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So, this past week I completed my first major task for Hangify. We are currently working on version 1.0 of the iOS mobile app. The app’s front end is written in Angular, and then we use Cordova platform and the Ionic framework to compile to an iOS app. One of my jobs in this sprint was to refactor storage of login credentials from local browser storage to native application storage on the iDevice.

At our sprint planning meetings, we begin by going through our tasks in Asana from the previous sprint, which hopefully have all been finished. After that, we assign new tasks to everyone for the next sprint, and assign each task a number from the Fibonacci series to quantify how difficult/how long the will be. Read MoreCallbacks

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Ugh, was February 5th really my last post? There goes my New Year’s Resolution of blogging regularly. Well anyway, I feel like I have a good excuse this time…

The last month-and-a-half have been a crazy-awesome learning experience for me. I wanted to take some time to reflect on this time, as it has been very exciting.

It all started at the January Philadelphia JavaScript Developers Meetup. After the presentations, we were hanging out at a nearby bar/restaurant. Usually, I don’t really know anyone at these meetups, so I try to make an effort to sit with someone I don’t know, tell my story, and ask for advice. Read MoreHangify