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What is jQuery, and Should You Learn it in 2018?

Published 11th December 2018
3 minute read

Crush the DigitalCrafts Code Assessment with These Tips

If you're applying for a coding bootcamp, you might be mystified as to why you're asked to complete a code assessment. Clearly, you don't know how to program yet! But from our perspective, the assessment help us make sure that everyone who attends our classes is at a common baseline and ready to learn more complex topics. Here are our top tips for successfully completing the DigitalCrafts code assessment.

Published 3rd December 2018
3 minute read

What is a Coding Bootcamp?

Since they emerged in 2011, coding bootcamps have been instrumental in addressing the ever-growing gap between demand (high) and supply (low) for software developers. But, "accelerated learning programs" are still a relatively new concept. So, "What is a coding bootcamp?"

Published 22nd November 2018
10 minute read

Summer Coding Bootcamps in Atlanta


We've compiled a list of summer coding camps in the Greater Atlanta area that teaches kids various skills such as app creation, mobile & web development, and in some cases, robotics.

Published 22nd May 2018
10 minute read

Learn to Code: Top 10 Free Resources

Believe it or not, it's possible to learn to code for free! Whether you've some knowledge of coding or you just started today, these resources can help you learn to code at your own pace. 

Published 6th December 2017
5 minute read

Getting Started with JavaScript Promises: Part 1

A look at JavaScript Promises, which are now native in the ES6 release. Say goodbye to Bluebird, Q, etc., if you've been using them. If you haven't yet, welcome one of those big changes that will make a difference in your code!

Published 15th August 2017
10m minute read

Getting Started with Node.js: Part 4

Part 4 of Getting Started with Node.js. In Part 1, we installed Node.js and ran our "hello world" file through the command console. In Part 2, we took the same file and set up a Node.js server, and ran the file in the browser. In Part 3 we moved the content of our "page" to an HTML file. In Part 4 we will add a form to our HTML, submit it to our server, and accept the information on the new page.

Published 21st June 2017
10m minute read

Getting Started with Node.js: Part 3

Part 3 of Getting Started with Node.js. In Part 1, we installed Node.js and ran our "hello world" file through the command console. In Part 2 we took the same file and set up a Node.js server, and ran the file in the browser. In Part 3 we will move the content of our "page" to an html file.

Published 2nd June 2017
10m minute read

Student Blog: Best Text Editors and IDEs for Web Development

The first essential thing for all developers to square away is their development environment. In this article, recent Alumnus Andy Tuttle compares some of the most popular text editors and IDEs to help you get set up and coding away.

Published 25th May 2017
7 minute read
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