One Way Hashing

A hashing algorithm, or a digital fingerprint, is a one-way conversion, meaning that once the hash is run on an input — there isn’t a way to get back to the original input, which makes a great option for storing passwords. …

Before even starting my coding journey in a software engineering boot camp, I relied a lot on the internet to help me whenever I was stuck or when I wanted to learn how to do something I saw on a site that I had to emulate. …

If you asked me three years ago where I would be, or what I would be doing, my very last guess would be I willingly be in a coding boot camp. I probably would guess I’d be illustrating a ton of children’s books at this point or doing product design.

Adreena Fulcher

Software Engineer Student at Flatiron School

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