Have you ever had to integrate with a third-party service or software at work or on a personal project? If so, my guess is that the first place that you went was the documentation page. Other than the actual software or service itself, documentation is arguably one of the most important aspects of a project. I argue that a good docs page can make or break the success of a project. In many cases, documentation is the first thing a potential user or developer see’s. In this blog post, I will be taking a deep dive into the Address Validation…

At the time of writing this blog post, I am one week removed from graduating college. As a college student, the projects I undertook were always assigned by a professor as an exercise or group project. As a result, I haven’t launched a project that wasn’t under the supervision of some educational figure since I was in high school. And while some might say that all practice is good practice, I would argue that this consistent assignment process fails to exercise that most important muscle in a young developer’s brain: the creativity muscle. …

Harris Butler

Aspiring software engineer

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