Coding Campus :   DAY  1

 

     Today was my first day at the web development bootcamp, Coding Campus ( in Provo, UT ). After a long trip on the frontrunner ( also a first ), I made it to class just in time. We started off with a quick orientation where I was pleasantly surprised to find out that in addition to the prep work, I’ve had exposure to most of what we will be learning over the next 12 weeks.

– HTML, CSS, BOOTSTRAP PYTHON, DJANGO, JAVASCRIPT, ANGULAR-
Promptly after that, we jumped right into the material. As you may or may not know the first day of class ( coding bootcamps ) is traditionally spent “installing software” otherwise known as an “Install Fest”. If you are like me you may have thought, “what can be so hard about installing software?” Well, that is what I thought too. I can tell you, it’s a little more complicated than you think. You aren’t just installing software you are learning how to set up your file system. We spent the majority of our time reviewing the Unix file system and how to work our way around the terminal. After that we spent the rest of class learning how to set up a server using Apache, MySQL and PHP (this ended up being more challenging than I had anticipated). Our instructor explained that setting up a server is something that developers do for every new project. That means as a developer you are required to go through this horrible process about… four times a year ( if you are lucky ). I’m sure though as time goes on the process will become less cumbersome, that is my hope anyway.

~Thoughts~

Hopefully I sleep better than I did last night. I will need all the rest I can get for my little techie brain. Until tomorrow….

( Sep 28th, 2015 )

 

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