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Day 1: HTML and building a basic web page.
Day 2: Basic CSS, and making web pages pretty.
Day 3: Advanced CSS Layout — starting to build a home page with a portfolio site.
Day 4: Forms and Embedding Fonts, Maps and 3rd party tools like YouTube — adding these concepts into the portfolio site with a contact form and map embed.
Day 5: Using GitHub pages to put the portfolio website online, plus starting next week’s calculator application look and feel.
Day 6&7: Individual work on assignments during the weekend with Office Hours.
Day 8: Show and Tell the Weekend Projects, and an intro to programming with If, Variable Functions. This day's instruction will include CodePen JS Exercises.
Day 9: Solutions to JS Exercises, plus Objects and Arrays illustrated through more CodePen Exercises
Day 10: Solutions to JS Exercises + DOM with the calculator project, leading into building a Whack-A-Mole Game.
Day 11: Covering integrating 3rd party libraries into your website, Brian will walk you through adding ‘PopMotion Library to your Portfolio site.
Day 12: Integrating play by using everything you’ve learned — you’ll make a complex interactive web game. The day will end with a Show and Tell of this Capstone project, followed by a celebration!
For online attendees, a $10 donation is required to participate. 100% of the money collected will be donated to non-profits who focus on developer outreach and promote diversity in tech.
The leading nonprofit organization empowering women through coding, confidence, and community.
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The first program in the US to provide in-prison software engineering training.
An international nonprofit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers.