After a few rounds of tutorials on Treehouse, Codecademy, or your favorite online learning center of choice, it’s not hard to master the basic building blocks of coding–variables, for-loops, while-loops, functions, arrays, objects, etc. But putting them all together in a real-life situation isn’t always as straightforward as working through the carefully constructed examples in the tutorials.
This is why I think Coding Dojo’s Algorithm Platform is really useful for beginning programmers. Continue reading “Coding Dojo: Algorithm Platform”
(Previous: Stuck in the Middle)
I love the slogan for jQuery: “write less, do more”.
(previous: UW’s Computer Science Homework)
I wanted to get some practice on putting together how the actual website would look to the user, so I clicked over to Codecademy to work on HTML and CSS. Continue reading “HTML/CSS Part 1: Codecademy and W3Schools”