I created this website as a hobby over the Columbus Day 2011 weekend. I enjoy science, math, technology, and languages. This is my tutorials website. It is a forever-work-in-progress because I will always be continuously adding to it. I graduated FSU with a Bachelors in physics and a few years of experience in computer programming. My mission for this website is to be as useful w3schools, the tutorials website. I aim to keep things as simple as possible so that people can use this site as a reference sheet as well as a set of tutorials. I like the Try-It-Yourself editor on w3schools; I believe it is the ideal way to learn any type of language. Having a simple tutorials website with a try-it-yourself editor is what I ultimately aim for here.
Over time, this website will advance to cover more languages and anything else that catches my eye.
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I'm involved with 3 groups, and of course Linkedin
- Society of Women Engineers - I go to their monthly professional development meetings, help organize the casual brunches,
- Girl Develop It - I go to their monthly Code N Coffee and have taken a couple classes, including AngularJS
- Women's Coding Collective - I've taken several classes, including jQuery and PHP
- My profile on Linkedin - a social network for professionals