When I joined Atomic Object, one of the first books that I read was The Passionate Programmer by Chad Fowler. In this book, Fowler shares his collection of tips and tricks for becoming an exemplary programmer. As an entry-level software developer, I found many of these tips incredibly helpful, but the one that stuck with […]
I’ve had the chance to get my hands dirty in many different programming languages since I joined Atomic Object. As a kinesthetic learner, I look for opportunities to get hands-on experience with every language. This is how I discovered programming koans.
My first project at Atomic was a C#-based web application using Visual Studio. As time passed, I became familiar with many of the shortcuts and tools that Visual Studio provides to help with common development tasks. Whenever there was a section of code that I didn’t quite understand, I would use the debugging tools to […]
Having recently started at Atomic Object as part of its Atomic Accelerator Program, there’s a seemingly endless list of books to read and topics to learn about—all of which revolve around software development practices. Even though I am ecstatic to be learning so much about this subject, I worry I will not have time to […]