Even if you’re landlocked, find your beach! 🏝 .
Real talk though, one of my big life goals is to own a beach house and work remote from my shore-facing patio in my bikini 😎
Whenever I’m stressed about my work load or project deadlines, I remind myself of my long term goals and push through the grind. So here’s your reminder to persevere because your goals are SO POSSIBLE and you are going to get them!!
I’d love to hear your personal goals, big or small or silly or serious! Let’s get it Goal Chasers 👏🏼
20 hours ago
A few days before my NLP exam and summer vacation 👌🏼🔥
Had an amazing time at #voguecodes today. Feeling inspired after listening to the incredible speakers, and stories of how they got to where they are today.
I absolutely love that @vogueaustralia has collaborated with @westpac to push the female and tech movement. What a partnership, fashion and tech - couldn’t think of a better combo!
Can’t wait till next year!
1 day ago
[24/100] Five Xcode Tips To Speed Up Your Development 📈
Happy Friday everyone! I’m sorry for not posting yesterday, it was a very busy day at work and didn’t get a chance to write a good post for you 🙇🏻♀️. I know while doing the #100daysofswift challenge I am supposed to post every day about my progress but if for some reason that day I am busy I don’t want to just post a random photo with no good content. Quality over quantity always 👌🏼
While learning about iOS, I found some very useful tips on how to speed up your development. I hope these are helpful to some of you 📝 •Named Tabs
Did you know that you can assign names to tabs? Named tabs are very convenient and much easier to manage. You can name a tab by selecting the tab and double-clicking its name. With named tabs, I don't waste time searching for the tab I need.
With behaviors, you tell Xcode what to do when a particular event takes place.
How often do you open the console when you are debugging an application? I have a separate window with a tab named Console, which I tell Xcode to open whenever output is generated.
•Navigating Tabs & History
In Xcode, each tab has its own history. While it can be useful to click the Go Back and Go Forward buttons in the top left of the editor, it is much easier to create keyboard shortcuts or trackpad gestures for these common actions.
You create a code snippet by selecting the block of code you want to create a code snippet for and dragging it to the Code Snippet Library on the right. You can add multiple placeholders to a code snippet and you can also define the context in which Xcode should show a code snippet in the autocompletion menu.
Breakpoints are indispensable for debugging. But did you know you can assign actions to breakpoints? Each breakpoint is configurable in several ways.
👉🏼 What are your favorite tricks to speed up your work in Xcode?
Have an amazing Friday everyone 💋☺️
⚡️Stop Creating Your Overwhelm⚡️
A mind filled with scarcity thinking creates overwhelm. Are you
☄️Paranoid of others agendas
☄️Fed up frustrated with the lack of
commitment from others to you and your goals
☄️People pushing your boundaries-again
☄️Not enough time in the day for all the things
☄️Need more resources to get to the next level
There could be all true scenarios and yet the solution is to realize these are the illusions of overwhelm caused by scarcity mindset.
My definition of scarcity mindset: A belief that there is not enough of what you need so you cannot have what you want.
Not true. Overwhelm keeps you being a victim.
So, What to do? 🌳Shift back into your power
🌳believe there is abundance in _____________. (Fill in circumstances)
🌳Speak up - use your voice
🌳Reestablish your boundaries
🌳Allow things to fall where they may...
🌳surrender to the truth of reality (see what is there without the emotional / mental drama) then take action from there
🌳Protect the bases and blast the rest
There. Overwhelm has no place to hide and you can sustain without overwhelm. Yep you’ll take some lessons and some work to rebuild. But you’ll have more clarity and conviction.
🤣No judgment here - I’ve been there done that as an executive, as a mom, as a partner. It’s a natural state in this society, but we get to choose different! 🙏🏼😌
It’s time you became the living monument (mogul) to abundance, wealth and prosperity so you can BANNISH the illusion and let the truth of love in all situations reign in your business and #leaderlife .
I could do a IGTV on this topic next week. Interested to hear more on this? Comment below. 💥⚡️
(2/3) Edlen is passionate about making her students enjoy Computer Science. In our interview with her, she shares her advocacies, what motivated her to take up a Computer Science teaching job, and her advice for students! Read more about her in our latest blog post — link in bio!
18 hours ago
"Follow your curiosities, your purpose will find you". @tosindurotoye