It has now been 7 weeks since I’ve been attending the Nashville Software school and I’ve not missed one day. I know you may be thinking, “Well, why haven’t you taken a break?” My simple but honest answer to that question is…one day of information presents you with notes, hands on labs, and understanding. So if you miss 1 day, I can only imagine that playing catch up would be a nightmare. Not saying this to scare anyone, but this School is not your average school. It kind of puts me in the mind of a Boot Camp where you don’t have anybody looking over your shoulder making sure you do anything because it’s up to you to do the homework, and practice all of the skills that were taught to you in class in order for you to be great enough to get the back-end developer job once you graduate.
I know in the recent blog I said that I would be blogging from week to week, but it seems like my blogging time is always overthrown by my homework time. lol
In the 1st two weeks of this school, I thought I would be ahead of the game because the teacher had in the syllabus that we would be going over front-end development like: CSS3, HTML5, ect. These topics were very familiar to me until the teacher went over a new form of writing css called SASS. Then we got into a new form of writing HTML called HAML.