medium: Part 4d: Conditionals and Loops – Break & Continue, and Logical & Conditional Operators Part 4e: Conditionals and Loops – Basic Calculator I’ve started Part 5a – Methods, and will post it as soon as I’m done.
During my latest training session, I went through the fourth and fifth sections of the Conditionals and Loops lesson called the for loop and do-while loop, within the SoloLearn app. I wrote about it in my latest post on Medium, here.
During my next training session, I went through just the second and third sections of the Conditionals and Loops lesson called The Switch Statement and The While Loop, within the SoloLearn app. I wrote about it in my latest post on Medium, here.
During my next training session, I went through just the first section of the Conditionals and Loops lesson called The if-else Statement, within the SoloLearn app. I wrote about it in my latest post on Medium, here.
My commute continues as does my (Jedi) training. The Basic Concepts section of the C# Tutorial within the SoloLearn app has five more sections that I went through, and wrote about in my latest post on Medium here.
I’ve been on the “Learn to Code” train for a while now with at least one goal of being able to create tools for Autodesk’s Revit. It’s been bumpy but I’m finding my way. I’ve decided to document my journey on Medium. Please view my first three posts here: Learning to Code (and Learning how
I have a tendency to save a lot of articles to an app called Pocket for reading later, but then never getting around to reading them. Every once in a while, I get on this kick where I try to read 3 articles a day to catch-up on my list. To make this easier, I
I was recently asked about the other versions of Revit (oddly named “flavors”). Revit used to come in Architecture, MEP and Structure. Then, Autodesk put them all together in a single product called Revit One (that may have actually been the pre-release name), which include all three products in one. Eventually, the product was just