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11 grunde til at du skal lære HTML

Teknisk set er HTML et programmeringssprog. HTML står for Hypertext Markup Language. Om HTML er et rigtigt programmeringssprog er i sagen et spørgsmål om semantic, men ikke voldsomt vigtigt. Hvad der er vigtigt, er dog hvorfor du skal lære HTML. Der er mange grunde til, at HTML er godt sprog at have i dit repertoire, […]

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What is HTML, and why should I learn it?

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Thoughts on the 5 Day Coding Challenge

My name is Billy Keenan, and I work in the marketing department of Code Institute. Some background on myself, I studied Communications Studies in Dublin City University. While I was studying, I worked as a journalist to support myself and was heavily involved in DCU’s Media Production Society. With this in mind, when Code Institute’s […]

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What Is Front End and Back End Development?

Everything You Need to Know About The Front End Not exactly sure what frontend and backend mean? Do you want to learn more about coding technologies, but you’re not sure where to start? A good place to begin is breaking down the difference between frontend and backend development. Tech terms can be confusing but don’t […]

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5 Big Reasons Why Marketers Need to Know Code

ONE OF the biggest marketing changes is the growth and adoption of marketing technologies. In fact there are over 3,500+ marketing-tech companies (2015, there’s so much more now); growing at more than 1,000 companies per year.Every part of the marketing process – from CMS to PPC – is road-mapped and implemented into the overall digital […]

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Learning to Code in HTML

  HTML is an evolving language and has been through several revisions since its creation. HTML 1.0 was first released to the world in 1991, the same year the World Wide Web made its debut. HTML5, published in 2008, is the latest and greatest iteration. Let’s break down the definition of HTML, which stands for […]

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7 Places You Can Learn How To Code For Free

Can you really learn how to code for free? We’re not saying you can master coding that easily, but you certainly can, with the right attitude, learn to code in as little as three months. In time, that’s equivalent to one semester of a computer science degree – hardly long enough to set anyone up […]

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Javascript Courses versus Full Stack Training

If you want to become a JavaScript web developer then there are a range of courses, both online and in the classroom, available to you. In sort, there are three main coding (programming) languages that dominate the internet, especially the front-end (ie what we see and use on our devices).  These coding languages are HTML, […]

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Code Institute Teams Up with Name.com for its First Hackathon

What happens when you give a bunch of developers some beer, the domain name dolphin.army, and two hours to create a website? Something along the lines of Apocalypse Now mixed with Flipper is of course the answer…..from a company that translates dolphin speak into English, a supplier of dolphin fighting style training equipment, and an attachable fin […]

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Understanding the Basics of HTML5 and Getting Started with HTML5

Getting Started with HTML5. HTML is one of the most important languages used by today’s developers.  Employers looking for web developers will certainly look for candidates with HTML5 fluency. If you are a newbie, there are a wide range of learning tools available to the budding HTML coder, not least the online resources such as […]

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