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Web design apps like Dreamweaver are fine, but if you want to be able to build modern responsive HTML5 based websites, then these apps will get in the way of you learning (because you have to learn the app on top of the code) … and will actually slow you down!
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February 26, 2017
Video is common on the Web, and it is almost essential for many websites. In this article, I will give you a quick overview on how to produce video, the tools you can use, and what I’ve learned over the last 14 years of producing video for my websites and web apps.
February 17, 2017
I’ve been developing websites and apps since the 1990’s, and been teaching code and producing code courses since 2003. One very important element of an effective code training curriculum, is having the students write actual code. When it comes to understanding the concepts of code, it cannot be overstated how important writing actual code is. …
February 16, 2017
My father was a teacher for most of his career, and he taught me that courses had to be first and foremost, fun and engaging. He taught several trades, and so used a lot of physical demonstrations to keep students interested. In his welding class, he would have students create a weld, and then have …