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    • with numpy: ********************************** import numpy as np arr1 = np.array(range(1,4))      # [1,2,3] arr2 = np.array(range(4,7))     # [4,5,6] add_arr = arr2 + arr1 print("sums",add_arr) sub_arr = arr2 - arr1 print("differences",sub_arr) multi_arr = arr2 * arr1 print("products",multi_arr) *************************** sums [5 7 9] differences [3 3 3] products [ 4 10 18]
    • a = [4,5,6] b = [1,2,3] answer_list = [(x[0]+x[1],x[0]-x[1], x[0]*x[1]) for x in zip(a,b)] for answer in answer_list:     print("add",answer[0])     print("subtract",answer[1])     print("product", answer[2])     print() ************************ add 5 subtract 3 product 4 add 7 subtract 3 product 10 add 9 subtract 3 product 18
    • To become a web designer, there are several skills and tools that you need to learn. In this article, we will discuss some of the most important things you need to learn to become a successful web designer. Table of Contents Introduction Basic Design Principles HTML and CSS Responsive Web Design JavaScript and jQuery User Experience (UX) Design Graphic Design and Image Editing Content Management Systems (CMS) Conclusion FAQs 1. Introduction Web design involves creating and designing websites that are both visually appealing and functional. To become a successful web designer, you need to have a good understanding of design principles, coding languages, and tools. 2. Basic Design Principles The foundation of web design is a good understanding of basic design principles. This includes things like color theory, typography, layout, and visual hierarchy. You should have a good eye for design and be able to create visually appealing websites that are easy to navigate. 3. HTML and CSS HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are the building blocks of web design. You should have a good understanding of both HTML and CSS to create web pages that are well-structured and visually appealing. You will use HTML to structure the content of a web page, while CSS is used to style and layout the page. 4. Responsive Web Design In today's world, more people access the internet through mobile devices than ever before. Responsive web design is the process of creating websites that are optimized for all devices, including desktops, tablets, and smartphones. You should have a good understanding of responsive web design principles and be able to create websites that are optimized for all devices. 5. JavaScript and jQuery JavaScript is a programming language used to create dynamic and interactive web pages. jQuery is a JavaScript library that makes it easier to write JavaScript code. You should have a good understanding of both JavaScript and jQuery to create interactive and engaging websites. 6. User Experience (UX) Design User Experience (UX) design is the process of designing websites that are easy to use and provide a good user experience. This includes things like user research, usability testing, and creating user personas. You should have a good understanding of UX design principles and be able to create websites that are easy to use and provide a good user experience. 7. Graphic Design and Image Editing As a web designer, you will also need to have a good understanding of graphic design and image editing. This includes things like creating logos, icons, and other visual elements. You should also be proficient in image editing software like Adobe Photoshop or Sketch. 8. Content Management Systems (CMS) Content Management Systems (CMS) like WordPress or Drupal make it easier to create and manage websites. You should have a good understanding of CMS and be able to create websites using these platforms. 9. Conclusion To become a successful web designer, you need to have a good understanding of design principles, coding languages, and tools. By mastering the skills and tools discussed in this article, you can become a successful web designer and create visually appealing and functional websites. 10. FAQs What is web design? Web design is the process of creating and designing websites that are both visually appealing and functional. What is HTML? HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is a markup language used to structure content on the web. What is CSS? CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation of a document written in HTML.  
    • Hi, from Winnipeg I am taking 6 months off from this program to fill-in gaps so as to make myself more job/career/freelance ready, and to prepare for the Final Project My question is:  knowing my level of training, what should I be doing now? The background: I have completed 5 of 6 terms for this 3-year program. I have chosen what the Brits call "web specialism" as my speciality. The compulsory web-relevant skills taught in the first two years to everyone are: programming skills: HTML CSS JS MySQL SQLite3 Postgresql Python nodejs express.js Two HTML templating engines: Handlebars and EJS other skills: wire framing prototypes mocking agile development software design & development The remainder of the compulsory (general) courses are:  math, algorithms and C++ Third(final)-year is the speciality track year. For web specialism: React Native - done (Note: there is no React instruction) Django - done More SQL - done Semantic Web - done Interaction Design - done Still to do (final semester): Unity, C# an elective (I am leaning towards Machine Learning, it could be a niche in web development) the Final Project - putting it all together My concerns: Should I learn React ? (not offered in this program) Any other backend frameworks I should master besides Django? How useful is Unity and C# as a web developer? Would mastering mobile development help my career as a web developer? *********************************************************************************************** For the curious, I attach a spreadsheet outlining the different specialities the University of London (Goldsmiths College) offers at the present time,  with the list of final-year compulsory courses for each speciality, and a list of the eight permitted elective courses for each speciality. Everyone does a Final Project. specialismsSpreadSheet.xlsx
    • Because you will find many projects where elementor and any other builder will not have the features you need.   Stef
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