I’ve had the great privilege the last few weeks of getting into the classroom with kids. Even if you have been playing with code for years, there is always something new to learn. And my own journey (teaching adults and now kids about coding) has shown me that I may be “the teacher” but I, too, walk away from sessions having learned something new….
Did you know there’s an art to coding? While there are non-negotiable rules like, “close all tags,” “use proper punctuation,” etc., when it comes to coding a design, there isn’t just one way! There are good, better, and best solutions. That’s the art! Let’s look at some examples….
I’m a freelancer, a coding educator, and a busy mom of two young girls living in the Pacific Northwest. My focus is building WordPress sites for a handful of small business clients and local organizations, when I’m not helping others learn to code or acting as a developer collaborator for other creative entrepreneurs. I love helping others, creating things by hand or digitally, and challenging myself to learn new skills. But how do I balance it? I gave Skillcrush a peak at a day in my life. You can read about it here….