It’s no secret that coding bootcamps are hot right now.
So, I thought it would be fun to do a “before and after” piece, looking at an individual pre-bootcamp and then post-bootcamp.
As it turns out, I found two people – Australian twin sisters Jacqui and Angela Mikulasev. At the time I am writing this, these sisters have just begun their immersive web development bootcamp with General Assembly (GA) in Sydney.
CodeHS is spreading CS curriculum to high school classrooms across the country. However, CodeHS is more than just an online course for students. The CodeHS program also acts as a teaching aid, support system, grade tracker, and much more.
But, before continuing, I must mention that this review is different from the others. While I’ve personally completed all the other courses and tutorials I review on Learn to Code With Me, I simply can’t replicate the classroom setting to fully immerse myself in the CodeHS curriculum.
As a coder, finding a text editor that works for you is critical. You’ll be spending tons of time working in it, so get cozy.
For those just getting started and wondering about text editors, why they’re important and which to use – keep reading.
What is a text editor?
The formal definition is: “A text editor is a type of program used for editing plain text files.”
Essentially, a text editor is a program on you computer that allows you to create and edit a range of programming language files.
I don’t say this lightly: Lindsey Austinson may be one of the sweetest people I have yet to come by on my coding journey.
Not only did Lindsey offer enlightening information about her profession – user experience (UX) – (something I am not so familiar with), she also shared great advice for beginners wanting to break into the coding world. Advice that makes you want to keep pushing along with the going gets tough.
When I first began Learn to Code With Me (LTCWM) a few months ago, I just wanted to get it up and running. I didn’t want to bury myself in creating a website from scratch – it would take too long to complete.
However, the more I continued to create content for LTCWM, build the readership, etc., the more I wanted to transfer off the generic WordPress theme I started with.
The problem, though,