With this post, I’ve submitted my final project for Flatiron School’s Software Engineering program.

This final project is a culmination of all that I’ve learned until now, and what better way to do it than to present it all in a good looking application.

I’ve learned a lot during the…

For my fourth Flatiron project, I was tasked with creating a single page application. Leveraging my new knowledge of Javascript coupled with my established familiarity with Ruby, I set out to create my application.

For this project, the possibilities were boundless. My search for examples to spark ideas showed me…

For our third portfolio project, we had to create a Rails application from scratch. Using my experience working in a restaurant years back, I decided to create a Point of Sale system that would streamline some of the communication issues we had between front and back of house.

Planning

When…

Sessions play a crucial part in making sure a user has a good experience when navigating an app. When a user opens a website, the site by itself will not remember who the user is. This is because the web uses HTTP, which means webpages do not retain information from…

For our phase 2 project, we had to create a content management system app using the Model-Views-Controller structure. I opted to make a robust project tracking system where a users can signup/login and create/edit projects with an associated price to them. …

Today marks the official end of phase 1 of my Flatiron journey, and the deadline for our first portfolio project. For this project, we had to create an app that would display data from an API or website in a user friendly way. I decided to take advantage of Datamuse’s…

Derek Le

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