Category Archives: learn-to-learn

Diversity – what’s in it for you?

You don’t want to feel guilty. You have no time and energy to waste on that. Guilt isn’t fun. Which is why all kind of diversity talk fails when it is based on the game of people who feel excluded … Continue reading

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Apprentice coder books: Apprenticeship Patterns, by Hoover and Oshineye, O’Reilly, 2009

You are not alone. What I mean is, if you are sometimes feeling lost and overwhelmed in the world of Computer Science, programming, web development and the alike, you are not the only one feeling that way. The problem is … Continue reading

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Computational models as life skill, the Bruce Schneier perspective

You have probably been running into the concept of the Model if you have anything to do with web development, or programming in general. We have our Model-View-Controller pattern, which I have mentioned when writing about web frameworks. But that’s … Continue reading

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MIT 600 part 2: variables are not boxes and healthy habits for programmers

Computer theory is a good way to relax. Computer theory containing sound thinking and healthy advice lets you relax at least two times – the first time as it clears your mind while you are studying. The second time when … Continue reading

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A 5 rule checklist for web developer internship survival

Finally I’m an intern! A web developing intern! So I’m learning the web and the development on one hand, but also how to be an intern, the best one I can be. Basically, the story is that about a year … Continue reading

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Learning to learn to program

Learning to program is not easy. Learning to learn to program is even harder. It’s easy to start learning, but even easier to get lost along the way. I have just written my first comment on the Coding Horror blog … Continue reading

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