Category Archives: myLearning

PrezPlayPro Progress

I’ve made so much progress since I last revised my schema in Nov 2017. Most of that progress has been in the last week — two weeks at the very most. The Mobile Web Specialist nanodegree program I’m in as … Continue reading

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Mentor to the Masses

Check it out — I answered my first bona fide StackOverflow question! I’m practically the greatest programmer and teacher in history now. Pretty much.

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Kick-ASS!

I so can not freaking wait to collaborate and create with my fellow #GoogleUdacityScholars in the next phase!

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Data Journalism Roxor My Soxor

I think I’ve decided on my niche and what RoxorSoxor is to be. Now going through Doing Journalism with Data: First Steps, Skills and Tools and the Google News Initiative‘s Fundamentals course while waiting to find out if I am … Continue reading

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“Just in cases” – Aurelia from Love, Actually

I don’t want to go against all the advice in books like The Secret and You Are a Badass but I just answered a post in the Grow With Google Udacity Mobile Web Developer forums about what we’ll do if … Continue reading

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Promises for Five-Year-Olds

This is a work in progress … I’m happily going through the Grow with Google Challenge Scholarship: Mobile Web course at Udacity. We use javascript promises throughout which I kinda sorta basically understood the basic concept of. I didn’t completely … Continue reading

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PHP Beach Party

The post title was going to be “Swimming in PHP” but I’m also just relaxing on PHP Beach. And dancing on PHP Beach with Annette Funicello, Yvonne Craig and Bettie Page who all take turns praising my mad PHP skillz. … Continue reading

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