Week of Nov 13th – 17th

Week of Nov 13th – 17th For the 3rd week of the Web Module, the class had the opportunity to finally dive into Javascript while using Git to upload the exercises online. With the introduction to Javascript, I have gotten to get acquainted with the following concepts. Data Types To start off, Kurt went over some of the…

Week of Nov 6th – 10th

Week Nov 6th – 10th CSS Float and Flexbox For the week of Nov 6th – 10th, the class went over going more into CSS, Flexbox, Git, and GitHub. While it was a good amount of new materials, the classes felt satisfying with seeing styling of websites come to look. CSS was looked into from…

Week of Nov 1st – 3rd

For the first week of the Web Module, there was few resources and materials that was gone over. Although it was just first two days of class for the first week, the class went over a lot in terms of HTML, CSS, File structures, and resources to look to. HTML was the first section that…

Dodge the Squares (Finals Oct 27th)

For the following final assignment, I tried going for “dodge the square” game by moving your mouse cursor around in the canvas. Originally, I was attempting to have the triangle in the background rotate in animation while having the left and right side spawn randomized color triangles to aim for a dynamic style of particles…

Peer Work (Classwork Oct 24th)

For the peer work, I teamed up with Brandon. During the duration of the class, Brandon and I agreed to try to accomplish code that can get done in time while the codes we are both explaining to each other is understandable enough to make it work. So for the two programs, the goal was…

A/B Testing Google Optimize Event (External Event Assignment Oct 23rd)

For the external event assignment,  I went to attend to the Google Optimize event hosted by Jon Meck who is a Techincal Marketing Manager from LunaMetrics and held at Galvanize. Google Optimize is a free A/B testing service from Google that lets site owners or businesses have a more in-depth information on web traffic data…

Class, Objects, Arrays (Assignments Oct 23rd)

HW: 1.) Refactor a previous code project to include at least one function you define and is modularized using a class and object you define. 2.) Use an array to make more than one object appear and do something. Comment each line to describe how the program works and what is different from the original…

Motivational Success Board (Assignment Oct 27th)

1. Create a blog post using WordPress. On the blog you will present your “Motivational Success Board”. That board will be a combination of: A. Your inspirations/aspirations Include pictures and quotes that inspire you, include pictures and information linked to your goals aspirations. B. Your motivation Reminders of why completing the program successfully is important…

Career Planning (Assignment Oct 22nd)

Create a blog post using WordPress to summarize what you learned during the Career Planning section of the Vestibule since the first day. Include your career goal upon completion of the program. What positions are you hoping to apply for upon graduation? What type of company are you hoping to work with? Research 3 job…

Coding Challenge (Assignment Oct 19th)

In the Assignments folder in the class Dropbox, locate the processingA2Z archive. Download, unzip and place the folder into your Processing folder. You can find the Processing folder in the Documents folder from Finder –> Go –> Documents –> Processing. The folder should appear in the menu when you open Processing. There are 14 code…

Checkerboard (Team Assignment Oct 18th)

Update your blog to discuss items covered in class (variables, data types, assignment, and operators). For October 18, the class had the chance to dive into variables, different data types, operations used in Processing, and grouped into teams to work together on modding code that was presented throughout the class. During the duration of this…