I have some good news!

Hi everybody, sorry for being away for so long, but I can make up for my absence with my long alluded-to announcement! I will now officially be taking classes at Baton Rouge Community College in pursuit of a Certificate in Computer Network Engineering! This is a year long program that is designed as a preparation […]

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I am still here

Hi everyone. I know it has been a minute since I have posted on here, but I am just dropping by to say that I will still be active on here, but that extenuating circumstances have prevented me from engaging in any web development projects. However, the big announcement that I have been alluding to […]

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My Intuit Mint Page

Yello. I am just stopping by really quick to inform all of you that I have almost completed the next challenge on the Odin Project, which is to recreate the Intuit Mint sign up/login page. Even though this assignment only requires the use of HTML & CSS, I thought I would up the ante by […]

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My YouTube Page

Hello. I am just stopping by really quickly to say that my YouTube has in its essentials been completed. As always, I will be providing a link to the CodePen page for the project below, and constructive criticism. For my next project, I think I will continue on with the HTML & CSS sections on […]

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Object Oriented JavaScript

Today has been rather interesting. I have finished the first 3 lessons of the Object Oriented JavaScript course offered by Udacity. So far, I have gone over Scope, Closures, and the various subtleties of the parameter ‘this’. The Scope and Closure lessons were rather straightforward, as the conceptual basis of scope in JavaScript is actually […]

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Gotta love JavaScript.

Hello everyone. As you all know, I have been working through Udacity’s JavaScript Basics course. I have stopped by to say that I finished the course earlier this morning. I am now working my way through the Intro to jQuery course, which is also run by Udacity. This course has been fairly straightforward, but I […]

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