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Becoming a Web Developer - Creating a Resume Web Page

John Mann, Software Developer and Teacher

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8 Lessons (37m)
    • 1. Intro

    • 2. Developer Vs Designer

    • 3. The Project Example

    • 4. Setup

    • 5. HTML Tag Basics

    • 6. Header Html Creation

    • 7. Additional Html Content

    • 8. Deployment


About This Class


In this class, we will explain the difference between a developer and designer and we will explain how HTML is created and delivered to a web server.  

You will create a web page and put that web page to a real website so you can show your friends what you are working on.

You do not need any development experience. You should be familiar with a text editor, like textEdit on Mac or notepad on Windows.

This is part 1 of a series to get you to create a website with multiple pages, some basic javascript, and CSS styling.





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John Mann

Software Developer and Teacher

Having been a software developer for over 20 years, I am excited to teach some of my experience and help others explore web development. I have worked at Microsoft, Getty Images, and Huge. I have written code in C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, HTML, PHP, and even Pascal. I have taught Database Design and JavaScript at Bellevue College. I also have taught at General Assembly front-end web development and the JavaScript intensive course. I look forward to teaching here and helping you through your j...

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