Still it was a great time and it’s fun. On day 9 I had my first experience coding with others and loved it!
Today we learned some good stuff: I did not understand the syntax for function expressions v. function declarations. I also brought up one issue I have always had, closures, and the TA told me in a PM that we would be covering it soon. How to pass values between functions and functions within functions are some hard things for me. I did ask about the level of math needed and the instructor, Jeslyn said the use of it depends on the program. Good news 8^)
So we discussed advanced CSS. I am still doing some catch-up on Flexbox, but I get the gist. There are a variety of people in class, all smart and near where I am in dev. Things are picking up.
Just getting bearings with gitlab. I’ve had my own github for a bit now, but finally using it. Lot of people of different backgrounds in class. There are no dumb questions! 8^)
Brushed off the old CSS skills. Pretty standard stuff, but with a few different understandings on OO.
Eager to see what this is like. Will update!
Update: This was a good beginning. I’m getting the gaps in knowledge filled in. Personable staff and students probably about my experience level at most things. We just worked on using git and the command line.
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