To prepare for Module 4, please complete & submit the following before 12 noon Sunday, the day before the inning begins. This will allow instructors time to review and provide feedback.
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1. Cover Letter
Complete a cover letter for a real position (no, you cannot make one up), tailored accordingly. The letter should be formatted professionally and look just as a good as one you would submit for a dream job.
Submit: Link to job posting and upload letter.
2. Reflection on Learning Experiences
Complete this exercise to reflect on your learning experience thus far here at Turing.
Submit: Link to gist.
3. Cross Pollination Project Idea
During Mod 4 you have the opportunity to work with Frontend students for about one and a half weeks to build out your group project. Now is the opportunity to be thinking about what you would be interested in building and potentially the tech stack you’d like to use. As part of your intermission work form, there is a section to fill out with details about your project idea. Please be as detailed as possible and include the tech stack you are considering. You will have an opportunity to review the project ideas that have been submitted, as well as, add to this list later in the mod should you have another idea that interests you. We look forward to seeing your ideas!
4. Number Guesser
On a branch called
Submit: Link to Number Guesser Repo AND GitHub Pages deployment link. Make sure this includes the
Submit: Nothing. But you should still do it.
6. Sorting Suite
Submit: Link to repo for Sorting Suite.
Tips for JS success
Suggested resources to utilize:
- Data Types, Variables, Conditionals, Function Basics
- Function Fundamentals, Variable Scope, Loops, Arrays
- Objects, This, Data Structures
- Array Prototype Methods
- ES6, Webpack Tutorial
- Array Cardio Days 1
- Array Cardio Day 2
- Objects and Arrays
- Tally String Times with Reduce
Some biggies if you’re coming from Ruby:
- Methods are called Functions
- You should know the difference between
null; JS does not have a
nillike Ruby does
requireing a file you’ve written does nothing if you didn’t export from that file
return, your return value will be
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