BlogPoMo Post April 7th

in steemblopomo •  15 days ago

Long dogwalk in a new park today.. that's covered off in my @actifit update here you know, if you've been following along from home, I'm learning to code. Have been for a while now.

Here's a little vid to motivate you on your own coding journey:

"start small and easy"..

You really should, if you are on the blockchain and think you want to add value to the ecosystem..

Here's a good set of instructions vids to get you started on html:

(that's the part of code that allows you to put words up on a webpage)

then do this section of freeCodeCamp:

speaking of learning. I'm sad to see @matkodurko isn't doing the Learn and Earn anymore. But I get it. He was doing it all out of pocket, and truly, there was not enough engagement..

Here's what he says about it.

There's a lesson in there for challenges and engagement. 'Specially if we all want to build the blockchain ecosystem and grow the user base.

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Thanks so much for participating in the first week of #SteemBloPoMo. It's been wicked awesome to see other people jumping aboard, and it's helping to keep me motivated as well. And to show my appreciation, here's a - !tip


thank you!

It's forced me to not just let my actifit numbers rule the day.. but actually throw down some real commentary on my life 😊

🎁 Hi @darrenfj! You have received 0.1 STEEM tip from @traciyork!

Sending tips with @tipU - how to guide :)

Someday, I am going to go through the beginner lessons - just so I know what this is all about. But have a bit too much on my plate as it is.
I am here because @traciyork featured you in her post :)

Btw. you can make your Actifit post into a little life blog - way more interesting that way :)


I am trying a bit to spice them up. I was having fun playing sad about it.. the left right left nature of boring walks, but apparently actifit minions craved more info. I mean how many ways can you spice up it up?

in terms of coding.. I encourage everyone to take it up.. at least learn a little HTML and CSS so you get the jist of what it takes to build a wepage..


That is my plan - learn enough to understand at least what is going on and not be so helpless when something doesn't seem to work...


perfect reason... I'd go with fCC for the html exercises.. by the end you'll feel like you can make a webpage look pretty