I hope you read that in the tone of Amy Winehouse singing “Amy, Amy, Amy” because that was playing in my head as I wrote it. Although, I’m not writing about Amy singing “Amy”, I am going to write about arrays and I just appreciate the alliteration.

If you know, you know.

But seriously, the Bcrypt gem is absolutely wonderful when you’re working with Ruby.

The purpose of the Bcrypt gem is to “salt” passwords, or more simply put, encrypt them so that even you, the developer have no access to a user’s password. This will also…

After graduating from bootcamp, I had the luck of connecting with a company a month later that offered me an internship. It’s a startup so from the time of the offer to me actually working, did take a few months. …

As of two weeks ago I am officially working in the tech field! It’s been a long journey and quite honestly, I am still on it. Thanks to early networking while in bootcamp and reaching out to friends I’ve known before starting, I was able to land an amazing Internship opportunity where I can give back to the communities and kids who need it most.

So far, the Internship has tested everything I learned in School and has pushed me to places I never thought I’d go. One of those places is Axios. I’ve watched plenty of tutorials while in school and never understood why so many developers depended on Axios for their CRUD requests. I figured I’d give it a go and now I understand what the hype has been about.

Basic Explanation of Axios

Why I used it

How I used it

A simple way for Tattoo Artist’s to keep track of their clients.

To no surpirse, the best way to explain my application is simply through it’s CRUD actions.


What I’ve come to realize during this Sinatra journey is that a website just isn’t too fun if you can’t interact…

I previously wrote about revisiting Ruby on Rails since graduating from bootcamp. I thought I would take a moment to go over another great feature that you can do with Rails. That is using it as an API only application.

Quick background:

Ruby on Rails is a model-view-controller framework written…

Well, not really. However, Rails does make it look easy and in this post I’ll explain a few of my favorite error methods.

If you’re reading this blog entry, chances are that you’ve encountered at least a few error messages while browsing the internet. For me, probably a few.. hundred…

While attending a full-time Software Engineering bootcamp, we started by learning Ruby. A wonderful language especially for beginners, in my opinion. We spent about three months learning all the wonderful things we could. …


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