Monthly Archives: August 2014

August
30
2014

August – Week 4

We’re flirting with danger, moving out of the comfort zone with fashioned with WordPress and into the thorny ill-fitting world of Drupal. But soberly I’ll intone to re-assure that Drupal is neither prickly nor uncomfortable, I actually quite like it, and it’s worth knowing. You might have seen people comparing the market share of Drupal and WordPress, demonstrating that WordPress kicks Drupal all over the park here, however we know better than to judge it simply on this. (more…)

August
18
2014

August – Week 3

Fakery and chicanery, sounds like a movement in the history of furniture design, but it’s not; I’m afraid I made a bit of a faux pas this week, I created and I’m now displaying a couple of websites for businesses: businesses that don’t exist. I had been warned off doing this by a few things I’d read on the internet, though, let’s be clear that I do clearly state the fictional nature of the websites. (I don’t wish to upset anybody) Although they sit in my Bee Smart portfolio (more…)

August
09
2014

August – Week 2

Remember May – Week 3 when I landed that bombshell upon you, a bombshell with a big fat label that read “You Don’t Know JavaScript”. Well, if you’ve finished the “Learn JS properly” curriculum, (or at least gotten to week 7) you’re making good progress. At this point I had a working quiz (more…)

August
04
2014

August – Week 1

This week I got really into using codeabbey, it’s a strange retro looking site, but one that I think has a lot of value. I didn’t expect to stay but solving the problems became quite addictive and I became aware that it was a building on what I’d learnt at Codecademy and ‘Learn JS properly.’ You’re given solid introductions to the problems that cover important areas such as encryption (more…)