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Fill up: Our favorite resources this week
 
flexbox

Flexbox – because floats are so 2008

As flexbox becomes supported on more browsers (over 80% now), you should use it! Learn how to solve common CSS problems with flexbox.
 

queen

The marvelous math of computational linguistics

King - Man + Woman = Queen? The ability to number-crunch vast quantities of words is creating a new science of linguistics.
 

escher

By designers for designers

Can get enough design stories? Deardesignstudent.com shows you the latest medium design articles available for your perusal.

 
pancakes
Friday, October 2nd at 2:00PM EDT

Workshop: CSS styling, typography, and pancakes

Build an article layout from dummy HTML while learning about the most common (and often-overlooked) features of CSS. We'll cover "inline", "inline-block", and "block" display modes, and a number of typography protips.

Olex Ponomarenko

Engineer at Thinkful

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Monday, October 5th at 6:00PM EDT

Workshop: Introduction to ES6 Javascript

ES6 is the first major JavaScript update in 7 years, and it's a big one! This will be a painless introduction to some of the most common ES6 features. We'll discuss Babel, a tool which lets us write ES6 code, then dive right into ES6.

Harry Hedger

React Mentor at Thinkful

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Mentor of the week


Alissa has been in web design for over 15 years and is self-taught developer. She has done the HTML, CSS, Javascript and PHP on projects for brands like Oracle, ATP Tour, The Recording Academy and Olay.
 

Alissa Pierce

Frontend & Design Mentor

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