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  • Happy Saturday! Here’s 3 skills I believe you should learn if you want to be a successful developer, or successful in any career.
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1. Learn to Begin: The hardest step of any project or assignment is starting. Get that out the way and jump feet first into whatever it is you need to get done. You’ll surprise and impress people with how ahead you are. -
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2. Learn to Pivot: It’s very difficult to know when something isn’t working for you, or when you feel it’s time to quit. Pivoting to something slightly different is really the ability to adapt to your environment and be successful in any situation. I pivoted in college from CS to Web Dev, which was terrifying! But looking back it was 100% the right thing to do!-
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3. Learn to Learn: Someone who’s passionate and successful in their career will master the art of continuous learning. Becoming too comfortable in your job or skillset can quickly make you undesirable as a programmer, where languages and frameworks change extremely rapidly. -
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TLDR: 1. Learn to Begin, 2. Learn to Pivot, 3. Learn to Learn. Enjoy your Saturday 👋🏻 -
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  • Happy Saturday! Here’s 3 skills I believe you should learn if you want to be a successful developer, or successful in any career.
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    1. Learn to Begin: The hardest step of any project or assignment is starting. Get that out the way and jump feet first into whatever it is you need to get done. You’ll surprise and impress people with how ahead you are. -
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    2. Learn to Pivot: It’s very difficult to know when something isn’t working for you, or when you feel it’s time to quit. Pivoting to something slightly different is really the ability to adapt to your environment and be successful in any situation. I pivoted in college from CS to Web Dev, which was terrifying! But looking back it was 100% the right thing to do!-
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    3. Learn to Learn: Someone who’s passionate and successful in their career will master the art of continuous learning. Becoming too comfortable in your job or skillset can quickly make you undesirable as a programmer, where languages and frameworks change extremely rapidly. -
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    TLDR: 1. Learn to Begin, 2. Learn to Pivot, 3. Learn to Learn. Enjoy your Saturday 👋🏻 -
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    #webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #blogger #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
  • 3,610 139 1 December, 2018
  • Hello everyone! 
Here’s 3 skills I believe you should learn if you want to be a successful developer, or successful in any career.

1. Learn to Begin: The hardest step of any project or assignment is starting. Get that out the way and jump feet first into whatever it is you need to get done. You’ll surprise and impress people with how ahead you are. 
2. Learn to Pivot: It’s very difficult to know when something isn’t working for you, or when you feel it’s time to quit. Pivoting to something slightly different is really the ability to adapt to your environment and be successful in any situation. I pivoted in college from CS to Web Dev, which was terrifying! But looking back it was 100% the right thing to do!

3. Learn to Learn: Someone who’s passionate and successful in their career will master the art of continuous learning. Becoming too comfortable in your job or skillset can quickly make you undesirable as a programmer, where languages and frameworks change extremely rapidly. 
#webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #code #vscode #coding #coder #webdevelopment #blogger #computer #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle
  • Hello everyone!
    Here’s 3 skills I believe you should learn if you want to be a successful developer, or successful in any career.

    1. Learn to Begin: The hardest step of any project or assignment is starting. Get that out the way and jump feet first into whatever it is you need to get done. You’ll surprise and impress people with how ahead you are.
    2. Learn to Pivot: It’s very difficult to know when something isn’t working for you, or when you feel it’s time to quit. Pivoting to something slightly different is really the ability to adapt to your environment and be successful in any situation. I pivoted in college from CS to Web Dev, which was terrifying! But looking back it was 100% the right thing to do!

    3. Learn to Learn: Someone who’s passionate and successful in their career will master the art of continuous learning. Becoming too comfortable in your job or skillset can quickly make you undesirable as a programmer, where languages and frameworks change extremely rapidly.
    #webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #code #vscode #coding #coder #webdevelopment #blogger #computer #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle
  • 128 3 20 December, 2018
  • Do you sometimes come across people that literally just blow your mind? 😯

Today’s #spotlightfriday is one such person😊. Estefannie Explains It All (@estefanniegg ) is a software engineer and maker in every sense of the word😬. She shares her insights on her daily life as a software engineer on her Instagram whilst also sharing her maker passion on YouTube where she shares everything she builds.

