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Josh Carvel 6m
Reminder: when you get an error message, the computer is RIGHT. Skip over thinking 'but I gave it the correct instructions!' and start figuring out how what you told it do differs from what you actually intended.
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Shubham Jun 17
R1-Day4: Today I had worked on Rock paper scissors project but yet not able to complete it...Its UI is taking time , hopefully may be by tomorrow it get complete...
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Christopher Jack 10h
Looks like Mother Nature wants me to stay inside and study today.
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Megan Jun 9
Day 5. Learning if statements in C++, along with basic math equations.
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Natasha Khatri 9h
Checking out Let's Make IT Happen - v3 with
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K P ๐Ÿ”ฌ๐ŸŽž 5h
Replying to @resolvingdust
What I wasnt to say, if you're learning code, , go full on. FreeCodeCamp uses a toolbox so you write partial HTML, then, when I would try it with a text editor in my browser, I was missing things. Why do do this? I'm not looking for a simulated job.
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Tom Cole โšก๏ธ Jun 16
Hey Twitter, sorry I've been a stranger for a while, but I'm working hard towards my goals. Will post some updates soon! What's new with everyone? Share your news ๐Ÿ˜Š
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Sam Ringleman Jun 13
I did this a couple weeks ago, and loved the response! , what is something that you are stuck on or are trying to learn that someone with a bit more experience might be able to help you out with? Hit me with questions or problems, let's pair code!
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ruphaa Jun 15
50 microfrontend coding challenges for JavaScript learners
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Francisco Caeiro Jun 15
Day 24 - Iterators Back after a week I coded only once... Going through the iterators module. I have to say that it might me from a rough week, but passing functions in functions seems like a crazy thing to do. ๐Ÿ˜€ I'll wrap it up tomorrow.
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The Boss' Boss Jun 9
Just realized that I've gotten to the point where I prefer MDN when it comes to understanding fundamentals. That's progress, right?
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Deva Jun 13
Yes, I am a slow learner but I never stop learning. Yes, I am a slow learner. It's true. But I learn.
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Joshua Graham Jun 17
Coming up this Thursday co-hosts an episode and we talk to of about how NOT to pronounce NGINX... ๐Ÿ˜ Plus a bunch of other great topics about bootcamps, learning to code and getting that first job!
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Aditya Singh๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ Jun 11
Day 9: โ—Started work at 2 project one is an facial recognition system that can recognize criminals and second is OSINT tool โ—In osint I'm doing work of web application and facial recognition is yet to be decided โ—building python environments
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Nikema Prophet . she/her Jun 9
donโ€™t forget that you have something to offer to our community. If you are one step ahead you can help the person who is now in the place you just left. Itโ€™s not all about the technical stuff either.
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Josh Carvel Jun 14
Jobseeking tip: ALWAYS follow up on applications with a direct email to the company a week or two later, asking if they've received your application and reiterating how keen you are to work there. Your chances of getting a response will skyrocket ๐Ÿš€
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// ๐”ผ๐•๐•š๐• ๐•ฅ ๐•Š๐•’๐•Ÿ๐•—๐• ๐•ฃ๐•• // ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿค“ Jun 11
If you're remotely interested in coding, please dm me. I have a study group time via and we help learn about the basics on zoom chats.
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Joseph Hughes Jun 9
Replying to @JoeHughesDev
I think this is good for and to see when discussing whether or not they'll use a package. It can be expensive for users on cell phones and we should remember that. It doesn't mean it's not the best solution though, just something we should watch.
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Norma Jean Jun 10
Does anyone have tips for getting past recruiter phone interviews?
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Dashiell Bark-Huss Jun 15
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