Personalized Development

Personalized Development is a blog about coding and building from the ground up, written by a student.

Our mission is to provide a personalized development experience for every user. It does not matter what skill level you are, there is something for everyone. CodeHub takes pride in being the best resource available for those that are looking to advance their knowledge and skill sets.

Codehub is a personal blog that discusses coding, development and the building process.

The site is designed to be easy to navigate and use with a clean design that makes it easy to read and view. For my first big project I am building it from scratch to learn more about the processes involved in creating a website.

As I started learning to code, my friends and family were confused why I wanted to learn. They didn’t understand the thrill of building something from the ground up.

For me, there’s nothing more satisfying than designing a website from scratch and seeing it come together in front of your eyes. It’s like a painting that you can actually interact with. For example, check out this website I built for a friend:

The beginning is always imperfect but as you continue to work on it and fix things, it gets better and better.

Welcome to CodeHub! A blog filled with code and all things related to it.

If you are here then you’ve obviously got a knack for this sort of thing!

In this blog we will be talking about the latest updates in the coding scene, such as new releases, updates, software announcements and much more. We will also be discussing how to make your own software, even if you have never coded before!

So come join us on this journey into the world of code and see what it has to offer. You may just find something that interests you here. So sit back, relax and enjoy yourself.

I first started coding when I was about 12 years old. I attended a small, local community college that offered a class on Web Development. I was immediately hooked and had to learn more about how websites worked and how to build them.

As I continued my education at a larger university, I began to realize that there were not enough resources available for beginning developers. I knew that the path to becoming a great developer was not traditional but instead involved learning from a variety of sources and contributors. My goal has always been to create an open source community where developers can come together and share their knowledge with one another.

Although I am still developing my skills as a programmer, it is my hope that this blog will be beneficial to any and all who wish to learn how to code or someone who is just looking to build something new.

Relational database management systems (RDBMS) have been around since the 1970s. But there are still some misconceptions about how they work.

Relational database management systems (RDBMS) have been around since the 1970s. But there are still some misconceptions about how they work.

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