In an interview with @girlknowstech, Estefannie stated that her interest in tech was sparked when she watched Toy Story for the first time. From an early age she associated computers as tools where one can create anything from their imagination. This was further re-enforced when she watched a documentary about Pixar where she learnt that it was first founded by a group of computer scientists. This inspired her to want to pursue a career in computer science with the aim of being able to create whatever she thinks of using both software and hardware. Estefannie is definitely living by this💪. ~

In my aim to get to know more about her, I watched her recent videos where she was creating a 3D Daft Punk Helmet for Maker Faire. I liked the fact she didn’t make it look like it was all one smooth ride and easy. She shows you what it’s really like to go through the process of creating/building something. The failures, the fatigue, the frustration but she also shows you that with all those things, you can still keep going and you can still achieve your final result.

One statement from her first video stood out: “I didn’t know how to 3D print last week. There’s a lot of things I don’t know but I’m excited to learn about them." Her videos are a constant reminder that when you’re open to learning, there’s nothing you can’t learn 🙌😌. (P.S. Do check out her Daft Punk Video. It’s actually really inspiring seeing her go through the whole process from the idea to the final product)
  • Do you sometimes come across people that literally just blow your mind? 😯

    Today’s #spotlightfriday is one such person😊. Estefannie Explains It All (@estefanniegg ) is a software engineer and maker in every sense of the word😬. She shares her insights on her daily life as a software engineer on her Instagram whilst also sharing her maker passion on YouTube where she shares everything she builds.

    In an interview with @girlknowstech, Estefannie stated that her interest in tech was sparked when she watched Toy Story for the first time. From an early age she associated computers as tools where one can create anything from their imagination. This was further re-enforced when she watched a documentary about Pixar where she learnt that it was first founded by a group of computer scientists. This inspired her to want to pursue a career in computer science with the aim of being able to create whatever she thinks of using both software and hardware. Estefannie is definitely living by this💪. ~

    In my aim to get to know more about her, I watched her recent videos where she was creating a 3D Daft Punk Helmet for Maker Faire. I liked the fact she didn’t make it look like it was all one smooth ride and easy. She shows you what it’s really like to go through the process of creating/building something. The failures, the fatigue, the frustration but she also shows you that with all those things, you can still keep going and you can still achieve your final result.

