Understanding Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) in 3 levels

For those of you who have your feet somewhat wet in the ocean of programming, surely you must've come across the concept of Object-Oriented Programming, or in short, OOP. What is it? How to best utilize it? What is the hype around it all about? Prerequisites I would be utilizing examples in the deeper levels... Continue Reading →


Understanding websites in 3 levels

We surf them; search them; do payments with them; sell and buy with them; even perform the (arguably) despicable acts of self-pleasuring with them. They come in different forms – from search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo etc), e-commerce (eBay, Zalora, Lazada etc), to social media sites (Facebook, Instagram, Google plus etc). Yet, all of them follow... Continue Reading →

A single lesson learned from an Image Slider (the story)

22nd June 2017, 3.02pm, I had one of my biggest achievements in my software career so far. It wasn't anything huge nor comparable to something you would consider significant out there, but for me, it was nothing short of monumental. It was my first taste of a true client work. One that isn't marked nor... Continue Reading →


A single lesson learned from an Image Slider (the technical bit)

What you're walking into: The back end story to my previous post, A single lesson learned from an Image Slider (the story)... ...and a step-by-step run through on how to implement a static image slider into a built-in BlogSpot theme ( I'm using Rosemary to be specific). What do you need: Though some basic understanding of HTML, CSS,... Continue Reading →


Understanding functions in 3 levels

Function is an important concept in programming, mathematics, and many other fields. However, throughout my 3 years of learning about functions in mathematics in my high school up till my foundation year in university, I still don’t quite get the concept of what functions really are, or are meant to represent. Yes, the formal definition,... Continue Reading →


You should learn how to code. Here’s why

I picked up programming just a little over a year ago from the time I was writing this. I wouldn’t quite say I’m anywhere near being a wizard in the field yet, but I’ve probably had my fair share of programming and code writing experience across a handful of languages (coupled with more than just... Continue Reading →


A software engineer wannabe

"Chill. I'm not a real engineer - just a software engineer", that's what I always tell people who give me this weird look when I say I'm heading towards the software world. As I am typing this, I'm currently a Year1 Software Engineering student from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus. As a student of... Continue Reading →


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