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Doctor Moxie
Once an NHS Accountant and Excel whizz with a penchant for pivot tables - but now a newbie programmer bootcamp - July 2018 cohort.
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Doctor Moxie Nov 20
Replying to @simonswiss
Thanks - I’ll check it out!
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Doctor Moxie Nov 20
Excellent tips from completing a major refactor project. Includes: Mobile First and Class Combo Abstraction
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Elishka Nov 19
From complete to hackathon winner in 6 months?!?! What a crazy brilliant weekend at the , coding ALL weekend 😅 to tackle gender diversity in tech with - thanks to everyone who made it such a brilliant event 💙 cc
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Doctor Moxie Nov 19
I managed to successfully complete the bootcamp with minimal css skills but its biting me now I'm trying to code some whizzy fullstack tech test solutions. Happy to have found css layout course on . Stylish frontend - here I come....
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Doctor Moxie Nov 6
This tachyons tldr is a total revelation. I love functional css, it's given me the freedom to experiment with frontend development.
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Women Techmakers Nov 5
Who's ready to learn and apply fundamental ML concepts? From video lectures to real-world case studies and hand-on practice, this crash course has everything you need! Check it out here → 👩🏾‍🏫👩🏻‍💻
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Doctor Moxie Oct 15
It's nice to finally understand why I've been using 'use strict' with javascript:
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Doctor Moxie Sep 5
Setting up a Rails App to run production in Heroku saving images uploaded via Carrierwave into AWS S3 bucket
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Doctor Moxie Aug 28
Here's the blog that offered me a lightbulb moment on MVC design.
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Doctor Moxie Aug 28
Cool new blog from a fellow Maker who is also embarking on an exciting new career change.
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Doctor Moxie Aug 26
Its slowly dawning on me that there needs to be a pattern to my applications. “Classic Front End MVC with Vanilla Javascript” by Patrick Ackerman
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Doctor Moxie Aug 23
A genius explanation of asynchronicity in
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Doctor Moxie Aug 23
If one day I can be an AdequatelyGood programmer, I'll be very happy. Excellent article on closures and the module pattern
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Makers Aug 2
What better way to learn about the Makers experience but from the people themselves? Check out these outstanding student blogs from , , Rob Faldo and Charlotte Payne
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Doctor Moxie Aug 16
Group work at Makers - where my morning was cast asunder, to a wasteland of thwarted efforts and a gazillion merge conflicts.
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Doctor Moxie Aug 11
A Crisis of Coding Confidence - week 5 is new language week at Makers.
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Doctor Moxie Aug 4
If you start with the wrong question you are unlikely to come up with transformative answers. GP avoidable appointments:
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Doctor Moxie Aug 1
Replying to @filibuster51
A bit remiss of me not to have a reference point but it was just something one of our coaches said. Its probably objectivist vs constructivist theory:
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Doctor Moxie Aug 1
When the Student is Ready the Teacher Appears
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Doctor Moxie Jul 22
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