    One statement from her first video stood out: “I didn’t know how to 3D print last week. There’s a lot of things I don’t know but I’m excited to learn about them." Her videos are a constant reminder that when you’re open to learning, there’s nothing you can’t learn 🙌😌. (P.S. Do check out her Daft Punk Video. It’s actually really inspiring seeing her go through the whole process from the idea to the final product)
  • 122 9 24 August, 2018
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  • 262 6 23 November, 2018
  • Palette Gear lets you work magic  @palettegear 💡 -
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Maybe not quite the ability to levitate objects, but this mighty gadget has completely revolutionized my design process! -
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Palette gear is an external add on for laptops that can be customized to do any shortcut you can think of, they can also be arranged and rearranged in any order you can think of, and you can purchase addition buttons and switches to expand your palette even more! -
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What do you use it for? -
I use my palette to quickly create graphics in illustrator and photoshop, but it can be used in virtually any application. I use the buttons to copy and paste elements, switch to the brush tool, or sometimes I use it to add filters to my photos. The slider and dial are even more useful as I can change the opacity of an object or the size of my brush tool with a simple slide or twist of my hand. -
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Another awesome ability of the palette is how it automatically switches the buttons and slider functions based on what app i’m using. So if i’m in Chrome the button will create a new tab or open my favorite bookmark, without having to change the settings every time. The possibilities are really endless with this device, and the more I use it, the more I love it! -
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If you have anymore questions about @palettegear go ahead and ask me now 😊 Link to purchase in my story -
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#webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
  • Palette Gear lets you work magic @palettegear 💡 -
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    Maybe not quite the ability to levitate objects, but this mighty gadget has completely revolutionized my design process! -
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    What is it? -
    Palette gear is an external add on for laptops that can be customized to do any shortcut you can think of, they can also be arranged and rearranged in any order you can think of, and you can purchase addition buttons and switches to expand your palette even more! -
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    What do you use it for? -
    I use my palette to quickly create graphics in illustrator and photoshop, but it can be used in virtually any application. I use the buttons to copy and paste elements, switch to the brush tool, or sometimes I use it to add filters to my photos. The slider and dial are even more useful as I can change the opacity of an object or the size of my brush tool with a simple slide or twist of my hand. -
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    Another awesome ability of the palette is how it automatically switches the buttons and slider functions based on what app i’m using. So if i’m in Chrome the button will create a new tab or open my favorite bookmark, without having to change the settings every time. The possibilities are really endless with this device, and the more I use it, the more I love it! -
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    If you have anymore questions about @palettegear go ahead and ask me now 😊 Link to purchase in my story -
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    #webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
  • 2,188 43 12 January, 2019

