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Paul R.



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October 29, 2013


What HTML5/JS/CSS3 projects are you currently working on?

First, I started building very simple -(often, 1 page/sometimes, mulitiple pages)- web sites in the early 1990's; using a mixture of HTML/CSS/Javascript. Now-a-days, however, I can see that everything has changed; web site building now-a-days is both more simplified/and, too, is more complex(with so many different languages/techniques to have to remember...???) What I wish to learn is how to update my previous web site building knowledge to get up to scratch with the 'new'.

Would you be interested in showing your code at one of our meetups - hack, app, library, tool?

Frankly, I would love nothing better than to show off my coding skills to others; however, my guess is, I'm just not good enough to do that, yet; maybe, when I've gone and attended a few learning shows; then, my skills will have developed enough by then that I can eventually 'teach' it to others. I must say, I really do enjoy teaching an awful lot; it's a wonderful feeling when you sort of 'turn another persons lights on'...and, see them having their own EUREKA moment! However, the short answer to this question for now is, no, I don't believe I'm familiar enough with learning to use the 'newest' web page building technologies, yet; got a huge learning curve still to go climb, I bet...???

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Paul Ramnora, 50, London/UK. Morley College Student(arts, computing, programming, martial arts/-etc.)

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