Tag Archives: Git

@gSchool Week 14

Last night, our class held a mid-gSchool celebration (organized by EmilyPlatzer and Rachel Logie). As Emily was taking the photo (above), I remember feeling such joy! The day was beautiful with a gorgeous view of the Flatirons and I was surrounded by an amazing group … Continue reading

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@gSchool Week 9

You won’t hear it from me often, but the week flew by at gSchool. Focus was largely on building team-based CRUD Rails apps to manage media items (pictures as well as YouTube & Vimeo videos). A main intent was to acclimate us … Continue reading

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@gSchool Week 6

This week was all about reviewing content taught during the first five weeks of gSchool. Students were given the opportunity to work solo, in pairs or in groups to run through previous topics covered in class. After ordering the topics based … Continue reading

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@gSchool Week 3

This week’s gSchool highlights included solidifying an understanding of how Test-Driven Development (TDD) works and gaining a much higher comfort level using Git and GitHub. Quite a bit of ‘free’ time was also spent reviewing Ruby basics to strengthen weak … Continue reading

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@gSchool Week 1

What a week! Following months of anticipation, we finally started programming bootcamp as gSchool’s first Boulder cohort. There are 26 students consisting of 12 women and 14 men. We range from having four months self-taught coding experience to years of … Continue reading

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Turtles

This week, I started to read Cross-Train Your Brain: A Mental Fitness Program for Maximizing Creativity and Achieving Success. The book is intended to bring together tools to help improve creativity, mental agility and well-being. Although I’ve finished three chapters, it’s … Continue reading

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