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rsimsek
@rsimsek
i have finished learnyounode
i am wondering what would be good to carry on after that workshop
Any recommendations would be much appreciated
Alan McGinlay
@amcginlay
It's less hands on but get on YouTube and look up "JavaScript:Understanding The Weird Parts - The First 3.5 Hours" ... the rest of the 11 hour tutorial isn't free but worth the cash.
Jon Kelly
@jkbits1
the stream-adventure workshop is great
Alan McGinlay
@amcginlay
+1 on that too
JonathanWatkins
@JonathanWatkins
Hey everyone. Does anyone know any good resources to help a 15 year old learn CSS and some JavaScript. Trying to find some inspiring projects that they could do in a self guided way.
Alan Shaw
@alanshaw
I made a start on a workshop for this a while ago https://github.com/alanshaw/stylist - might be a little too technical for a 15yo
I usually recommend this for new JavaScript programmers: http://jsforcats.com/
JonathanWatkins
@JonathanWatkins
Nice
Jsforcats is very cool.
I think I'll suggest they start with that.
This lad is into media and design but hadn't considered web design as a creative field.
Samuel Rounce
@srounce
@JonathanWatkins specifically web stuff? or learn programming in general?
ffs accidentally unwatched the repo, was wondering why everything was so quiet
Samuel Rounce
@srounce
yo @alanshaw I’m thinking about posting an event for feb
Alan Shaw
@alanshaw
I'm happy to come and help out - when we're you thinking?
Samuel Rounce
@srounce
sometime following LNUG feb
so either the thursday again (if we can get Makers Academy) or even saturday AM/earlyPM
I’m kinda thinking it’d be nicer to do a saturday and have more time and it be slightly more structured
obv maybe a bit ambitious
I’m guessing LNUG will be 22nd so either 23rd or 25th (if we can get somewhere on a saturday all day)
Samuel Rounce
@srounce
Okay everyone it’s up! Check out #46!
JonathanWatkins
@JonathanWatkins
@srounce this lad is design focused so I thought web might be better. Could get into game programming with a Js library. What do you think?
Samuel Rounce
@srounce
yeah, I was thinking games would be best
or shaders
shaderschool is pretty cool (if a little esoteric if you’re not familiar with the modern graphics pipeline)
Samuel Rounce
@srounce
I think his best bet if he takes that route is to mess around with something like goocreate
write some handler code in JS but mostly everything is WYSIWYG if I recall
then when he wants more control/power he should probably have a go at implementing a simple Entity-Component System
as well as messing with Three.JS
lazlojuly
@lazlojuly
@srounce thanks for re-starting Nodeschool yesterday! It was great to mentor again :sparkles:
Samuel Rounce
@srounce
it was a pleasure
thx again to all who came and of course to @iteles & Founders & Coders for hosting us!
👍👍👍
@lazlojuly when do you wanna meet and try and get a real plan together for next month? (Anyone else up for this too?)
Ines Teles Correia
@iteles
<3 It was a pleasure to have you! Thanks to @lucymonie for covering the afternoon!!
Samuel Rounce
@srounce
indeed!
Lucy Monie Hall
@lucymonie
My pleasure!
Kash
@kkarimi
Hi all, this is Kash from Code Your Future (codeyourfuture.co) we are a free coding school for refugees and asylum seekers. We are looking for mentors and volunteers to help in the next couple of weeks with using Node and databases, if you are interested please send me a message here or email us at contact@codeyourfuture.co
Hannah Tucker McLellan
@hannahintech
Yes thanks for the session yesterday! I learnt so much from you @srounce! After my first kata in codewars and then the workshop yesterday, I feel like I finally broke a barrier and I'm ready to get further ahead with my js journey!
Faris Oweis
@faris_says_twitter
Hey guys- thought I'd drop a note here on a couple events I'm running during London Tech Week you might find interesting - i know a good amount of you have signed up already
We’re a global smart city platform launching smart.london next week. We’re asking Londoners to make product they think will make London better. Also paying £5,000 and taking the winning product owner to Miami to deploy their platform and engage a similar community there next. Giving a talk at The Collective tomorrow and also create a pop up workspace at the Town Hall Hotel for the 13th- food/drink and all that jazz included. Plus meet global smart city experts.
DV
@iamdv
Hi - When is the next Node School London event? Thank you
Dario Costanzo
@dariocostanzo
Dario Costanzo @dariocostanzo 17:58
hi people, does anyone know a a good javascript course in London? part time and face to face possibly
HowdyHero
@HowdyHero
hello guys
Michelle
@msmichellegar
Hello! Does anyone have a good quality version of this photo?
I want to use it for a presentation!
london5-1.jpg