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21st Century Skills

Lisa Walters
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Lisa Walters
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 15,255 Points

Not a question...but this is funny!

I would just like to say that I appreciate the humor in the names of the guest speakers and the topics. I keep giggling. "Hey Mongo!"....That is pretty funny....thanks! :)

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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You didn't have a link to the course, which one was it and who was teaching?

Several of the instructors like to slip a little humor into their lessons. The ones that really stand out in that regard from courses I have taken are Kenneth Love and Craig Dennis.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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You still forgot the link, but I dug around and think I found it in the Bootstrap Basics course. I didn't spot it skimming the videos (let me know if I missed it), but you can see it by running the web site in the Form Groups and Form Controls workspace included with the last course stage.

Lisa Walters
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Lisa Walters
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 15,255 Points

Sorry I didn't have a link! It is actually in unit 9 of the Front End Techdegree where Guil Hernandez is teaching ways of implementing a form in Bootstrap. All of the names of the conference attendees are puns on languages, libraries and frameworks, like "Jay Query" or "Node Stradamus". It just gave me a big smile! By the way...thank you for all of your helpful comments and answers to questions in the front end courses.