The slide deck for our October workshop: Getting Hired in Tech.
About Chazona Baum
Chazona is a Principal Technologist at MAXX Potential. She tackles challenges using a variety of languages and technologies, from front end fixes to API creation and workflow automation. Chazona is a self-taught developer building on a decade of customer service experience, lending her to being passionate about self-directed education and advocating for expanded opportunities for those from non-traditional backgrounds.
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If you missed Build a Website Workshop: WordPress 101 this weekend, never fear! Please view Chazona’s slide deck below:
If you missed Simple Single Page Static Webpage Slide Deck, never fear! Please view Jechonia’s slide deck below:
If you missed Career Paths in Tech: It’s Not All Code this weekend, or joined us and wanted a copy of Guillermo’s slide deck, it can be viewed entirely in this post.
Do you have graphic design experience or think you can make something great? 757ColorCoded is searching for a cohesive brand identity as it grows. We need a clearly read and understood logo that can be scaled as needed. To complete the branding, it would be helpful to have a color palette and typography as well. […]
757ColorCoded will offer scholarships to Hampton Roads DevFest!
Ok, so we recently walked through getting started building a Node.js Twitter bot and then actually putting together functions to make it work. When we left off you had a really cool Twitter bot that acts automatically. Hopefully you?ve added some functions or features that really make it your own. Problem is, it?s not much […]
This is the second part of a two-part series on creating a Twitter bot. In the first part, we reviewed setting up Twitter credentials for the bot, ensured we have Node and NPM available, and began working with our directory structure and Twitter API module. In this second part, we?ll go over using the API […]
When just starting out with Node.js, piecing together a front- and back-end and successfully deploying the app can be a bit intimidating. A great way to get your feet wet working with Node.js and deploying to Heroku without having a front-end to deal with is by making a Twitter bot. Not only are they incredibly […]