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Beth Gray edited this page Jan 19, 2021 · 18 revisions

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Welcome to a Front-End Web Development wiki directed at helping Code Louisville students! To the right, you will see a menu with a list of links. There will be links for each week that we make a Wiki page for. I will try to get out a new page before class each week.

Pre-Work Review

Before taking this course, your pre-requisite course work should have included:

Don't hesitate to reference these sections from time to time when you need a refresher on a topic. Also remember that you can always reach out to your mentors or check out the channel associated with the night you are taking your course. Additionally, there is a #front-end-discussion channel and a #git-and-github channel.


A link to the syllabus can be found in the Syllabus section of the Code Louisville wiki.

Project Requirements

Project requirements can be found on the Project Requirements page of the Code Louisville Wiki. Projects are due by noon of the last Friday of the session.

  • January 2021 Session = Noon (EST), Friday, April 2nd

Event Submission

While attending Code Louisville, you are required to attend at least 2 tech events during the session. When you attend a tech event, you will need to submit an event form. You must submit one form for each event. You CAN NOT submit multiple events using one form submission.

If you are unsure whether a tech event counts for the Code Louisville requirements, feel free to ask in the Tech Event channel of the Code Louisville Slack. Also don't limit yourself to 2 events. Tech events serve as a great way to get your name out there and let people know what you are learning and/or passionate about. They are a great way to make connections and find unique opportunities you may have otherwise been unaware of.