Web Development Study Groups

This page is maintained by the study group leaders

If you have an in-person or online meetup group which uses The Odin Project, we'll feature it here and announce it on the site so you can get some more people involved. Just shoot us an email at contact@theodinproject.com

If you want to start an online meetup group via Meetup.com, we'll make you a co-organizer of our group which is technically based in SF. Again, just shoot over an email!

Meetup Groups:

Starting Your Own

These study groups are pretty ad-hoc -- they are run by students. If you'd like to start one, you're welcome to cover any material you want at any pace you want.

For instance, you could set up a daily Ruby study group that covers any questions people have about Ruby or you could have a weekly group that marches through the Javascript course at your own pace. Regardless, if you let us know about your study group, we'll help get the word out for you. We've included several of the previous study groups here so you can see what path they took.

Option 1: Start a group on Meetup.com (or any other site) in your local area and let us know about it. We'll list it above.

Option 2: Start a virtual group. You can do this by using our Meetup Group. We'll make you an organizer and you can post your events on the group.

Option 3: Start a group through these tabs. This option is described here.

How it works

Each study group has its own tab on this /studygroups page (as you can see) and each of these tabs is maintained by the leader of that study group.

So if you want to lead a study group, just fork this project and create your own tab, then submit it as a pull request to the `dev` branch of the main repo. It's the same flow (though less intense) that we describe in the Contributing section.

You should be able to cut and paste code from the other tabs. This is currently just one giant HTML file.

Disclaimer: This isn't the best way to do things, but we're still figuring out what we'll need to actually build in the future :)

Leading a Study Group FAQ

  • Why do people start these groups?
  • So far, the biggest reason has been so the leader can motivate him/herself to go through the material. A nice side benefit is having other people to bounce questions off of.
  • What topics should I cover?
  • Anything you want! You could start in the middle, at the beginning, in the projects... if it's useful material to you, then it'll probably be useful for someone else too.
  • How often should we meet?
  • As often as you want. Weekly seems to be good based on the groups so far.
  • How much code do I need to know?
  • Not much. As an organizer, you just need to be able to edit this HTML page to keep your group schedule current from week-to-week. As for the material itself that you'll be covering, you could already know it and offer to help people who don't or you could be learning it yourself at the same time.
  • How long do I need to lead the group?
  • As long as you want, though please give your students notice if you'll be discontinuing it (and remove its tab from this page).
  • How do I set up the video hangout?
    1. Join our Google Group, where we keep up with the development of this whole project.
    2. Set up a Google Hangout on Air and invite our google group ("Team Odin"). When you create the Hangout on Air, it will also create a Google Event for whenever you've scheduled the Hangout on Air
    3. Include the link to that Event in your study group tab (see the examples on other tabs, which have a link to each week's session)
    4. When it's time, "start" the Hangout on Air from the Event page. It will take you to the Hangout window. If you're in the Chrome browser (not Safari), you'll see an address bar at the top with the link to that Hangout. Copy and paste that link into the Google Event page comments so everyone else in your group can join you. Sometimes people may need to log out then try to follow the link (I don't know why).
    5. When you're ready to get started, click the "Start Broadcast" button from within the Hangout to begin broadcasting. It will save the whole thing to your YouTube account when you're done.
    6. Cover your material, assign homework, and update your tab with the next week's links/assignments. You can save time by scheduling events and Hangouts weeks in advance.

If you have additional questions, please reach out to us as described on the Contact Page

Stop by the Team Odin Google Community anytime for help, support, or technical issues. And have fun!

The Ruby Track

This is a free weekly study group on Monday at 10pm EST, but will also present an earlier event for any 'Europeans or non standard US timezones individuals' who would like to join. We will be working through The Odin Project curriculum from beginning to end.

During the week, we will be working through the curriculum independently, and completed projects are due on the date of our next meeting. During our study group meetings, we can show our completed projects, discuss questions, and keep each other motivated.

I'm a Ruby Newbie. But if you have more experience please feel free to join up, it will be greatly appreciated. The final schedule is posted and will be mirror the curriculum structure and be completed within 10 weeks depending on everyone's pace.

I have personally completed several tutorials in Rails(framework for Ruby), but I am looking to increase my increase my experience with the Ruby Lang and looking for anyone else who is interested learning Ruby with me.

Note: Yes, there are two hangouts and will be as long as I can get 12 rsvps for the Daytime event, so please invite anyone who is interested.

Add me to your G+ circles!

Featured Ruby Newbie: Brian

The assistant: "Accepting Applicants!!!" If would like to assists in notes or provide regular input.

Prerequisites

  • Be familiar enough the info in the Web 101 track and possibly Git. If you're not, at least read through the first section of Web Dev 101 sections.
  • Read Getting started guide.

Schedule

Mondays at 1230pm and 10pm est

Click below for transcripts on each session. Visit the courses gist page.

Click below for transcripts on each session. Visit the courses gist page.

