Recently, I shared my journey from a person who has never camped before to a backpacker. I’ve also shared some tips on how you can prepare for your own backpacking trips (see slides).
Week 3 Assignment
Week 4 Assignment
Two tough weeks of building a basic and advanced version of Twitter client.
We built a Yelp search app using Yelp’s API. I’m very proud of what I’ve done and my dedication.
My first week of the iOS development bootcamp is complete! It has been crazy busy. I spent 19 hours working nights and weekend on my assignment.
My company Hearsay Systems organized an internal iOS development bootcamp, hosted by CodePath. I’ve been working with our mobile team a bit, and really want to hone my skills on app design, so this would be a great opportunity to dig into it.
It was a really short trip, and not exactly a full-blown backpacking trip, but we actually packed a lot of things in it — driving, hiking, camping, Reno, Tahoe City — we were satisfied.
We were thrilled to snatch 2-day Sky Campground reservations at Point Reyes National Seashore and enjoyed the beautiful Tomales Point Trail and coast.
Our first car camping experience.
So happy — reservation dates were right after Memorial Day, people were going back to work, but we were going backpacking!
The first Saturday of June is National Trails Day in the U.S. This was established by the American Hiking Society (AHS). On this day, thousands of thousands of people volunteer to maintain and project hiking trails.