1. How do you organize your code? What are some suggestions you find on the web?

How I organize my code is by trying to keep everything in one directions, keep my rows separate and adding any notes where I may get confused
Some useful tips I found online are:
- Encapsulate everything within one directory. …
- Separate raw data from derived data and other data summaries. …
- Separate the data from the code. …
- Use relative paths (never absolute paths). …
- Choose file names carefully. …
- Avoid using “final” in a file name. …
- Write ReadMe files.

2. Can you describe your workflow when you create a web page or web app?

My workflow when creating a web page or web app, first I would write the wire Frame, second I like to put out in sentences what i’m tempting to do. I feel like it helps me understand more.

3. You can’t work out how to solve a coding problem, where do you find the answer? Why? How do you know?

find them on Google. I usually use stackover flow or w3 schools. It depends on my judgment and double check to see the code matches my problems. 4

4. What problems have you solved that didn’t involve you coding?

Reading the textbook and learning about the new coding materials. We solve logic before coding. First we plan and write goals we’re trying to achieve. I notice code planning is alway a good idea before coding.

5. Talk about your preferred development environment. (What IDE or text editor you enjoy, and why?)

Visual Studio Code is what i’m currently using and I really enjoy it. It’s very easy to use and I like the color schemes.

6. How are you keeping up with the latest developments in web development?

I haven’t kept up much. I talk to co-workers and they normally gives me the update on new development of the different languages. That’s been very helpful.