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sferik/active_emoji · GitHub
"A collection of emoji aliases for core Ruby methods. Makes Ruby code easier to read and write, especially for children and people who don't know English.

This project is named with the goal of eventually being merged into Ruby on Rails. Stranger things have happened."
emojo  coding  ruby  rubyonrails  programming  children  kids 
january 2015 by robertogreco
gSchool — Galvanize
"Learn from the best and launch a new path through gSchool's immersive developer training programs, or gain an edge with a gSchool workshop."



"We turn smart, driven beginners into marketable, contributing members of development teams over the course of our 24-week long developer training programs. Our full stack curriculum includes Ruby on Rails, Sinatra, Javascript, CSS3, HTML5, Responsive Design, Database, APIs, Version Control, and Test Driven Development - but our main focus is Rails."

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colorado  sanfrancisco  coding  education  gschool  ruby  rubyonrails  javascript  css3  html5  responsivedesign  development  programming  responsivewebdesign 
august 2014 by robertogreco
Benji Lanyado is a journalist, coder – and a glimpse of the future? | News Burger
"When I first heard about The Reddit Edit, I thought it was a nifty idea.

It takes Reddit’s functional, information-laden appearance and turns it into a streamlined, colourful depiction of the top trending stories. The top three stories are displayed in an easy-to-use side-scrolling interface, plucked from five popular subreddits: /r/worldnews, /r/politics, /r/technology, /r/science and /r/pics, plus the reddit.com homepage.

You might think a project like this would be the undertaking of a web developer, but it’s the brainchild of 28-year-old British journalist Benji Lanyado. The Reddit Edit was his final project while taking front-end web development classes with General Assembly, a New-York based digital education company who have recently expanded to London.

Benji, who writes for The Guardian and The New York Times, is part of a growing number of media types that are taking it upon themselves to know how to write and code to bring their content to life…"

[An interview follows.]
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september 2012 by robertogreco

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