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Back to school
When I finished the WDI course back in June 2013, I was asked if I’d be interested in teaching the Front-End Web Development (FEWD) course
Summer in the city
So after finishing the WDI course with General Assembly and hanging out in White Bear Yard for such a long time, I was thrilled to be offered a software developer position at Mixlr
Getting a grip on gibbon
If your running a website then there's a high probability you'll need a mailing list to keep your users up to date with the latest news
Well 12 weeks went very fast, but I'm thrilled to say I've finished the GA WDI program and for my final project completed
Stoking the embers
After first reading about Ember I've been looking for a little project to build to try it out. The typical go to app people build when experimenting is a To Do list
So we're 9 weeks into the WDI program at GA and I can't quite believe how quickly its gone. We've covered a lot in this time and today I'm happy to publish my latest project
Playing with Twilio
So the nice guys over at Twilio were kind enough to provide me with a US$30 credit to have a play around with their service.
Working with Wordpress
Love it or hate it, you can't deny that Wordpress is now one of the most popular options for building websites.
One week down at WDI and already I'm hooked. The first week has been all about Ruby & GIT, no messing around just straight into coding.