iOS Development, Journey, Lambda School, Swift

Lambda School – iOS Development Bootcamp – Week 3 & 4

By the end of this sprint I felt like I was walking on a nice paved street when all of a sudden I just fell into a hole and couldn't climb back up. Let me explain what happened. The sprint started off at a good pace we built on what we learned the previous two… Continue reading Lambda School – iOS Development Bootcamp – Week 3 & 4

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iOS Development – Perform Segue

I am a firm believer that to better understand something, you should try to explain it to others. So this is my attempt in explaining the perform segue function. I know the big picture of what it is and what it does, but the inner workings of it had me mystified.

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Lambda School – iOS Development Bootcamp – Week 1 & 2

If you are considering attending a bootcamp, Lambda in particular follow me as I blog about my experience there. I am doing the iOS development course and have just finished my first 2 weeks there. Read to find out how it went.

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Python Functions

Using a function is like writing separate smaller programs that we can then reuse over and over again. I will show you how to create your own python functions.

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Python Control Flow: Loops

Unlike humans who get bored easily, computers are great at repetitive tasks. They do them fast. We have to have an easier way of having a computer do a repetitive task instead of writing the same line of code over and over and over. We use loops to do this.

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Python Control Flow: Boolean Expressions for Conditions

Like comparison operators, Boolean Operators evaluate these expressions downs to a Boolean value. They help up achieve this by allowing us to create more complex conditional statements.

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Python Control Flow: Conditional Statements

Conditional Statements are used to break the linear code. We don't always want to have our code follow a straight lines we want to branch off based on a a condition. If the condition is true we want to go one way and if it's false it goes another way.