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Free Code Camp and It's Community

  • When I started posting my coding projects on Twitter and connecting with other developers I discovered my next educational resource that everyone seemed to be talking about.
  • Every section of content ends in roughly five portfolio projects to show off your work to potential employers.
  • As I was making my way through the front end libraries section trying to learn React and Redux I discovered the very helpful discussion forum.
  • A mix of new coders and others with experience trying to learn something new.
  • I would recommend this site to anybody looking to either start coding or learn a new library for work.
  • As somebody who can’t afford to go to a coding bootcamp or go back to school and get my CS degree this site is a cost effective alternative to build my portfolio and go out into the workforce as a freelance coder.

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Free Code Camp and It's Community

  • When I started posting my coding projects on Twitter and connecting with other developers I discovered my next educational resource that everyone seemed to be talking about.
  • Every section of content ends in roughly five portfolio projects to show off your work to potential employers.
  • As I was making my way through the front end libraries section trying to learn React and Redux I discovered the very helpful discussion forum.
  • A mix of new coders and others with experience trying to learn something new.
  • I would recommend this site to anybody looking to either start coding or learn a new library for work.
  • As somebody who can’t afford to go to a coding bootcamp or go back to school and get my CS degree this site is a cost effective alternative to build my portfolio and go out into the workforce as a freelance coder.

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Framework Hell

  • As I learned Javascript over the past year, I was focused mostly on the front end.
  • I also learned Apex, the back end language for Salesforce--which I'm involved with during my day job.
  • I can't stop thinking about all the cool things that the back end lets me dream up.
  • That's ironic because I got this impression at first that back end development was this stuffy and non-creative place.
  • As I said before, I work in Salesforce development and they built their own front-end framework based on Web Components called Lightning Web Components, and follows all of its rules.
  • I think eventually, we will probably use Web Components instead of these virtual dom frameworks.
  • Hasn't compatibility always been the big elephant in the room with web development?
  • I know personally, I am going to look into things like Polymer for future front end projects.

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Bergen: Trump gets amnesia on Iran

  • Earlier this month, Trump said he could be open to meeting with Rouhani at the UN General Assembly in New York, which begins next week.
  • Iran is turning up the heat against the Saudis as well as the United States following the re-imposition of US sanctions against the Iranians by the Trump administration last year.
  • President Trump tweeted Sunday that the United States is "locked and loaded depending on verification" of who was behind Saturday's attack in Saudi Arabia.
  • Trump has gone from threatening "fire and fury" on the North Koreans to declaring his "love" for Kim Jong Un. Now Trump has only an acting national security adviser in place to coordinate the range of military and diplomatic courses of action he might choose from to retaliate against Iran at a time when he has his first genuine foreign policy crisis to deal with.

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This NFL team left the field on fire...literally

  • Shortly before the game began, the team's pyrotechnic equipment glitched, sparking a small fire near the north end zone.
  • Talk about coming in hot.
  • Here's how it went down: Titans players erupted out of the locker room and onto the field while bursts of fire shot high into the air around them -- a familiar sight for anyone who's sat in on a stadium spectacle.
  • But a blaze of glory this was not.
  • Something went wrong along the way, and a fire scorched the sideline after the players had cleared the field.
  • No one was injured, ESPN reported.
  • It was quickly extinguished, but the excitement wasn't.
  • The real showdown began at kickoff.
  • Titans management hasn't commented on the fire, but at least they can say the team left the field on fire, win or lose.

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