Crypto prices has been up 40% since last month and steadily holding, mostly due to the recent resurgence in the popularity of NFTs again.
Let’s talk about this new technology that lives on popular blockchain platforms such as Ethereum.
Non Fungible Tokens are unique tokens produced on a blockchain such as Ethereum. NFTs are essentially digital assets that can contain unique data such as photos, text, audio clips, gifs and other forms of data that aren’t too big on size.
Non fungible Tokens means that the tokens you are getting are unique compared to other Ethereuem coins where you can…
As some of you may know I’ve been building MERN app and I’ve been really enjoying Mongo Atlas as a developer and today I will get into What Atlas is and how you can start using it.
Mongo Atlas came out in 2016 and it gave us an effortless way of storing our Mongo Database in the cloud, rather than the traditional option of running a Database server on your own hardware, Mongo Atlas can also be run on a hybrid system where your Database is stored in the cloud and your own environment machine. …
I’ve been building an app with the MERN stack and this is my first time using a NoSQL database like MongoDB, It is quite different from my experience with SQL databases such as PostgreS and SQLite and in today’s article I will be breaking down the key differences and what are my thoughts on these database platforms.
The crypto market has seen a resurgence over the past few days. I think it’s due to Ethereum’s highly anticipated EIP 1559(Codename London) went live on block #12,965,000 which was Thursday, Aug 5th.
The EIP 1559 upgrades changes Ethereum’s PoW model drastically to help with network congestions since the Ethernet has seen a huge increase of network activity due to more users on the platform, also due to NFTs(Non Fungible Tokens)becoming widely popular over the past year.
The “London” hard fork also doubled the block size of Ether but aren’t using the extra space?
Prior to the EIP 1559 upgrade…
It has been one year since I’ve decided to learn how to code and today I will be writing about my journey from where I started and where I’m at today.
There has been many ups and downs along the way but ultimately, I’m glad I made that choice and how much I’ve learned.
I remember when I was seven years old, my uncle had come to visit and he saw how bored I was at my grandma’s house. He then asked me “You done with your homework?”, I replied with “You think grandma would let me sit around if…
A how-to guide on building out Pong with nothing but HTML,CSS and JS.
As I am a recent software graduate, I have been busy spending my time applying to jobs, networking and learning new technologies. This weekend I decided to do something fun and stay relatively productive to my job search so I built a pong game using vanilla JS and I had a BLAST doing it.
I documented the code from start to finish so I can share with my fellow devs that loves to game like I do and created this guide if you want to learn how…
Intro guide to using TS with React
As i’ve said before said before using typescript with pre-existing projects can be a hassle due to the need of going back through the whole app to declare typing but if you are a React dev like me, here’s a quick guide on using TypeScript with React.
This guide might not be for everyone since this is only for React developers but if you are a React dev and want to learn Typescript, you can check out my previous guide on typescript basics.
What you need to know about the upcoming Ethereum upgrade
As a coder and a blockchain enthusiast, I want to briefly write about the upcoming upgrades to the Ethereum network. If you are interested but don’t really know anything Blockchain, you can check out my previous post here if you want a quick explanation on Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies.
ETH 2.0 aka project “serenity” is a set of upgrades to the Ethereum network to make it more scalable, more secure and more energy efficient as well.
Currently Eth can only supports around 15 transactions per second which is already twice the…
Exploring TypeScript and why it’s popular.
As a recent Software Engineering graduate. I see more and more companies are seeking TypeScript experience on their job listing and today I will get into a brief explanation of what TypeScript is and why employees are seeking for TypeScript developers.
Visiting some must know Terminal Commands for Mac Developers
Welcome to another how to article! A lot of you guys are enjoying this format, so today I will go into my top 10 favorite terminal commands for Mac users.
As developers it’s becoming more and more user friendly as newer frameworks and programming languages are introduced every year but we cannot forget our trusty built in command line terminal.
Command: cd "path" or "path/subpath"
By default your terminal will open in your root directory. To change your directory, you simply use the cd command. …