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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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Five Reasons to love Bootstrap!

Matt Rudge, a Senior Product Developer with Code Institute, has a long history with Bootstrap. However, what are his reasons for still loving this technology? In this blog, Matt tells us his five main reasons for still loving Bootstrap. Why I still love Bootstrap Hidden somewhere in the darkest and, mercifully, untouched corners of the […]

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What is CSS 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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The 5 Day Coding Challenge – Time & Commitment. Totally worth it.

There is a famous Theodore Roosevelt quote, “Nothing worth having comes easy“. It’s true. Think about it. You don’t just wake up one morning and climb Everest. If you want to do that, you have to work hard for it. The same theory can be applied to anything worth having. Take the 5 Day Coding […]

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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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Coding Languages – Who uses them and why?

We have talked before about how coding languages (just like spoken languages!) evolve over time and their uses and users change. With so much flux, it raises questions about individual companies’ preferences: For instance, which companies use Javascript? Who uses Python? And where is CSS3 used? And why do these languages (and other popular ones) […]

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11 Milestones in Learning to Code

There’s a handful of things you need if you want to work in coding; some aptitude, an open mind, and perhaps most importantly, resolve. The one thing our most successful graduates have in common is determination.Bootcamps are intensive and hard work, so it’s nice to remember that you’re never far from a eureka moment.Those little […]

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Responsive vs Adaptive Web Design

In April of this year, Google encouraged a push towards mobile-friendly websites by changing their algorithm so that sites that are optimised for viewing on a mobile device rank higher in search engines. This change led to many businesses taking another look at how their sites were developed. Having a website that only looks good […]

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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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