A few days ago I conducted a workshop in which I presented a set of advice learnt from experiences that have happened to me during the past 6 months in my internship as Front-End developer.
After some people asked me about the recording and because I’m not super confident with the outcome, I decided to convert it into an article.
But first of all, let me say I would be very thankful if you could take a couple of minutes to give me your feedback 🤓 I mean I would be very interested in knowing if those things…
This is the story of how I became a RedPointer and what it’s like to land in Red Points as a Front-End developer.
If you have been around lately, you may already know I went through a master degree at Assembler School in full-stack development. And yes, the time to search for the internship finally arrived. After some research, a bit of LinkedIn fine tunning, a lot of workshops on how to handle technical interviews and other useful resources that Assembler provided, I ended up with a pretty impressive amount of 8 offers.
Now, I’m a part-time Front-End intern at Red Points and part-time self-taught Front-End developer 🙆🏻♀️
Today, I wanted to show you what has been my master’s degree final project but also a project I kept working on after the master. It’s been 2.5 …
Last week, after an interview I was asked to go through a test to prove my skills. It had to be done using React… which was completely unknown for me! So I decided to take the bull by the horns and try React and SASS at the same time!
The experiment was really worth the effort! I discovered that SASS is a super good way to organise your CSS and on top of that, the website comes with all the information a newbie needs to know and the transition is more than easy.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
1. Sass stylesheets…
I’d like to write about my experience at Ironhack just in case there are doubtful readers in the room :)
There’s nothing bad to say about it really, however, there are some things to take into account. Note that, I went through the FULL-TIME WEB DEV.
Two years after finishing my degree in design management and working as a designer for a couple of agencies I realised, that coding was the missing skill in my portfolio and I was determinate to learn no matter what 💪🏻
So, after some research, I found out Ironhack was the best choice in Barcelona for the following reasons:
Hello, Medium audience!
I’m new here but I think I’m gonna get on well with this.
To be honest, I was a bit sceptical about Medium, don’t really know why… I understood that this can become my personal blog and that I can link it to my personal website, so making the perfect couple! I’ll try to post on a regular basis but can’t promise anything.
Hopefully, these posts will help someone somewhere.
Firstly, let me introduce myself:
My name is Cristina Moreno, I live in Sabadell (close to Barcelona) and even though I studied design management, I’m now into…
After noticing that the relationship between designers and developers is a struggle, I decided to shift gears and try developing end user interfaces by myself.