Newsletter from September 24th, 2015. Browse all newsletters
|Thursday, September 24th|
"If you don't like where you are, move! You are not a tree."
- Jim Rohn
|Fill up: Our favorite resources this week|
|Frontend Workshop: Wednesday, Sept. 30 @ 6:30 PM EDT|
|Publish a website with Git, GitHub, and GitHub pages|
|Git is the most popular versioning control software and is essential for any developer's workflow. RSVP to this 1 hour workshop and learn basic git commands, the GitHub interface, and how to host your website on GitHub pages for free.|
|How do you keep yourself motivated to learn?|
|The secret is to build things that you love and are actually interested in. Read about Susan Robertson's experience with just this and how you can apply it to your own learning practices.|
|Intermediate Workshop: Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 6:00 PM EDT|
|Authentication in Node.js using Passport|
|Learn how to let users login to your site using their Google+ accounts. Join Thinkful mentor Tolga Ekmen for this 1 hour workshop next Tuesday.|
|Statistics for Hackers|
|Learn how you can use your coding skills to hack statistics. Jake VanderPlas shows how you can replace some of the statistics theory and jargon with more intuitive computational approaches. His thesis is "if you can write a for-loop you can do statistics."|
|HQ Spotlight: Code.org Teacher Training|
We were proud to host Code.org's teacher training this past weekend! Code.org provides free, high-quality professional development workshops from an experienced computer science facilitator for K-5 teachers. Learn how you can get involved at code.org.
|Explore our open library|
|React Unit Testing
|NPM as a (Velociraptor)
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