Yadiel F. Cabrera

Writer

Software Developer, Writer and Computer Science Teacher

Hello, there!

My name is Yadiel, but most people know me by my middle name, Felix. I am a software developer, Computer Science teacher, and tutor from Puerto Rico. I write articles and blog posts related to Software Development, Computer Programming and college Computer Science.

For examples of my writing you can check out the following links:

What Should I Learn First? The Language Or The Framework? - https://blog.usejournal.com/what-should-i-learn-first-the-language-or-the-framework-9f5832c8920a

How Do Top Computer Science Students Study? - https://yadielcabrera.com/2018/06/23/how-do-top-computer-science-students-study/

For more examples of my work, you can visit:
http://medium .com/@felixthedev
Categories
Content Types
Article, Blog Post
More Information
University of Puerto Rico, Bayamon Campus , Bachelor's degree in Computer Science
Udacity, Introduction to Self-Driving Cars Nanodegree
35130 Puerto Rico de Gran Canaria, Las Palmas, Spain|English, Spanish
Publications
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Published Content

4
medium.com
Why Learning The Fundamentals Of Programming Matters

On this blog post, I share my outlook on why learning the fundamentals of Computer Programming matters to become a better software developer.

June, 16 2018
medium.com
Blog Post
I Failed Data Structures. What Can I Do To Pass?

On this blog post, I share some advice to upcoming Computer Science college students

July, 11 2018
blog.usejournal.com
Blog Post
What Should I Learn First? The Language Or The Framework?

On this post, I share my opinion on what people who are learning to code learn first, the programming language or the framework. I also share my advice based on my experience as a Computer Programming teacher.

July, 14 2018
yadielcabrera.com
Article
How Do Top Computer Science Students Study?

In this article, based on my experience as a Computer Science teacher and tutor, some of the patterns I have seen through the years that separate the top performing Computer Science students from the underperformers. The purpose of this article is to mentor upcoming Computer Science college students, thus, helping them improve in any way I can by sharing my experience.

June, 23 2018
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