Study Courses Taken

This page is an index of all the study courses I have participated in for the purpose of learning to code. The below list consists of courses in the subjects of HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, PHP and MySQL, The title of each is linked to the homepage for each course. I coded each home page myself.

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Harvard Extension School

Introduction to Web Programming Using JavaScript CSCI E-3 Fall 2016
This was a course in JavaScript.
Book: Modern JavaScript Develop and Design by: Larry Ullman
Fundamentals of Website Development CSCI S-12 Summer 2016
This was a course in Front End Web Development. The technologies learned were HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
Book: Learning Web Design by: Jennifer Niederst Robbins

Self Study Coding Courses I have Participated In

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The below were offered by Boston PHP

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HTML5 Brunch, Season 6
Bootstrap is the subject for this self study course.
Book: Sams Teach Yourself Bootstrap in 24 Hours by Jennifer Kyrnin
jQuery jAM, Season 6
Javascript is the subject for this self study course.
Book: Eloquent Javascript Second Edition by Marijn Haverbeke
Git Lunch, Season 1
The subject of this book is about learning how to use the coding repository GIT.
Book: Learn Git in a Month of Lunches By Rick Umali
HTML5 Brunch, Season 5
The subject of this book is HTML5 and CSS3. I moderated this self study as the Senior Percolator.
Book: HTML and CSS in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself (Updated for HTML5 and CSS3) (9th Edition) (Sams Teach Yourself in 24 Hours) By Julie C Meloni
200 Days of Code
This book concentrated on advanced PHP and object oriented programming.
Book: PHP Advanced and Object-Oriented Programming: Visual QuickPro Guide (3rd Edition) By Larry Ullman
HTML5 Brunch, Season 4
I learned about bootstrap in this book.
Book: Step By Step Bootstrap 3: A Quick Guide to Responsive Web Development Using Bootstrap 3 By Riwanto Megosinarso
PHP Percolate, Season 7
The material in this course was about building e-commerce sites. Paypal and stripe were studied. I assissted in moderating this as the assistant Percolator.
Book: Effortless E-Commerce with PHP and MySQL (2nd Edition) (Voices That Matter)By Larry Ullman
HTML5 Brunch, Season 3
Responsive web design was explained in this course.
Book: Implementing Responsive Design: Building sites for an anywhere, everywhere web (Voices That Matter) By Tim Kadlec
jQuery jAM, Season 4
This was a course on using javascript and jQuery.
Book: jQuery and JavaScript in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself By Brad Dayley
PHP Percolate, Season 6
PHP and MySql where the subjects of this course.
Book: PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide (4th Edition) By Larry Ullman
HTML5 Brunch, Season 2
HTML5 was the subject in this book.
Book: HTML5 Digital Classroom, (Book and Video Training) By Jeremy Osborn, AGI Creative Team
jQuery jAM, Season 3
jQuery and Javascript were learned in this course.
Book: JavaScript & jQuery: The Missing Manual (Missing Manuals)By David Sawyer McFarland

The below are self studies that are independent from Boston PHP.

CSS 3 Coffee Break
CSS3 was the subject of this self study.
Book: HTML5 Digital Classroom, (Book and Video Training) By Jeremy Osborn, AGI Creative Team
Web_290
PHP was the subject. Ok, this is the only one I did not complete. Seemed to basic for my current knowledge. Also, I was involved with helpng moderate PHP Percolate Season 7. This was much more important to me.
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