Thursday, November 5, 2015

Reflection on my Pomodoro Clock solution

I just completed the Free Code Camp Basic Front End Development Project - Build a Pomodoro Clock.

This project really fired my imagination and I quickly decided that I wanted to create something that pushed me to learn new techniques and to create something with a nice look and feel.

Sunday, October 11, 2015

Review of my Local Weather app


I just finished the Free Code Camp Intermediate Front End Development Project - Zipline: Show the Local Weather. I really enjoyed this assignment and the learning experience was quite good. I want to document my approach and some issues that have arisen since publishing the app.

Missy Elliot for when it's raining :)

Down the Rabbit Hole!


 
So....... I have started learning Javascript.

And......

I LOVE it!

I am creating apps following the Free Code Camp curriculum. It's really enjoyable and I'm learning a lot.

I will be using this site to document the work I do and things I am learning.


Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Send and receive large files easily

Just a quick tip -

There are lots of resources out there to send large files over the Internet, but let's say you want someone to send you a file with the least amount of hassle.

Note - Google account needed

Monday, July 6, 2015

Ubuntu School Computer Lab

Why Ubuntu for a school computer lab?

The computers in the lab have been running on Windows 7 but due to a few issues over the years I decided that during summer school I would move then all to Ubuntu.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Old but amazing post about encoding email addresses on websites

http://techblog.tilllate.com/2008/07/20/ten-methods-to-obfuscate-e-mail-addresses-compared/

Maybe the techniques in this post have already been compromised by spammers but I love the techniques here and the duration of the study. Great work and beautiful ideas.