•Read more →: No Code, Low Code & Honeycode
Honeycode is still in beta but if you enjoy working with tools like Excel and Access I have a feeling you’ll enjoy exploring what this tool has to offer in terms of opportunities to build quickly and bring those ideas to life.
•Read more →: Learning the Skills for Your Next Job
Now that we’ve reviewed some of the in-demand skills for today’s (and tomorrow’s) workforce, let’s review how we can gain those skills. Obviously, college is one option but thanks to the Internet and organizations like Google, AWS, Harvard University and HubSpot, it’s no longer the only option.
Read more →: Hypertext Markup Language or Hot Tomato Makes Lasagna?
New year, new students, new lessons at Logan Hocking Middle School’s Coding Club and we started with a refresher of things we learned from the Fall semester with a fun Kahoot! game. What I love about Kahoot! is that students and adults of all ages appreciate the platform for a little competition and prizes and…
Read more →: Day 2 of Developing on AWS training
Failures are important. I remind my students of that when they struggle with understanding or completing an assignment and during our labs I kept repeating that mantra to soothe my own ego and frustration on successfully completing the lab.
Read more →: Day 1 of Developing on AWS Training
While my preference for these types of training is in person, the virtual training is in real-time with the instructor and other participants so it is easier to stay engaged during the full-day training. An added bonus (or maybe a hindrance – depends on how you look at it) is the company of dogs looking…
Read more →: Round Two to Awesome Web Sh*t
As I start on this journey to learning and understanding feel free to join me on the Facebook Page Awesome Web Sh*t and follow along this blog to share and join in the fun of learning about Amazon Web Services and all the “awesome web shit” that we can do with it.