La Vie en Code
About This Show
A podcast for self-taught web development students, with a spotlight on underrepresented groups. The podcast features weekly solo and guest discussions surrounding issues facing self-taught web developers, learning how to learn, educational technology, and much more.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
031: Dissecting the Web Developer Roadmap—The Front-End
The Web Developer Roadmap by Kamran Ahmed (@kamranahmedse) has become a powerful resource for new self-taught web developers—especially those looking to change careers. Having a guide for your education certainly helps! But, what do all of these terms even mean? Why are they important? What happens if you don't know them? In the first week of a 4-part series, Nicole dissects the Front-End portion of the Web Developer Roadmap, explaining: The problems that each concepts solve for web developers Why you'll need to know them And how they relate to other concepts of web development Don't worry, there are no specific programming languages mentioned in this episode! Just sweet, sweet context, so you can get on with your education and build confidence. For episode links and additional resources (including The Web Developer Roadmap itself), visit the episode page at http://www.lavieencode.net/31.Read more »
Rated 5 out of
What an amazing find!
I don't know if everyone will be interested in the topics Nicole covers, but the level of preparation and polish on this podcast is really commendable. This sounds like it could be in the rotation at NPR- good sound, concise scripts, information is well researched and the show flows really well. For me, the topics are perfect. I'm a teacher, and I'm teaching myself to code so I can teach my students. So I love the tangents about learning theory and ed tech. This would be a great podcast for teachers who want to teach computer coding. Great job, Nicole! How about some ideas for teachers who want to bring self-teaching into the classroom?
Date published: 2017-10-02
Rated 5 out of
Tools you can use!
Useful even if you are not learning code. Many great tips and support for all of us who are constantly working to teach ourselves new things!
Date published: 2017-11-01