It was a joy to interview
@IdeasDoneDaily with @roblee4 for the @BelovedJournal podcast! I’m still thinking about Jim’s insight to learn Hebrew and HTML while in seminary, to connect the ancient with the contemporary. Listen in for this and other insights! https://twitter.com/IdeasDoneDaily/status/1404082507079892994 …
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JS, #Python, CSS, HTML, design, accessibility, speed resources & insights from Jess herself. Clearly not your usual roundup.https://twitter.com/jessthebp/status/1404865228970549250 …
We are proud to celebrate our 4000 users, only 3 months after our launch on
@ProductHunt in December 20.
4000 people who can now transform their @figmadesign and @sketch components into reusable React/Vue/Html clean and reusable code.
A big THANK YOU for your insights so far! pic.twitter.com/LC2F7rhwqc
We do it. It was very difficult at first. After years doing it, I would say we're pretty good at it. If you'd like, I can share some insights from our years of hiring exceptional vanilla JS, HTML and CSS engineers.
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Huge thanks to
@speediecelt for hosting our #TYs @insight_centre @nuigalway a fantastic HTML & Coding workshop coupled with a visit to the Computer & Communications Museum as well as a Climate Action discussion! #STEAM #ClimateAction @stjarlaths @galwayscience @WorldWise_Irl pic.twitter.com/xru59EkPeS
New course: Reporting with R Markdown! This is an easy-to-use formatting language to reveal insights from data and author findings as a PDF, HTML file, or Shiny app. Create/modify each element of a Markdown file, including the code, text, and metadata. http://datacamp.com/courses/reporting-with-rmarkdown …pic.twitter.com/pntz0Vq5jE
Working on that self-contained, flipbook that you can just embed into an HTML from an Rmarkdown file. But finding it tricky, esp. w/ blogdown. More here: https://evamaerey.github.io/flipbooks/flipbook_mini/flipbook_mini … ideas & insights welcome!
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