I hope you are just as inspired this Monday as I am! ⠀
I read a quote that went like this: “Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions. The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely you will have even more to express gratitude for.” ⠀
This quote really hit the spot and I would like to say that I am very Grateful for all of you and for our growing Data Science community? ⭐⠀
Tell me one thing you are grateful for today ✨?
1 week ago
It is a slow process, but quitting won’t get you there either! ⠀
How many times on your coding journey have you thought to yourself “I am not good enough”, “I will not succeed”, “look how easy everybody else makes this look”. ⠀
STOP! 🛑Stop comparing yourself to others! The only person you should compare yourself with is Yourself! Everybody has their only learning process and even experts have been where you are now. ⠀
So take your time and study every concept, and remember everything you do Today, is a step forward for where you want to BE! ⠀
Happy Monday friends!
3 days ago
Hello you there. Today I gonna give a deeper look into components in React. My plan is to complete 1 or two modules of the React course this week. After that, I will try to make some simple app. But I still font know what yet 😛. And you, why are your plans or projects for this week? ✨
⇰ Today I started another course from @rocketseat_oficial. This time I'm building the Twitter home page with CSS Flexbox only. ⠀
⇰ Gonna focus in JS and CSS for a while.⠀
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1 day ago
Meet our Teaching Assistants 😍
Meet Kaylin, our power-woman & teaching assistant in Berlin🏋️♀️
Kaylin used to be a high-school teacher in the US, before deciding to move to Berlin and learning to code at Le Wagon! She now works as a full-stack developer at @charly.education while also teaching our Women's Coding Days and helping out students at our bootcamp.
In her own words 💬
"I understand how intimidating it can be to make the drastic career change to web development. As a teaching assistant, I enjoy helping others traverse the new challenges and celebrate the successes that accompany learning to code."
We love Python's namedtuples. They're this great middle ground between classes and tuples, where you get structure and definition, but also speed of use and simplicity.⠀
We've just written about them, and would love to share that with you.⠀
Click on our profile and the link there to read our latest blog post!
1 day ago
[Day 32 of 100] 👨🏻💻
The 3 basic concepts for making a site interactive
1• Selecting elements on the page
2• Manipulating elements
3• Listening for user actions
Yesterday, I did the first step by being introduced to ways of grabbing elements based from their tags, id, class, and more. Well today, I worked with the second and third step which was way more interesting and fun.
It was really playful and if you're a creative person, you can do sooo much as to make your website really great!
Learning all this makes me excited to start working on my Unit 3 project, which is to make a Sign-up /Log-in form. Altho I still have to finish one more section of my JS DOM course and another whole section about jQuery. And then, onwards to Unit 3 project 📚 📝
Hoping everyone had a great Tuesday 💯