Learning Frameworks


The past couple of weeks have been staggeringly busy for me.  I’ve been working on my group project (which is a store selling imaginary magical items.) . It was just in time for halloween.  Spooky.  I’ve gained a Python mentor, become closer with my Ada mentor, and been attending various meetups.  I find that the Puget Sound Python group is extremely fun and often have meetings near where I live.

In school, we’ve been continuing Rails and implementing OAuth.  This week was spent studying APIs and next week we will build one.

Today, I am at the Code Fellows working on my first Python framework, Django.  I’ve been playing with the idea of doing my capstone project in Flask.  The similarities between Rails and Django are astounding.  I appreciate my coursework and how the MVC was explained.  It has definitely helped to understand Django.  I finished my project about fifteen minutes ago.  She’s Coding set up this event and it is accessible to everyone.  The person sitting next to me has no coding experience and several other people are transitioning into different coding languages.  This event is for everyone mostly because of the plethora of helpful staff in every corner of the room.  I appreciate them answering questions and solving problems (even if it’s only that I forgot to save the document in my editor.) We deployed our blogs on Python Anywhere.

On another note, interviews are coming.  I’ve been trying to whiteboard like a mad person.  I have to thank my friend Sarah for inviting me to whiteboard with her.  It helped a lot.  I’m definitely a bit nervous about that.