When is it too late to learn programming?

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“Many of us think programming is scary, or that you need a degree to do it. That’s not true. It’s about love and being willing to learn.” – @BobRossGameDev

Fill up: Our favorite resources this week

The Complete Frontend Handbook

This comprehensive guide outlines and discusses the practice of front-end engineering: how to learn it and what tools are used when practicing it.


Survey Results on Designers Tools

After polling over 4,000 participants from almost 200 countries, Subtraction has created a list of designers' favorite tools for everything from wireframing to prototyping.


Too Late to Learn Programming?

It is never to late to learn! Read the comments of people who dared to make a career change later in life in this reddit thread on /r/learnprogramming.

Workshop: Next Wednesday 7:00PM EDT

Getting Started with Bootstrap

Bootstrap is a great CSS framework with a responsive 12-column grid system, base styling for most HTML elements as well as extensive list of components and bundled Javascript plugins. We'll take a static page mockup and make it responsive.

Marius Banea

Frontend Mentor

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Workshop: Today at 9:00PM EDT

Stylin' and Profilin' with React Components

Learn to use inline styling and external stylesheets to add some style to a React component (a button!), then bundle it up using webpack.

Conar Welsh

React Mentor

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Mentor Spotlight

Damian is a data scientist with a long and varied career. He currently is the Chief Data Officer at DejaMi, responsible for using data to improve mobile app marketing and product functionality. He loves to spend time learning new algorithms, improving his Python and R knowledge, and helping others with data science challenges.

Damian Herrick

Data Science Mentor

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Government Is Disrupting Coding Bootcamps

The Department of Education recently announced EQUIP, a new pilot program allowing federal student loans to be accessible to students attending coding bootcamps. Learn how this could enable anyone to have access to the funding necessary for coding bootcamps. Read the article by our CEO Darrell Silver.