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John Jarold Nov 17
Here is a list of visually rich websites that will improve your designing skills! 1. awwwards 2. cssdesignawards 3. flatinspire 4. bestwebgallery 5. pttrns 6. dribbble 7. siteinspire 8. line25 9. userpanda 10. abduzeedo
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John Jarold Nov 15
Don't settle for only one learning resources. 1. udemy 2. freecodecamp 3. youtube 4. codecademy 5.watchandcode 6. appacademy 8.javascript30 7. stackoverflow 9. cs50 10.books Add more to help aspiring coders!
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John Jarold Nov 19
Great projects to build to understand JavaScript: Simple Calculator Weather App To Do List Image Slider Form Validation Hamburger Menu/Animations Quiz App Shopping Cart Countdown Timer YouTube has tons of tutorials, use that advantage!
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John Jarold Nov 20
Websites that provide high quality photos that you can use for free! Really helpful for front end/web design. 1. pexels 2. unsplash 3. littlevisuals 4. rgbstock 5. splitshire 6. foter 7. lifeofpix What website do you use? Add them!
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John Jarold Nov 18
If you want to become a Front-end developer, here is a mini guide of what you need to learn. Html CSS Flexbox & Grid CSS Preprocessors CSS Frameworks JavaScript JavaScript Frameworks Git/Github Google it for broad info!
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Katie D'Angelo Nov 19
After creating the 8-week course , teaching amazing students and working with wonderful instructors, I'm on the hunt for a new role in Toronto, KW or Hamilton! threadπŸ‘‡
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John Jarold Nov 21
Tips to be good at programming: Learn basic data structures Apply what you learn right away Build a hobby project Don’t jump from one language to another Teach someone else Read articles Learn how to Google Share your tips!
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Chris Blakely 17h
I think patience is really important when learning to code. Instead of getting frustrated or saying "I can't do this", just say "I'll keep trying and I'll get there eventually". Some things just take time
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John Jarold Nov 13
So you want to learn coding from building projects? Here are my best youtubers/developers I follow for learning amazing things. 1. Traversy Media 2. Dev Ed 3. Net Ninja 4. James Q Quick 5. Dani 6. Coding Phase 7. whatsdev Enjoy!
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John Jarold 8h
10 Free games to improve your coding skills: 1. CodeMonkey 2. Flexbox Defense 3. Ruby Warrior 4. CodeCombat 5. Robocode 6. Cyber Dojo 7. Code Wars 8. Coding Game 9. Flexbox Froggy 10. Code Hunt src: Datadevourer of reddit
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John Jarold Nov 19
Day 25/100: Built a quiz app with JavaScript and was learning JS on udemy. Note that I was not able to finish this course before as I felt that I wasn’t learning anything. But now it’s a lot easier to understand. I say consistency is the key.
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Seremba Patrick 9h
Day 97: . Job hunting and being hunted. Lol. Did a few interviews, and now waiting for what is next. I have never dreamt of a company reaching out to me asking that I apply for a role. I should code harder. Lol.
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Jhey Nov 17
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