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  1. One of the hardest aspects of getting a coding classroom up and running, is just getting the software installed on the workstation. After considering a many options, we decided to go with the web coding languages, since all computers already have the software you need. To teach HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript, all you need is a web browser (Chrome, Firefox etc …) and the built-in simple text editor that comes with Windows, Macs and Chromebooks. … No need to install software! HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript, have all you need! Another advantage of teaching code with the web languages, is that they are the most important languages in coding today. With the web languages, you can teach students to all the major coding / programming concepts, as they learn the most popular languages used in industry today. With HTML5 and CSS3, students learn what is called ‘client side’ coding. They will learn how the visual parts of programs are created. These concepts are universal; so once they learn user interface creation with HTML5 and CSS3, they will know how it is done in just about all programming languages. JavaScript in 2018-19 JavaScript is arguably the most important programming language in the world. JavaScript is used in so many areas of programming (client-side web apps, server apps, ML etc …), and its popularity is only increasing. For example, with JavaScript’s Node.js, Netflix is able to create their amazing video streaming software. If you want your students to learn real-world programming, JavaScript is your language. StudioWeb’s Turn-key Code Curriculum We’ve been working for schools for over 6 years now, and the StudioWeb program and curriculum has been refined based on what teachers and students have taught us. Our code curriculum makes it fun, and easy for both teachers and students: Over 300 short video lessons. Over 1400 engaging quiz questions and coding challenges. 57 assignments and grading rubrics. Auto grading by course, chapter and lesson – teachers don’t need to know code! Gamified engaging learning. With as little as 20 minutes of prep, teachers with no experience with coding can have their classroom up and running! Give us a call to set up a demo … it only takes a few minutes to set up!
  2. hello, i had a interview online today for an entry level front end developer position, and i did well on the multiple choice questions online. They consisted of basic to intermediate questions on html/css and some general programming questions that werent too mind bending. After i had passed their questionnare i was given coding questions that had to be figured out. I couldnt even make it out of the first question which asked me how to reverse a “binary tree” through javascript code. Needless to say, i felt frustrated because all the tutorials on coding never prepared me for a question like that. Supposedly that was one of the easiest coding questions they gave me. Anyways, i ended up flunking their test. it also made me wonder if im pursuing the right career choice if i cant pass the easiest coding question they had? Do i enjoy coding? Absolutely! but maybe it should be a hobby now instead of a career change. I was definitely humbled by this experience and wondered what i could of done to be better prepared?
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