TILCode is short for Today I Learned… in code.

This blog is a collection of little insights, tricks, and WTFs encountered by beginner and intermediate programmers.

TILCode is written by Mandi and Jim, a couple of video game designers turned programmers based in the Seattle area. We’re experienced in a number of languages and web frameworks. If we got something wrong, please leave a comment! We’re learning, too. :)

Thanks for visiting!

2 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi, I just found your blog and like it! I’d love to suggest an article for beginners on how to do a simple MySQL database query from inside a webpage using PHP for example. Suppose one has a database hosted someplace and they just want to display data from all or some headings. Could you break it down into something utterly simple and reproducible?

  2. Hello! I just came across your blog when I was searching for more information about OSU online CS program. Thank you for sharing your experience with the world :).

    Hi chicken__steak!

    If you don’t mind me asking, did you have any D or F grades in STEM courses during your first BS career when you applied to OSU program? Some schools like FSU require C or better grades for STEM courses, and I was wondering if OSU has the same requirement besides the minimum GPA requirement of 2.75.

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