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DaddyDev 21: Variables

In this DaddyDev lesson, Ryan E. Hamilton introduces variables, which are containers for storing values in JavaScript or any programming language. In programs and in life, things are constantly changing. Just like the word "variable" suggests, these containers hold values that are "able" to "vary" (i.e. they can change), and […]

By |2015-02-14T12:00:00-08:00February 14th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments

DaddyDev 20: Introduction to JavaScript

In this DaddyDev lesson, Ryan E. Hamilton introduces an extremely important language that all web developers should know — JavaScript! JavaScript is the programming language of the Web, and it is one of three crucial languages — [1] HTML, [2] CSS, and [3] JavaScript — that ALL web developers MUST […]

By |2014-09-06T16:30:00-07:00September 6th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments

DaddyDev 19: 9 Complex Functions

In this DaddyDev lesson, Ryan E. Hamilton expounds upon the previous lesson about "How Everything Functions" in three fundamental ways: — in [1] sequences, [2] loops, and [3] conditional cause-and-effect relationships — and how we can use this knowledge to build virtually anything with code. He shows us that the […]

By |2014-09-06T02:30:00-07:00September 6th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments

DaddyDev 18: How Everything Functions

In this DaddyDev lesson, Ryan E. Hamilton explains the three ways that everything in the universe appears to function: in [1] sequences, [2] loops, and [3] conditional cause-and-effect relationships. We can use this knowledge to build virtually anything with code. Understanding these three flow structures is absolutely crucial to structuing […]

By |2014-08-10T10:00:00-07:00August 10th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments

DaddyDev 17: Code Is Language – Part 2

In this DaddyDev lesson, Ryan E. Hamilton continues his discussion about code as being just language, just like any of the languages we read, write, and speak everyday. He draws some key parallels between nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs (found in language) and objects, functions, properties and parameters (found in […]

By |2014-08-09T10:00:00-07:00August 9th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments

DaddyDev 16: Code Is Language – Part 1

In this DaddyDev lesson, Ryan E. Hamilton attempts to dispel the myth that coding is diffucult by focusing on the simple fact that CODE IS LANGUAGE. Yup! Code is just language. That’s all it is! And, fundamentally, all code (any code) uses nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs, just like the […]

By |2014-07-21T12:00:00-07:00July 21st, 2014|Blog|0 Comments

DaddyDev 15: Introduction to CSS

In this DaddyDev lesson, Ryan E. Hamilton teaches the kiddos about Cascading Style Sheets, also known as CSS. If HTML is the skeleton of a webpage, then CSS is the skin, the clothing, the cosmetics, etc. CSS is, quite simply, how we add style and flair to our HTML Elements. […]

By |2014-04-27T08:10:56-07:00April 27th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments

DaddyDev 14: HTML Spans

In this DaddyDev lesson, Ryan E. Hamilton teaches the kiddos about HTML Spans, or the <span> tag! A span is something with two endpoints (like a starting point and an end point). An HTML Span defines a tag is used to group a region of inline elements (like a span […]

By |2014-04-26T09:30:00-07:00April 26th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments

DaddyDev 13: HTML Divisions

In this DaddyDev lesson, Ryan E. Hamilton teaches the kiddos about HTML Divisions, or the <div> tag! An HTML Division defines a division or a section in an HTML document. HTML Divisions are often used together with [CSS] styles, to layout a web page. HTML Divisions are great all-purpose containers […]

By |2014-04-18T10:00:00-07:00April 18th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments

DaddyDev 12: Leaving Comments

In this DaddyDev lesson, Ryan E. Hamilton teaches the kiddos about HTML Comments, or the <!– … –> tag! HTML Comments are a coder’s way to leave notes (i.e. comments) in the source code of the HTML page and/or keep things hidden from the browser. If there’s any HTML that […]

By |2014-04-18T03:45:00-07:00April 18th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments