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Don’t give up 👎
Everyone comes to a point where time seems to stand still, like you’re not making progress. You have no inspiration and you don’t know what to do about it. Why is this happening? No one knows. How can you fix it? No one knows. But what is certainly not the solution is giving up. Keep trying, because you’ll find a way out. ~ @powit.be
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Rapid protoyping and user testing is essential. Is the design functional and does it provide a great user experience?
Those questions must be answered before you start coding 👓🐢
I wouldn't want to be putting many hours in to something useless 💩
Kali ini, Taman Kode-Kode akan share tutorial membuat web server dengan menggunakan NodeJS.
Semua perintah dilakukan melalui CMD atau CLI. Pastikan komputer terkoneksi internet.
Tahap 1 - Persiapan:
1. Instalasi NodeJS.
2. Instalasi NPM.
Tahap 2 - Membuat Proyek:
1. Buatlah folder kosong
2. Masuk ke dalam folder
3. Jalankan perintah npm init
4. Jalankan perintah npm i express
5. Buat file bernama 'index.js'
6. Ketik program pada gambar 2 lalu simpan
Tahap 3 - Menjalankan program dengan perintah node . Tambahan:
Pastikan semua aksi dilakukan dalam folder yang sama, yaitu folder yang sudah dibuat.
Kalau temen-temen suka dengan tutorial ini, like, comment, dan share ya! Selanjutnya, sudah pasti makin seru tutorialnya.
In 2003 I started this career, with my degree in Economics and a passion for computers which began when I was 5. Strongly I believed that an idea had to travel from the seller to the buyer in the most efficient way. Your message had to be tailored for the potential clients and delivered to them (online or offline), according to their expectations, not to yours. In these 15 years, I delivered any sort of online platform to more than 200 happy clients. There were no open source blogs or CMS, no web designers of self-installing platforms and cheap templates. Only hard work, and coding. Nowadays I still design and deliver products which are faster, better performing, and far more stable than the prefab solutions (the Ikea of the web design as I say). Furthermore, I still take care of your message, and I still reach your clients.
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Photo credits: Silvio Zangarini
So as announced I will tell you a bit about my heritages. People FREQUENTLY ask me this and I usually interrupt them and state that I don’t want to talk about it. I’m super proud and thankful of my mixed heritages BUT I see myself interacting as mostly “as a typical Swiss person”. And we are known to be politely reserved.
I own a Dutch and a Swiss passport, this is the reason why I hashtag my pictures with it as well. I own about 10 heritages, from Serbo-Croatian over to Dutch again over to the Netherlands Antilles. So, I look and am pretty much Asian and Central American (Curacao/Surinam/Aruba) etc. Yes, THIS IS POSSIBLE, my parents are both mixed and they are multilingual as myself. My brothers both study and live in Netherlands and my mom’s family members are moving to Canada and Austria (so far) so I almost have no relatives in the Balkan/Russian part. I lived there for 1-2 years and before that 3 years in the Netherlands. My home is Zurich, Switzerland, where I grew up and all my beloved ones are (except for my family members – they are spread across the globe!) 🌏.
I struggle only on one point of my heritages, I respect but don’t accept conservative lifestyles – it just doesn’t fit how I was raised. So yeah, I still think there are a lot of countries that should practice more tolerance and empathy towards different lifestyles. Complicated right?! 😉 And this is the reason why I don’t want to explain myself over and over again.
Languages, I don’t speak all fluent but I’m working on it🔎: Swiss-German, German, Serbo-Croatian, Dutch, French, Spanish, Papiamento. – NOTE: I only correspond in English. It costs me to much time to rethink my correspondences as I’m not fluent.
We had a full house of passionate change-makers last night at Code Chrysalis for the Regional Revitalization event led by Dennis Chia 🗾 A huge shout out to Social Innovation Japan for being such an amazing co-host! 😋
昨晩コードクリサリスはSocial Innovation Japanと地方創生についてのイベントを行いました。Dennis Chiaさんとのディスカッションに参加してくれた皆さん、ありがとう！😁
Re-engineer your career with us. Find out more about our programs in our bio link☝️🙏.