This is actually my first post and to be honest, I am kinda excited to share this with you all.🤪
I took a really awesome course on Udemy that helped me a lot. Then, right after that, I took another one about Node.js/ Express, and MongoDB.
In my case, I learn by "doing". So, instead of following the same projects, I decided to create a basic CRUD application to apply what I have been learning.
The result: Journals
What I used/learned along with this project:
-CSS Framework (PaperCSS)
-Server-side Rendering (Pug)
-Node.js & Express.js
And so much more! 😯
What helped me:
- Create a plan (What I will learn first? And after that?)
- Followed concepts, not "Do what I Do" (Never followed the same project, always tried something different with the same concepts)
- “The best is the enemy of the good.” mindset!
About the number "3". I started to learn programming before but I gave up twice because I couldn't get everything at first. Stupid mistake!
Now, I will try. If that doesn't work, I will try another way. It doesn't matter if it is not the BEST way, but if it works, I will celebrate my small victory TODAY and improve TOMORROW!😌
That's all! I hope to be more around here!
PS 1: This was only for learning purposes.
PS 2: The list with things I didn't focus was way bigger (handling errors, security, authentication, etc...)
- If you try to create a post without one of the fields (First Name, Last Name, Title, or Text), it will return an error.