I know, I know, its been a minute since my last post but to be fair I wasn’t just chilling. This post leads me to what has been keeping me busy and why.


Cuz I do

I have made it to my 4th Module here at Flatiron school. Learning ReactJs at the moment. I can finally see the light man I really can. It has been a lonnngggg, arduous journey(emphasis on the long). Its almost project week for this module before we transition to our solo-projects and then we graduate!!!! Yaaayyyyyy.

So this will not be a technical post, I just want to share a little bit of my experience attending this intense program . When I first started I wasn’t sure what to expect. I went in here not knowing a lick…


If you know me well enough you will know these two key things about me. First of all, I am Nigerian(Igbo to be exact).Secondly, I love to cook especially my local dishes(yesss to rice and stew!). Ok enough about me, let’s get to the point of this post. At the Flatiron School my instructors always reiterate, the best way to learn is by doing… make a mini project. So I decided to put that into action this time around relearning Javascript. …


Finally, we have made our way to Module 3 at the Flatiron School! And guess what that means?!? Javascript!! To be frank I am still trying to familiarize myself with Javascript and find my own rhythm and tune to this essential computer language. Javascript definitely reminds me of myself….all over the place!!! Let me summarize it to this clip my coach showed me.

Yeah, that is my own visual of what Javascript reminds me of. However, while learning about it I came across callback functions which is what this post is about, so let’s dive right in!

What exactly is a callback function?

“A callback…


Sooo…we started Ruby on Rails this week at Flatiron School, and man was it a whirlwind!! Can I say this week was short and long all at the same time!!

The first few days were mainly about understanding how the Rails framework all worked together to make a functioning website. To be frank, I almost pulled the hair I had left trying to understand this stuff but thanks to a fellow classmate, he was able to break it down in a way that I could understand!

Almost pulled my hair out

Guess what y’all it actually clicked! So my goal…

Kosi Akporji

A Pharmacist turned Software Engineer #changethings

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