here you have my nuew blog:
This course will become read-only in the near future. Tell us at community.p2pu.org if that is a problem.
You're now ready to share your magnificent blog post with your peers on the challenge discussion page. It doesn't have to be much, just something along the lines of "Hi, I'm Troy and I've just completed the first challenge, come and say Hi. I look forward to meeting you all"
Hi. Just wrote an introductory blog post. http://crmardix.blogspot.com/2013/01/an-introduction.html
Guys & Gals - Click here if you so desire - http://benrandall1984-webmaking101.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/the-first-blog-code-to-nowhere-now-that.html
Hello. My name is Matthew and I'm addicted to... learning things. Probably too much, and too haphazardly, given the piles of books I mean to read and the unfulfiled promise of my educational background.
Anyway, this is where I make up for a bit of that, and hopefully help others learn too...
Oh, and this is my blog so far: This is a blog
Hey fellow webmakers! I'm Alexa, I've recently started learning how to code and program. I know a little bit of the basics, including HTML, CSS, Python, and Ruby to name a few. I'm here to expand on my knowledge on that subject.
Anyway, offering positions to be companions on this journey! It's a long road ahead D:
Check out my blog: click me!
Hi, my name's Wes and I've started http://webdevdreamer.blogspot.com to record my progress starting with my experience on School of Webcraft. I'm very excited about the look and feel of this program, I just don't know if I'm going to get used to working with random Mentors. Any advice you can offer in this department would be great. Thanks!