More Than a Hobby: Programming as a Job)
Word Ladder from http://www.powgi.com/puzzle-word-ladder-2015-03-02/
For most software developers, being able to learn and adapt on the job is critical for success. Most of the tutorials and documentation I use for learning teach one small thing at a time: how to use
Coding Dojo: Algorithm Platform)
Is this a full stack? Does it come with Java? Sorry, I know, puns are the worst… Especially breakfast puns.
That’s why developers talk about
HTML/CSS Part 1: Codecademy and W3schools)
Learning HTML/CSS from tutorials was a good start to get an idea of what types of things they can do, but I find I always learn more from practicing in less controlled conditions.
Enter XAMPP. With this tool, you can host your own HTML/CSS pages
from your own computer, so you can see how they look. Can you hear my excitement?
Continue reading “HTML/CSS Part 2: XAMPP”
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”