Quality code is important for successful websites. You also need someone who can discuss technical concepts and functionality with non technical people. I am a new breed of social nerd who can translate geek speak to human language.
I am a full stack web developer; I write both frontend code (like html/css and js) and backend code (like php). For years I wrote my code using just a text editor. I know how code works. This old school approach let's me get to the root of a problem when that helpful framework or content management system isn't working as expected.
With campuses across the Greater Toronto Area Seneca offers degrees, diplomas and certificates renowned for their quality by combining the highest academic standards with practical, hands-on learning.
Using the right tools help web sites come together faster and easier.
Seneca's Interactive Media Design program offers knowledge on design, development, implementation and management of digital strategies and multimedia applications. I've had the opportunity to teach all levels of the web development class.
Students learn the fundamentals of web development including HTML, CSS and best practices for clean, easy to read code. Concepts include responsive web development and CSS flexbox.
As students finish the program they learn about restful APIs and single page applications basics with React. Discussion topics include the importance of self learning and how they can be a part of emerging technologies.
Each episode focuses on one aspect of web development. Sometimes we have a discussion with an industry expert but just as often it's the podcast team clowning around. Actionable advice is provided for DIY website owners as well as advice on how to work with or choose and expert.
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