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Angelika Jarosz

I love to create responsive data driven web apps with intuitive user experiences. When not writing code, I spend my time immersed in dance, aerial arts, and learning spoken languages.

Education

City College of New York - B.A. in Advertising and Public Relations

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Let's build a responsive navbar and hamburger menu using HTML, CSS, and Javascript.

This is a cool solution i just tried out in my own code! Than...

Writing a Django Data Migration with Real World Example

Thanks! Will definitely look into this package when i get a...

React Hooks: Making Function Components Stateful

Thank you! I'm working on a project now using hooks and rea...

How to use the spread and rest operator

This is great! Thanks for the mention : )

A Guide to Rest and Spread: Part 2

Thank you! Glad you found it easy to understand : )

A Guide to Rest and Spread: Part 2

Thanks for reading!

A Guide to Rest and Spread: Part 2

Thank you!

Why do you teach?

I like to share knowledge because everyone has a sightly di...

Tired of Guessing What 'this' Is Referring To?

Definitely! I might add some if/when i have the time this w...

Tired of Guessing What 'this' Is Referring To?

Thank you!

Tired of Guessing What 'this' Is Referring To?

Introducing less complexity is always great! I do think its...

Which editor do you use when opening files like .bash_profile, etc?

Vim, but i also use vim as my regular editor.

You should use Python @dataclass

Great post, cant wait to experiment with these!

Are most of your friends developers too?

Nope. Some are, but my hobbies outside of tech are where i ...

Demystifying How JSX Renders for React Beginners

Thank you!

Start before you are ready

Yes! Its important to remember there is always more to lear...

A Plan for Planning Your First Side Project

Glad you found it useful! If you have any questions, let me...

A Plan for Planning Your First Side Project

Yes, also having things written out helps you free up more ...

A Plan for Planning Your First Side Project

Thank you! Its always important to remember that things can...

Moving Past Tutorials: Pseudocode

Such a great series!

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