What I've been trying to develop within my skillset is Grit for the past month a half. More commonly known as persistence, it enables successful athletes, influencers & leaders to punch through any obstacle no matter what. This is very important as a programmer in the blockchain space, where there are tons of problems to…

I built a simple Ethereum project deployed to rinkeby network. It is part of my solidity course in Udemy and pretty proud of finishing it. The whole project taught me a lot of insights : Now I understand why Solidity programming is a strongly typed scripting language. Since blockchain technology essentially is a cryptographic database…

Coding 10 to 16 hrs 7days a week. The process looks like this: Confusion. Falling asleep while watching lessons or coding. Anxiety. Questioning yourself. Becoming fearful of the future. Realizing that fear is inevitable. Finding strength in struggling. Becoming comfortable with code again. Debugging at a faster rate Lesser headaches, finally understanding the error messages…

Update: I decided to withdraw from applying to the code challenge. Upon seeing the circumstances, I will be sacrificing the time to learn and I have preserved for blockchain and web development and that I could not be doing. I learned of the program just yesterday and the time constraints won't be favorable to the…

This project was included in my course on blockchain/ethereum/solidity and because I needed a lot of practice in Reactjs, I dived into it over the weekend. It paid off. It was a grear flex for my coding skills and nerd eyes(ability to read machine language, someguy named Stef from Canada calls it as that). I…

Coding is like a high prison wall that you need to climb every day. But it's not Why I focused on repeating the same project four times.. I need to become good in Reactjs as it is the overlying environment recommended for coding on Ethereum. I tested my knowledge in JavaScript. Functions , objects, looping,…