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  • It’s no secret that entering the tech world as a woman can be pretty scary. Even in the friendliest and most inclusive of environments, being the only female in major meetings can be a little intimidating... 💻 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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This amazing book has lots of practical advice on navigating your way through a very male-dominated industry, whether it’s speaking up in meetings or pitching new ideas. Highly recommended for any of my boss lady friends (that’s all y’all) in need of some perspective-changing science and thoughts. 💭 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Even as someone who considers herself to be confident in every other area of life, walking into this field has been a challenge. Thankful for the learning curve. 💪 ⠀
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  • It’s no secret that entering the tech world as a woman can be pretty scary. Even in the friendliest and most inclusive of environments, being the only female in major meetings can be a little intimidating... 💻 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    This amazing book has lots of practical advice on navigating your way through a very male-dominated industry, whether it’s speaking up in meetings or pitching new ideas. Highly recommended for any of my boss lady friends (that’s all y’all) in need of some perspective-changing science and thoughts. 💭 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    Even as someone who considers herself to be confident in every other area of life, walking into this field has been a challenge. Thankful for the learning curve. 💪 ⠀
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    “In the most basic terms, what we need to do is start acting and risking and failing, and stop mumbling and apologizing and prevaricating.” 💡⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    📖 Book: The Confidence Code: The Science and Art of Self-Assurance — What Women Should Know⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    🖊 Authors: Katty Kay & Claire Shipman⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
  • 125 16 15 January, 2019
  • Credit @juliacodes 
Palette Gear lets you work magic  @palettegear 💡 -
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Maybe not quite the ability to levitate objects, but this mighty gadget has completely revolutionized my design process! -
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What is it? -
Palette gear is an external add on for laptops that can be customized to do any shortcut you can think of, they can also be arranged and rearranged in any order you can think of, and you can purchase addition buttons and switches to expand your palette even more! -
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What do you use it for? -
I use my palette to quickly create graphics in illustrator and photoshop, but it can be used in virtually any application. I use the buttons to copy and paste elements, switch to the brush tool, or sometimes I use it to add filters to my photos. The slider and dial are even more useful as I can change the opacity of an object or the size of my brush tool with a simple slide or twist of my hand. -
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Another awesome ability of the palette is how it automatically switches the buttons and slider functions based on what app i’m using. So if i’m in Chrome the button will create a new tab or open my favorite bookmark, without having to change the settings every time. The possibilities are really endless with this device, and the more I use it, the more I love it! -
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If you have anymore questions about @palettegear go ahead and ask me now 😊 Link to purchase in my story -
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#webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
  • Credit @juliacodes
    Palette Gear lets you work magic @palettegear 💡 -
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    Maybe not quite the ability to levitate objects, but this mighty gadget has completely revolutionized my design process! -
    -
    What is it? -
    Palette gear is an external add on for laptops that can be customized to do any shortcut you can think of, they can also be arranged and rearranged in any order you can think of, and you can purchase addition buttons and switches to expand your palette even more! -
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    What do you use it for? -
    I use my palette to quickly create graphics in illustrator and photoshop, but it can be used in virtually any application. I use the buttons to copy and paste elements, switch to the brush tool, or sometimes I use it to add filters to my photos. The slider and dial are even more useful as I can change the opacity of an object or the size of my brush tool with a simple slide or twist of my hand. -
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    Another awesome ability of the palette is how it automatically switches the buttons and slider functions based on what app i’m using. So if i’m in Chrome the button will create a new tab or open my favorite bookmark, without having to change the settings every time. The possibilities are really endless with this device, and the more I use it, the more I love it! -
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    If you have anymore questions about @palettegear go ahead and ask me now 😊 Link to purchase in my story -
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    #webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
  • 127 1 14 January, 2019
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What laptop is best for coding?-
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What mouse should I buy? What monitor is best? These are questions I get a lot on a regular basis and I totally get it. I love sharing with you all the products that I love and ones that have improved my workflow. -
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But regardless of the pretty setup photos we share or the fancy new monitors we purchase, it’s really important to understand that if you want to code all you need is a laptop or computer and a desire  to start learning -
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A brand new laptop won’t make you write perfect code, and a new desk won’t magically improve your abilities, so don’t sit around and wait until you can buy these things to begin learning. -
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If you want to start writing code all you need is a computer. Whether it be yours, your moms, your cousins, or one at the library, just get your hands on a computer and you can begin. -
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Focus on what you’re creating and learning because at the end of the day, the code is what matters, not the laptop it was built on.-
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#webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
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    What laptop is best for coding?-
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    What mouse should I buy? What monitor is best? These are questions I get a lot on a regular basis and I totally get it. I love sharing with you all the products that I love and ones that have improved my workflow. -
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    But regardless of the pretty setup photos we share or the fancy new monitors we purchase, it’s really important to understand that if you want to code all you need is a laptop or computer and a desire to start learning -
