The main plan was to develop a COVID-19 tracker in Django that shows local data in the Philippines - until the Department of Health hid and disabled page where the stats can be scraped.
After a minute or two of search in a search engine, I realized I could use the random library of Python to shuffle the list so I can get started on my first project.
I've been using Django for a little less than a year already if I'm not mistaken and I'd like to share the top resources I use when I'm running on a roadblock or if I'm trying to implement something that I haven't implemented yet.
During my first day on my internship a couple of months back, I was tasked to work on the scaffold of the company on which I was overwhelmed with the tags on it and never really bothered to research them.
ke it a habit to run git status before doing anything on a repository. I just learned this today and wanted to write it down to make it stick on my mind - or get familiar with it.
Show your top 10 most used commans including their % usage
I recently stumbled upon the words of Jacob Kaplan-Moss, one of Django's original creators, "Code without tests is broken as designed." this hit me in a way that I know to my self that I suck at designing, which motivated me to learn how to test.