I'm Curtis a computer scientist and geographer from Ontario, Canada. I graduated from The University of Western Ontario with a degree in Computer Science while minoring in Geography.
This is my personal site where I'll post tutorials, projects, and other articles of things that I've learned or found interesting in the hope they can help others like me. I feel that taking the time to write down your thought process can give you a greater understanding of your code even in simple projects.
You can find out more about me here. Check up on classes I've taken, skills I've developed or ones that I'm working on building to be even better. There are also links to other sites I like to practice coding on.
If you want to get in touch with me you can do so here.
I recently completed Wes Bos’ course on the CSS Grid. This course can be found free here. For those who aren’t aware the CSS Grid is a layout system in CSS. It doesn’t require any frameworks or libraries it’s an addition to the language itself. CSS Grid can be used to place, align, size and build a website layout in CSS.
A session can be defined a a semi-permanent interactive information interchange between two or more communicating devices. A session can be formed between a user and a server when the user logins in, data is then exchanged back and forth, and the session is destroyed when the user logs out. The 3rd party Gorilla Sessions package provides an easy to use implementation of sessions in Go.
Devember is finally upon us and with that it’s time to light up the Github contribution lights and huddle by the warmth of your monitor with a warm cup of java!