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On Graduation

Category: Boot Camp Diaries, Code, Just For Fun

Believe it or not, graduation has never been a celebratory time in my life. I’m usually so weighed down by the pressure of expectations and the future I can’t appreciate the accomplishment. Was that the case at LEARN? Read this post to find out.

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Being the Only Female in My Coding Boot Camp Cohort

Category: Code

What was it like for me being the only girl in my coding boot camp cohort? Why wasn’t it weird for me? Why is this still an important conversation to have? Answers to these questions and more, in this post!

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The Boot Camp Diaries Week 12: Gratitude

Category: Boot Camp Diaries

My time at LEARN has come to an end, and rather than dwell on the end of an era or agonize over what the future may hold, I’d like to thank the village it took to raise this fledgling developer.

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The Boot Camp Diaries Week 11: CSSomebody Save Me

Category: Boot Camp Diaries

This week was full of CSS, which I’m good at even though it’s not my favorite thing in the world. I do have some favorite CSS property/value pairs, though, and you can find out what they are in this post!

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The Lists

Category: Just For Fun

I don’t doodle in pictures, I doodle in words. If you, too, are fond of lists and/or artistically challenged, this post is for you. May you find inspiration for hours of delightful word doodles!

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The Boot Camp Diaries Week 10: Breakthrough

Category: Boot Camp Diaries

After a tough few weeks, group projects lead to a breakthrough and a reminder that learning the hard way isn’t always a bad thing. Also, moving, which sucks. But mostly good happy thoughts and appreciation for my cohort and coding teammates.

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