N. N. Light2 days ago
I'm very sorry the trolls attacked Jett but you did a great job reporting the trolls. The truth of the matter is that the music industry is much more intense. I take the advice of my favorite rockman, Dee Snider,
Chris Hodgeman8 hours ago
Daniel, when you have a moment, have a look at MavSocial (www.mavsocial.com) - our free version is lot more powerful that some of the ones you mentioned!
Leslie Denning2 days ago
Hi Daniel. What a wonderful post. I love all the resources you mention. Some I use, others I might use in the future. Thanks for sharing this information. I commented on your blog and shared it, as well.
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Abd Qoyyuum2 hours ago
I totally love Codecademy. Of course, it shouldn't stop there. Codecademy can provide the most basic to a little advance, but if you wanna take it further, I recommend contributing to a couple of Github projects. Almost immediately you will find yourself a bit stuck on the web design (since you've studied HTML/CSS). The next resource site would be Mozilla Development Network (http://developer.mozilla.org) and then try out extra CSS stuff there.
That and plus, if you have already learnt jQuery, it's time to dig into their technical docs and build something. Make a slider, make a carousel, make anything!