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    A brand new laptop won’t make you write perfect code, and a new desk won’t magically improve your abilities, so don’t sit around and wait until you can buy these things to begin learning. -
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    If you want to start writing code all you need is a computer. Whether it be yours, your moms, your cousins, or one at the library, just get your hands on a computer and you can begin. -
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    Focus on what you’re creating and learning because at the end of the day, the code is what matters, not the laptop it was built on.-
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    #webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
  • 48 5 12 January, 2019
  • Palette Gear lets you work magic  @palettegear 💡 -
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Maybe not quite the ability to levitate objects, but this mighty gadget has completely revolutionized my design process! -
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What is it? -
Palette gear is an external add on for laptops that can be customized to do any shortcut you can think of, they can also be arranged and rearranged in any order you can think of, and you can purchase addition buttons and switches to expand your palette even more! -
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What do you use it for? -
I use my palette to quickly create graphics in illustrator and photoshop, but it can be used in virtually any application. I use the buttons to copy and paste elements, switch to the brush tool, or sometimes I use it to add filters to my photos. The slider and dial are even more useful as I can change the opacity of an object or the size of my brush tool with a simple slide or twist of my hand. -
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Another awesome ability of the palette is how it automatically switches the buttons and slider functions based on what app i’m using. So if i’m in Chrome the button will create a new tab or open my favorite bookmark, without having to change the settings every time. The possibilities are really endless with this device, and the more I use it, the more I love it! -
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If you have anymore questions about @palettegear go ahead and ask me now 😊 Link to purchase in my story -
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#webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
  • Palette Gear lets you work magic @palettegear 💡 -
    -
    Maybe not quite the ability to levitate objects, but this mighty gadget has completely revolutionized my design process! -
    -
    What is it? -
    Palette gear is an external add on for laptops that can be customized to do any shortcut you can think of, they can also be arranged and rearranged in any order you can think of, and you can purchase addition buttons and switches to expand your palette even more! -
    -
    What do you use it for? -
    I use my palette to quickly create graphics in illustrator and photoshop, but it can be used in virtually any application. I use the buttons to copy and paste elements, switch to the brush tool, or sometimes I use it to add filters to my photos. The slider and dial are even more useful as I can change the opacity of an object or the size of my brush tool with a simple slide or twist of my hand. -
    -
    Another awesome ability of the palette is how it automatically switches the buttons and slider functions based on what app i’m using. So if i’m in Chrome the button will create a new tab or open my favorite bookmark, without having to change the settings every time. The possibilities are really endless with this device, and the more I use it, the more I love it! -
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    If you have anymore questions about @palettegear go ahead and ask me now 😊 Link to purchase in my story -
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    #webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
  • 2,188 43 12 January, 2019
  • #Repost @juliacodes
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What’s Sass and why should I learn it? -
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Sass is a meta language, that works as a preprocessor for css. Sass is much more powerful than plain css and can be applied to any web project you’d apply css to. -
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Sass works by utilizing node modules and creating a set function that inputs the sass or scss file and outputs the css file, by converting the file type. This means you can organize your sass files into multiple different blocks so they’re better organized to your code. -
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My favorite part of Sass is that it allows the use of variables so instead of calling a color by its hex or rgba every time, you can call it once and set the variable. (ex: $white = #ffffff) This saves a ton of time. -
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Another great feature is mixins which let you create groups of css declarations that you can reuse and place in any other elements styling. I use this one a ton, because of how flexible it is. -
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My last favorite feature is nesting, which is something I didn’t realize how badly css needed until I learned it. It’s a simple feature but an awesome one that allows you to group styling elements within their parent over and over again. Leading to much much easier to read styling. -
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Sass is definitely worth your time and would be a great thing to pick for you next language 😊
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#webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
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    What’s Sass and why should I learn it? -
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    Sass is a meta language, that works as a preprocessor for css. Sass is much more powerful than plain css and can be applied to any web project you’d apply css to. -
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    Sass works by utilizing node modules and creating a set function that inputs the sass or scss file and outputs the css file, by converting the file type. This means you can organize your sass files into multiple different blocks so they’re better organized to your code. -
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    My favorite part of Sass is that it allows the use of variables so instead of calling a color by its hex or rgba every time, you can call it once and set the variable. (ex: $white = #ffffff ) This saves a ton of time. -
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    Another great feature is mixins which let you create groups of css declarations that you can reuse and place in any other elements styling. I use this one a ton, because of how flexible it is. -
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    My last favorite feature is nesting, which is something I didn’t realize how badly css needed until I learned it. It’s a simple feature but an awesome one that allows you to group styling elements within their parent over and over again. Leading to much much easier to read styling. -
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    Sass is definitely worth your time and would be a great thing to pick for you next language 😊
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    #webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
  • 69 1 11 January, 2019
  • @juliacodes

