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Lauren Albert
Pre-Bootcamp Dev enthusiast and musician 👾🎤🎹🤘🏽
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Lauren Albert Aug 19
Oh, WOW (visual studio code) is REALLY fun. Good Work!
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Lauren Albert Aug 16
Replying to @grahamlutz
... thats an elephant for a newbie. Once the layout is complete, how would you hardcode 1 click event?
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Lauren Albert Aug 16
Replying to @grahamlutz
would you be willing to give some examples of this? Let's say its your first time using jQuery (and you've only had 1 week experience with html and CSS). The project is to click on a user in a feed and list only their comments (which are stored as an array in an object prop...
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Lauren Albert Aug 16
Just checking in to let everyone know that Precourse for bootcamp is FOR REAL!!
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Fullstack Health Aug 8
🚀 New episode! 🧐 We’re talking burnout this time. 1️⃣ We chat with about burnout -- particularly autistic burnout. 2️⃣ Then, we chat with Dr. , CMO & psychiatrist Health Center. 🎧
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Lauren Albert Aug 8
Replying to @grahamlutz
Would you or anyone reading this be willing to run a mock TI with a vanilla JS problem?
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Lauren Albert Aug 8
Replying to @grahamlutz
Thanks for reaching out! I'm headed to Hack Reactor soon. Based on a demo of my skills, I've been flagged to take an Assessment to see if I'm on track to keep up with the course pace with a possibility of having to defer.
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Lauren Albert Aug 8
Wow, definitely feeling this right now!
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Lauren Albert Aug 7
Replying to @laurieontech
So, having never had a dev interview (I'm pre-bootcamp right now), what is an example of what a fair interview might look like?
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Lauren Albert Aug 7
Here's my latest blog post: with a new feature relevant to New Yorkers along with the usual points. Thanks for reading!~
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Lauren Albert Aug 7
A3: HELL YAH! At the very least, know enough to hold a conversation about it, some minor syntax, and common practices. Just like writing music - if you understand the instruments you're writing for, you'll write much better code/music (depending on the metaphor here)
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Lauren Albert Aug 7
I've heard good things. I'll add your vote to tally and give it a try!
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Lauren Albert Aug 7
A2. Oh!! Also, the App for WODS and nutrition tracking is fantastic!
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Lauren Albert Aug 7
YES!! and GarageBand just keeps getting better and better. LogicPro keeps growing right along with it.
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Lauren Albert Aug 7
A2. I've been comparing and contrasting text Editors- Sublime v. Atom. So far I like Atom's interface and plugins. I find them more intuitive than sublime's interface. Does anyone have thoughts on this?
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Lauren Albert Aug 7
A1: One thing that comes to mind is to deliver a User Interface that successfully provides access to the truly complex design of the system driving it
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Lauren Albert Aug 7
I would think that being familiar with these interfaces and graphic design rules would help a developer design code that can then interact more fluidly with GUIs. Does that sound about right?
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Lauren Albert Aug 7
And why won't the first one be checking if the origin of the var is the same?
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Brad Traversy Aug 6
Learning & Memorizing In Programming: In this video, I briefly talk about learning strategies and how you should memorize coding concepts - not necessarily the actual code.
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