it's not difficult the MIS guys shut them all down correctly we just unplug them package them load them into the truck it moves them to the new building and then we rerack them run the cables etc MIS doublechecks everything and boots it up
My name is Lily and many of you already know me! I have dabbled in computers and programming for many years. I've done some minor web development and such for over a decade but lots of things have changed so I've started from the beginning. I am a Computer Science major at MCCC.
My name is Jon Herman I went to montco like 10 years ago lol but I went to high school with Rob. My only programming experience is html 2 / 3 and what I've done in the last couple weeks. I'm currently working as a Net Admin for Lansdale Library been here 8yrs but looking to use this to move on in the near future.
actually make that 15yrs ago I was there when the plane hit the trade center
it seems like it would but it's just making my life a pain right now because everything comes back with some sort of error and the errors never have any real detail. I tried using the youtube player api I copy and pasted the exact code youtube says I need to set it up and it says unexpected ending or some weird thing lol
on an up note I think I'm just about ready to turn it in if people would like to see it.
ok, so now that I submitted that project I begin working on the one you showed us earlier afterward I would apply for the front end cert at which point they'll take a couple days and come back and either say granted or say work on x y and z and then come back
unfortunately the company who was providing the software is no more they were completely FOSS but asked for a 15 dollar donation each time you downloaded it. I don't believe the source code is out there anymore and I've never found anything else that was free
the color guesser game I wrote during the class. My code is similar to the course one, but different in places. He would introduce what we were going to do next, and then I would pause it and just do it. Sometimes his way would be better and I would change it, sometimes not. Sometimes later he would change something to be the way I did it first. It was quite fun.
You can combine knowledge of spreadsheet formulas, CSS, and regex to make a formula like =VALUE(REGEXREPLACE(IMPORTXML("https://www.freecodecamp.com/davidjcastner","//h1[@class='flat-top text-primary']"),"(\[|\])", ""))
Sorry I'm a little late to the party! My name is Mercedes and I have earned my bachelor's degree computer science with a major in database programming in 2015. I am currently applying to go back for my graduate degree in web development. I have been coding in various different coding languages for a few years, but have not been coding much until recently so I am trying to refresh my memory. I also love cats and video games.
I found it through the first section of FCC and I wanted to find people in my area that had the same interests in coding as I do. I also wanted to find a friendly community to help answer questions or share helpful tips and MontCode seems to be just that
Great! I am currently starting the first project for the tribute page, and no lie I am drawing a small blank on what to do. I started it, but I am having trouble integrating what I learned of bootstrap since I have mostly worked with just html/css
@mluteman The community college here has a GREAT facebook group that shares awesome information. Don't need to be a student to join. Figured I'd share as you were looking for friendly techie communities. @kmartinphd has put in an amazing effort in making it a great community. https://www.facebook.com/groups/380843528763147/