What’s Sass and why should I learn it? -
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Sass is a meta language, that works as a preprocessor for css. Sass is much more powerful than plain css and can be applied to any web project you’d apply css to. -
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Sass works by utilizing node modules and creating a set function that inputs the sass or scss file and outputs the css file, by converting the file type. This means you can organize your sass files into multiple different blocks so they’re better organized to your code. -
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My favorite part of Sass is that it allows the use of variables so instead of calling a color by its hex or rgba every time, you can call it once and set the variable. (ex: $white = #ffffff) This saves a ton of time. -
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Another great feature is mixins which let you create groups of css declarations that you can reuse and place in any other elements styling. I use this one a ton, because of how flexible it is. -
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My last favorite feature is nesting, which is something I didn’t realize how badly css needed until I learned it. It’s a simple feature but an awesome one that allows you to group styling elements within their parent over and over again. Leading to much much easier to read styling. -
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Sass is definitely worth your time and would be a great thing to pick for you next language 😊
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    What’s Sass and why should I learn it? -
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    Sass is a meta language, that works as a preprocessor for css. Sass is much more powerful than plain css and can be applied to any web project you’d apply css to. -
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    Sass works by utilizing node modules and creating a set function that inputs the sass or scss file and outputs the css file, by converting the file type. This means you can organize your sass files into multiple different blocks so they’re better organized to your code. -
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    My favorite part of Sass is that it allows the use of variables so instead of calling a color by its hex or rgba every time, you can call it once and set the variable. (ex: $white = #ffffff ) This saves a ton of time. -
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    Another great feature is mixins which let you create groups of css declarations that you can reuse and place in any other elements styling. I use this one a ton, because of how flexible it is. -
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    My last favorite feature is nesting, which is something I didn’t realize how badly css needed until I learned it. It’s a simple feature but an awesome one that allows you to group styling elements within their parent over and over again. Leading to much much easier to read styling. -
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    Sass is definitely worth your time and would be a great thing to pick for you next language 😊
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    #webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
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  • Credit @juliacodes 
What’s Sass and why should I learn it? -
-
Sass is a meta language, that works as a preprocessor for css. Sass is much more powerful than plain css and can be applied to any web project you’d apply css to. -
-
Sass works by utilizing node modules and creating a set function that inputs the sass or scss file and outputs the css file, by converting the file type. This means you can organize your sass files into multiple different blocks so they’re better organized to your code. -
-
My favorite part of Sass is that it allows the use of variables so instead of calling a color by its hex or rgba every time, you can call it once and set the variable. (ex: $white = #ffffff) This saves a ton of time. -
-
Another great feature is mixins which let you create groups of css declarations that you can reuse and place in any other elements styling. I use this one a ton, because of how flexible it is. -
-
My last favorite feature is nesting, which is something I didn’t realize how badly css needed until I learned it. It’s a simple feature but an awesome one that allows you to group styling elements within their parent over and over again. Leading to much much easier to read styling. -
-
Sass is definitely worth your time and would be a great thing to pick for you next language 😊
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#webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
  • Credit @juliacodes
    What’s Sass and why should I learn it? -
    -
    Sass is a meta language, that works as a preprocessor for css. Sass is much more powerful than plain css and can be applied to any web project you’d apply css to. -
    -
    Sass works by utilizing node modules and creating a set function that inputs the sass or scss file and outputs the css file, by converting the file type. This means you can organize your sass files into multiple different blocks so they’re better organized to your code. -
    -
    My favorite part of Sass is that it allows the use of variables so instead of calling a color by its hex or rgba every time, you can call it once and set the variable. (ex: $white = #ffffff ) This saves a ton of time. -
    -
    Another great feature is mixins which let you create groups of css declarations that you can reuse and place in any other elements styling. I use this one a ton, because of how flexible it is. -
    -
    My last favorite feature is nesting, which is something I didn’t realize how badly css needed until I learned it. It’s a simple feature but an awesome one that allows you to group styling elements within their parent over and over again. Leading to much much easier to read styling. -
    -
    Sass is definitely worth your time and would be a great thing to pick for you next language 😊
    -
    -
    #webprogramming #development #programming #web #dev #programmer #js #javascript #html #css #code #vscode #coding #macbook #food #coder #webdevelopment #udemy #computer #setup #behindthemac #designer #geek #girlswhocode #girlpower #girlsdevelopit #womenwhohustle #apple via @SmarthashApp
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