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Lorem Ipsum Blog with HTML & CSS

This next assignment for the advanced prep work of Viking Code School involved writing HTML and CSS to create a basic blog page using a flex box. This was a rather straightforward assignment. The completed page was also given responsive settings with a media query taking effect if the screen size is below a width… Continue reading Lorem Ipsum Blog with HTML & CSS

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CSS3 with Viking Code School

The CSS section immediately followed the HTML section of Viking Code School's advanced prep work. I had previously had some brief experience with CSS, so the basics were already familiar to me. The course covered the basic elements of CSS, including selectors, properties, and values and how they work in connection with the HTML elements.… Continue reading CSS3 with Viking Code School

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Software Engineering Basics with Viking Code School

The following is an overview of the Software Engineering Basics course of Viking Code School’s prep work. The course covered a wide range of topics, including the history of software engineering, the four step engineering problem solving approach, Agile Development, XP and SCRUM techniques, software testing, Test-Driven and Behavior Driven Development, pseudocoding, modularity, and best… Continue reading Software Engineering Basics with Viking Code School

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Pagination in Pivotal Tracker and Pseudocode

This was the final project for the Software Engineering Basics course of Viking Code School’s prep work. The task was to create pagination for the Viking Store e-commerce app that I created stories for in Pivotal Tracker in an earlier assignment. The projected involved creating new stories for the pagination and then writing pseudocode for… Continue reading Pagination in Pivotal Tracker and Pseudocode

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Modular Pseudocode for an Elevator

As an assignment for the Software Engineering Basics course of Viking Code School’s prep work, I was tasked with writing a program in pseudocode for an elevator. The program was to be broken down into modules that could tackle specific tasks and communicate with each other for the largely goal of operating the elevator. The… Continue reading Modular Pseudocode for an Elevator