Tag: Case Statement

A Contribution to Danielle Sucher’s Ruby Case vs. Conditional-If via FizzBuzz

Although code bootcamps are hailed for a practical education in programming, best practices for long-term efficiency are compromised for rapid proficiency. ┬áDon’t get me wrong, the bootcamp movement should be celebrated for leveling-up the economy and empowering the disenfranchised(let’s hope the urgency for accreditation and federal loans doesn’t inflate bootcamp tuition prices), but University will endure as a place for… Read more →