Django Highlights: Templating Saves Lines (Part 2) Django Highlights: Templating Saves Lines (Part 2) Philip Kiely 2020-04-02T12:00:00+00:00 2020-04-02T15:06:41+00:00 Some no-frills approaches to building websites require a developer to write every line of HTML by hand. On the other extreme, commercial no-code site builders create all of the HTML for theContinue Reading

How Should Designers Learn To Code? Git, HTML/CSS, Engineering Principles (Part 2) How Should Designers Learn To Code? Git, HTML/CSS, Engineering Principles (Part 2) Paul Hanaoka 2020-03-25T14:00:00+00:00 2020-03-25T21:36:15+00:00 Literally, tomes have been written on version control. Nevertheless, I will start by sharing a brief explanation and other introductory content toContinue Reading

How Should Designers Learn To Code? The Terminal And Text Editors (Part 1) How Should Designers Learn To Code? The Terminal And Text Editors (Part 1) Paul Hanaoka 2020-03-18T12:30:00+00:00 2020-03-18T19:38:13+00:00 As a designer with many years of experience, I often encourage my colleagues and reports to pick up some codingContinue Reading

Transcript of Creating a Podcast as Part of Your Prospecting Process written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Back to Podcast Transcript John Jantsch: Hey, marketing today has gotten harder. There’s so many new platforms. How do you reach the right audience? Fortunately, there’s a simple way.Continue Reading

Django Highlights: User Models And Authentication (Part 1) Django Highlights: User Models And Authentication (Part 1) Philip Kiely 2020-02-06T11:00:00+00:00 2020-02-13T14:36:43+00:00 There are two types of websites: static and dynamic. Django is a framework for developing dynamic websites. While a static website is one that solely presents information, there is noContinue Reading