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Fresh Prince of JavaScript Jun 15
Just putting it out into the universe again 2019 I will be employed as a Front End Developer
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Molly Struve πŸ¦„ Jun 12
Replying to @CodeNewbies
A1) An environment that embraces everyone and LISTENS to everyone. No environment is going to be perfect at first, but if those who work there listen and evolve overtime to meet the needs of everyone it becomes a safe welcoming space bc feel they are heard.
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Laurie Jun 12
Can we all say a big thank you to for creating such an inclusive community? The podcast is full of diverse voices, as is Codeland. It’s such a wonderful breath of fresh air.
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Fresh Prince of JavaScript Jun 12
I honestly feel like I'm ready for a web developer job. Of course I don't know everything but I have a genuine desire to learn and become better. Working at a full time job, parenting and learning to code has been difficult but I did anyway.
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mthokozisi Jun 11
I have just built my first ever website using HTML and CSS with a bit of JS.
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Ami Scott πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Jun 12
Replying to @CodeNewbies
A2: I'm trans so a lot of my examples come from that. When cis people ask other cis people for pronouns, when they correct misgendering so I don't have to draw more attention to myself, when coworkers help push for gender neutral bathrooms. That's all good allyship
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Sajeetharan Jun 13
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Sarah Paz πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Jun 12
Just got a reply for a junior web developer position I applied to a couple weeks back! They've invited me to complete their next steps assessment. I'm excited to see how this process is, this is a huge learning experience!
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Kedasha πŸ€ΈπŸ½β€β™€οΈ 24h
Hey πŸ™‹πŸ½β€β™€οΈhow would you solve this?! πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘©πŸ½β€πŸ’»
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Ashlee Boyer Jun 12
Replying to @CodeNewbies
A1: My biggest advice as someone who’s disabled is please just listen. Coming up with excuses or getting deeply offended by my feedback that’s informed by my experience and perception is very isolating. It takes a lot of emotional energy to give feedback.
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nada 6h
There are so many resources online for learning web dev, especially when you want to add on to the basics you've covered so far. I felt overwhelmed, but now I realize the best way to learn is through building and applying your knowledge.
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Jayant Sharma 19h
Day 2 : trying to continue the streak by learning primitive data types in js
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Djavan Munroe 7h
Day 6 of Diving back into the rabbit hole that is regular expressions! Wish me luck
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Jayant Sharma Jun 16
Day 1: am going to start my coding journey with js wish me luck
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Lindsay 18h
question on : is there more than one way to program a web app? Can my logic be different than someone else’s and still get the same result? Or is it like math where 2+2=4 no matter what; there is only one code and one code only?
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SEArndt Jun 12
Replying to @CodeNewbies
A1: By ensuring that everyone is held to the same standards of inclusive professional behavior. Having training is no good if no one is held to it.
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Seep 14h
Learning affirmation for the coding journey.
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Lucie Vrsovska 18h
My laptop has been blessed with these beautiful stickers. It's official – I can call myself a developer now! 😁 πŸŽ‰ πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ’» D33R2/
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We Are The Envisioned 14h
Teaching a child how to code becomes simple when you understand the category each child belongs. Not all codes work for all kids.
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Muhammad Ali Jun 15
Need a new job from july!! I am a full stack web developer. Skills stack - Laravel - React - Vue - Bootstrap - Node - UI Design
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