- The school’s mission is to improve the human experience by modernizing education, accelerating career readiness, and increasing community engagement.
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- The QA process is a time for people to spot any glaring mistakes, spelling errors, broken links, mistakes in teachers notes, clarification on quiz questioning, and any other feedback.
- With QA there’s a few other things you should know.
- Those are the quirks of QA mode.
- Please use email to provide feedback.
- When in QA, we try to not talk about the course here on the Community forum until it’s officially released.
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Hi I’m Max, 27 and I became a Neos team member on the 5th July.
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- The Console is the window into the Finxact core banking system.
- Finxact is a contributing member of the Open API Initiative and building upon The OpenAPI Specification, formerly known as the Swagger Specification.
- The Finxact Core API is not ours – it belongs to the banking community.
- A contract with Finxact is a contract upheld by the community – not just one vendor.
- The Finxact API protects your investment, connects you to others, and future proofs your adaptability – so you can focus on being innovative.
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- So, almost every project I worked use MVC architecture, and when I started to work in some front end projects, using angular or react, I tend to structure my project’s folders and files thinking in MVC, using the same structure I would use in a backend project using RubyOnRails.Taking advantage that in my job team, at SumOne, we decided to organize some talks, I choose to do a talk about front end architecture so this would be an opportunity to learn.
- Besides the type based folder structure, that is similar to MVC structure folders and what I was used to, I found that most front end developers recommend a feature based folder structure to organize project’s code files.So, I did a small presentation and develop a sample project on github to show how a react project would like on each kind of folder structure: type based, feature based and mix based.
- For example, if you have a list feature, you would have the API file that make the request call to get items to list, action file that call API and return the answer to view and view file itself on the same folder.Lastly, you can use a mix based folder structure, organizing by feature first, and inside of each feature folder.
- This structure makes easy to find all code related to a feature, for example, if we have a search feature and want to change the api request for the search form, I just have to search for the api file on search feature folder.
- Following this mix based structure, if you have a large feature, that has a lot of code files, more than one api call, for example, you can organize files by type(API, Services, Actions, Views, Styles, …) inside the feature folder.
I am a developer since 2010, but only recently I started to work a little more with front end frameworks. I’ve worked a lot more with backend development, I have a lot more experience creating and…
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- Why Code Reviews are ImportantAh code reviews… That dreadful, tedious task that interrupts your focus and takes time away from meaningful work.
- I can’t count how many times my code has sat in PR (pull request, if you’re unfamiliar with git lingo), lonely and waiting for approval by my fellow developers.
- It’s understandable that people put off code review for the reasons I mentioned above and many more.As a junior developer (which I still am), I felt similarly towards code reviews.
- However what I didn’t understand at the time was that the code review was more for me than it was for them.This became clear to me while I was reviewing a PR from a senior developer one day.
- It’s hard to pick up on best practices on your own (at least I thought so), so being able to see how more experienced developers write components is a great way to learn how to write better code.Once I was able to see code reviews as a learning opportunity rather than a check on my coworkers’ code, I was able to gain a lot of value from them.
Ah code reviews… That dreadful, tedious task that interrupts your focus and takes time away from meaningful work. I can’t count how many times my code has sat in PR (pull request, if you’re…
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- Overall, Hack Like A Girl was a great event and it was tremendously valuable being a mentor for participating teams.
- Being a jury member was an incredible experience, with seven teams presenting their hacks.
- I recently had the opportunity to be a mentor at the Hack Like A Girl Hackathon .
- It was surprising to me that looking into a team’s source code was the last criteria option, and that team ratings varied when this occurred.
- The API briefing session was followed by a VR workshop using the Unity Framework, with a hands-on-hacking session available before teams became engrossed in their hacks.
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