Happy first day of Spring!   We just finished week three at GA last week (my post is a bit delayed). We had to create our first game in HTML, CSS and Javascript. ¬†I decided to do a “shooting” game based on my love for coffee ūüėÄ https://lizrodriguez.github.io/ It’s technically “done” but definitely can use some improvement. The “click” functionality is a bit delayed, and I need to work on the timing. I also have some more features I’d like to add. I had a ton of fun working on it, and hope to work on it more after we learn more of the backend. I hope to update the blog this weekend with what we did this week!

It’s week two here at web dev bootcamp, and so far so good. We’ve been learning html/CSS, and (vanilla) Javascript elements, scoping, and how to manipulate the DOM. ¬†It’s amazing how much you can learn in a few weeks on your own (doing some pre-work before class starts) and in a week during instruction. My classmates are pretty awesome, and we all know we are in the same boat, which helps us grow¬†and learn from each other. The instructors and TA are great¬†and have a sense of humor, which helps when you’re doing labs or homework. ¬†I love that our lesson themes revolve around comics, sci-fi, or the like. To make things a bit bearable in the crappy rain, today[…]

For a couple of years now, I’ve wanted to do a bullet journal. The bullet journal system was created by Ryder Carroll, a digital product designer living in Brooklyn, NY. It’s basically a way to keep all of your thoughts, lists, or anything you want to do, stay organized. I like the idea of keeping everything all in one solid notebook. I’ve tried and failed many times to keep various to do lists in various notebooks, and they all end up scattered around, and about a quarter used up, with random thoughts and lists everywhere. I decided to go with the popular¬†Leuchtturm A5 notebook with dotted pages. I’m normally a fan of the Moleskine line of squared notebooks, but I’ve[…]