New Website and Graduation Details

andyv.me just launched! It’s a new portfolio¬†website where I can show off some of the projects I have worked on, and get the word out about some of the skills we have learned over the past 12 weeks. I will also continue to blog there after Omaha Code School is over. I would love to get a little feedback about what I have put together.

Friday is graduation day. I can hardly believe it’s already here. We have transitioned from our intense learning style to a more relaxed week working on getting our resume put together. We had a full week of guest speakers come in and walk us through the interview process and give mock interviews. It’s been a while since I’ve gone through this, so I really appreciate the practice.

Everyone is invited to our graduation party! This Friday, May 16th, at 6pm we will be having a graduation celebration at Omaha Code School. Everyone is invited. There will be plenty of food and drink to go around. We will also be having a short presentation. While your mingling, ask us if you can see our other projects, we will be happy to give you a quick look.


New SPN Blog Post: A Client can be a Wonderful Thing

Check out my latest Silicon Prairie News blog post. It’s about the work we have been doing with SMAC! Cancer.

http://spne.ws/e1p


New SPN Post: Creating something useful for a real-life setting

Sorry I haven’t gotten a post out lately. Class has picked up and it’s keeping me busy.

Here is a post I put together for for a Silicon Prairie News. Hopefully I will have time to write another post later this week.

http://spne.ws/f1d


New SPN Post: Halfway

I was so busy yesterday I didn’t have a chance to send out a link to my new post in Silicon Prairie News. Take a look. I talk about how far we’ve come in the first half of class.

http://spne.ws/s0M


Omaha Code School Wiki

A week ago we wrapped up our first group project. My team decided to create a Omaha Code School Wiki. It’s a wiki about anything related to Omaha Code School. Anyone can read the articles we put together so far. You have to sign up for an account in order to add or modify the articles, but anyone can do it. Make sure you provide a legitimate email, because we figured out how to send email to confirm before we activate your account. We’re pretty proud of that.

Here is the link for your enjoyment. Let me know what you think. It’s on a free hosting service, so I apologize in advance if it’s a little slow to respond.

http://project-ocs-wiki.herokuapp.com


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