What I learnt and what you need to learn!

My Bootcamp was divided into three sections, with each section lasting three weeks. Having seen other Bootcamp schedules, it is somewhat similar everywhere. The first three weeks were dedicated to the introduction of coding, but beware — right from the first day you get bombarded with information, techniques, and tasks.

The first two weeks we learned HTML, CSS and plain vanilla Javascript and put our newly acquired knowledge to the test in week three. We had to develop our first game. Being a huge Star Wars fan, I build a memory based Star Wars shooting game, quite simple but fun. Soon everyone was trying to break the high score.

The second section was dedicated to the back-end. We learned Node.JS, the Express framework, and MongoDB. Like in the first few weeks, every day there was a new chapter dedicated to one part of back-end development. Following the theory, we had our daily task to finish for the evening and night.

The second project was a group task, building a website in the backend, on the server. Pair programming is a widely used technique in the real world, so the idea was to get used to it as soon as possible.

Staying up to date with the correct version of your program can be very tricky in a team. Each person is coding and then committing their changes to merge them with their partner’s changes. This usually leads to lots of ‘merge conflicts’. Those of you already coding are probably all too familiar with this phenomenon. My partner and I built a website to store articles to read them later, kind of like Pocket. It was great fun and a big challenge.

Motivation!

The coding Bootcamp was probably one of the hardest, most frustrating and desperate times of my entire life. Sounds awful? Well, you still have time to run away, but if not keep on reading.

9 weeks every day from around 9 o’clock in the morning until 6 p.m full of classes and afterward homework and self-study. Yeah, that is a lot to do, especially since every day there is new information to remember and learn.

However, even though it was really hard, at the same time it was one of the most gratifying experiences of my life.but it was the best experiences for me

Every day you are hustling, learning new stuff trying to keep up and continue to do so throughout the night and on the weekends. I am not trying to exaggerate here — just giving you a real overview of how it is gonna be.but trust me it is fun and easy

Be prepared to have very little free time and get “brain fed” in a very good way, so to speak. Always remember you are not alone in this, you do the Bootcamp with amazing likeminded individuals helping each other and pushing forward together.

Classes will most probably consist of people with a diverse background, some will be absolute beginners, others might have years of experience in other programming languages. Nevertheless, you will all work through it together and even the most seasoned student in your class will learn something from one of the beginners.

My first experience

It felt like I never had the courage to start coding. I was constantly thinking that I’m not ready yet, that I have to continue reading and make sure that when I start coding, I would have enough knowledge that would make my first website the best. It stayed that way until I was approached by my very teacher. I was just 8-years old. I knew I had enough knowledge to build a full-advanced website, but I was afraid about how the final result would come out. I finally made the decision. I had no idea if I would be able to achieve all the features requested by my teacher, since I had never built a website before. But I took the project, and challenged myself to do it — and I did it. I was so proud!

HTML SCRIPTING AND MORE PART 1

HTML is Hypertext Markup Language, a standardized system for tagging text files to achieve font, colour, graphic, and hyperlink effects on World Wide Web pages. HTML is the hidden stuff that builds this website. It has information and stuff that holds the websites. If you have no HTML that means your website wont stand.

It was first developed by Tim Berners-Lee in 1990, HTML is short for Hypertext Markup Language. HTML is used to create electronic documents (called pages) that are displayed on the World Wide Web. HTML code ensures the proper formatting of text and images for your Internet browser.

HTML is programming language. When i was learning about HTML i was really confused and was shocked. I did not understand anything. My first observation when i saw HTML was in a game called CODECOMBAT.

When i saw HTML there were different type of stuff and it was not EASY. There are parts called head, body and other stuff. It was basically the structure of HTML.

The Tasmanian Ship Part 2!

Hi, I’ll be continuing the story Tasmanian ship.

I was in the ship for like 9-10 hrs. I was going everywhere and everyplace. When it was getting darker and darker i started to sleep for 2 , 3 hours. I couldn’t wait to go to the gaming area where you can play so many games.Did you know that there are ten decks of the ship! Wheeeew! thats a lot.

The lowest and the second lowest deck was full of the cars. In the 3rd deck it was the rooms.The 4th deck to the 8th deck was full of rooms for people to stay.The 9th floor was a resting and arcade games area . The tenth floor was the same but with a children playground.

Facts:

  1. The Tasmanian ship is nearly 28 000 tons to 30 000 tons.
  2. Spirit of Tasmania was built in 1998.
  3. It was build by Kvaerner Masa-Yards in Turku, Finland

“Psss Hey this is just information about the boat its NOT bout coding. Bye”

The Tasmanian Ship

Hi There, I am going to tell you a description about a Tasmanian ship called Spirit of Tasmania.

Before i tell you about the Tasmanian ship, Let me inform you whats a Tasmanian ship . A Tasmanian ship is located in Australia that sails Melbourne to Tasmania or Tasmania to Melbourne . So let’s start the description.

So one day, I went in the Tasmanian ship and it was HUGE like the size of 100 houses or more. There were so many rooms and cabins to stay in. As soon as i stepped into the MASSIVE! ship I went to my cabin. There were like so many cabins to stay in. Did you know that the cleaners of the ship have 1 hour or 2 to clean up the WHOLE ship.

After i went to the mini cute cabin I viewed the room and everything was so nice and I’ll prefer 5 STARS. After we settled, the time was ticking so we went all the way up to the balcony to see the view of the ocean. We went to the back of the ship and saw so MANY seagulls following us.

So many sea salt was spraying into us. After that I was exploring the nice ship. There were parks, Gaming areas and xbox to play for free. There were many things to view. There were even movie theatre to watch the latest movies. It was so fun!

I’ll be telling the rest of the story later! For now See you next time!

CODECOMBAT PART 2

Hey again, Let’s continue CODECOMBAT the python game story.

So after I learned all the basic stuff i went to the other map . There was 2 maps to choose Web development and Game development . I chose’d Web development .

When my dad informed me about Web development HTML and stuff like that , He told me that we can make Websites. I was shocked so i started doing the first one .

IT WAS SO CONFUSING. I thought i would be never able to do this. When my dad told me i learned and developed my brain. As soon as i finished the map which took 13 stages my dad created me a website.

He had to pay a lot of money to get the Website . As soon as i got it I started working on it . I learned all the stuff that makes the website. I created so many things .

After like 1 hour , My dad informed me about blog. I learned what was a blog. A blog is a journal or information that you write .I started writing blogs. And now here i am making blogs.

I hoped everyone enjoyed my story and Thank you!

Howdy

My son was bugging me that we do a blog or website. So one fine morning we thought of registering a new website and here we go – cloudycodes 🙂

I havent done blogging for a very long time, so brushing up myself with wordpress.

Keep tuned, I will blog about software, devopsy stuff in coming days…