Week 9 Study Group Meeting

Date: Monday July 14, 2014
Time: 10:00pm 'Night Edition' EST (GMT-4) or 12:30pm 'Early Birds' EST (GMT-4)
Project Due: Complete all sections, Testing, Git, and Final Project
Location: Night Edition - Google Hangout or
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout page 15 mins prior on Monday.

Location: Google Hangout

Click below for transcripts on each session. Visit the courses gist page.

Week Eight Study Group Meeting

Date: Monday July 7, 2014
Time: 10:00pm 'Night Edition' EST (GMT-4)
Project Due: Algorithm and Recursion sections
Location: Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout page 15 mins prior on Monday.

Location: Google Hangout

Working on Algorithms and Recursion, nothing too crazy but some great info.

Click below for transcripts on each session. Visit the courses gist page.

Week 7 Study Group Meeting

Date: Monday June 30, 2014
Time: 10:00pm 'Night Edition' EST (GMT-4) or 12:30pm 'Early Birds' EST (GMT-4)
Project Due: Complete the OOP and File/IO sections
Location: Night Edition - Google Hangout or Early Birds - Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout page 15 mins prior on Monday.

Location: Google Hangout

This week we will share our solutions for the OOP sectio. These are all open book problem sets so feel free to read through the example code and recommended resources.

Click below for transcripts on each session. Visit the courses gist page.

Week 6 Study Group Meeting

Date: Monday June 23, 2014
Time: 10:00pm 'Night Edition' EST (GMT-4) or 12:30pm 'Early Birds' EST (GMT-4)
Project Due: Complete the OOP and File/IO sections
Location: Night Edition - Google Hangout or Early Birds - Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout page 15 mins prior on Monday.

Location: Google Hangout

This week we will share our solutions for the OOP sectio. These are all open book problem sets so feel free to read through the example code and recommended resources.

Click below for transcripts on each session. Visit the courses gist page.

Week 5 Study Group Meeting

Date: Monday June 2, 2014
Time: 10:00pm 'Night Edition' EST (GMT-4) or 12:30pm 'Early Birds' EST (GMT-4)
Project Due: Complete the OOP problem set
Location: Night Edition - Google Hangout or Early Birds - Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout page 15 mins prior on Monday.

Location: Google Hangout

This week we will share our solutions for the OOP sectio. These are all open book problem sets so feel free to read through the example code and recommended resources.

Click below for transcripts on each session. Visit the courses gist page.

Week 4 Study Group Meeting

Date: Monday May 27, 2014
Time: 10:00pm 'Night Edition' EST (GMT-4) or 12:30pm 'Early Birds' EST (GMT-4)
Project Due: Complete the Advanced Building Blocks problem set
Location: Night Edition - Google Hangout or Early Birds - Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout page 15 mins prior on Monday.

Project Due: Read "Building Blocks problems"
Location: Google Hangout

This week we will share our solutions to our first problem set and continue onto the next problem set. Be sure to begin reading through the OOP section in preparation for next week's assignment.

Click below for transcripts on each session. Visit the courses gist page.

Week 3 Study Group Meeting

Date: Monday May 19, 2014
Time: 10:00pm 'Night Edition' EST (GMT-4) or 12:30pm 'Early Birds' EST (GMT-4)
Project Due: Complete the Building Blocks problem set and finish the Avancded Building Blocks section
Location: Night Edition - Google Hangout or Early Birds - Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout page 15 mins prior on Monday.

Project Due: Read "Building Blocks problems"
Location: Google Hangout

This week we will share our solutions to our first problem set and continue onto the next problem set. Be sure to begin reading through the Avanced section in preparation for next week's assignment.

Click below for transcripts on each session. Visit the courses gist page.

Week 2 Study Group Meeting

Date: Monday May 12, 2014
Time: 10:00pm 'Night Edition' EST (GMT-4) or 12:30pm 'Early Birds' EST (GMT-4)
Project Due: Complete Step 1 of the curriculum
Location: Night Edition - Google Hangout or Early Birds - Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout page 15 mins prior on Monday. This will be our first "official" jump into the problems.

Project Due: Read "Steps 1 and 2"
Location: Google Hangout

This week will conclude the first Ruby section "Ruby Building Blocks," This covers steps 1, 2, and first project. We will finally have something to build.

Click below for transcripts on each session. Visit the courses gist page.

Week 1 Study Group Meeting

Date: Monday May 5, 2014
Time: 10:00pm 'Night Edition' EST (GMT-4) or 12:30pm 'Early Birds' EST (GMT-4)
Project Due: Complete Step 1 of the curriculum
Location: Night Edition - Google Hangout or Early Birds - Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout page 15 mins prior on Monday. This will be our first "official" jump into the curriculum.

Project Due: Read "How This Course Will Work"
Location: Google Hangout

I have extended the assignment due, "How this course will work." I am also encouraging everyone to at least complete the Codecademy Ruby Course or Learn Programming with Chris Pine, since there were a number newbies to Ruby.

Date: Monday April 27, 2014
Time: 10:00pm 'Night Edition' EST (GMT-4) or 12:00pm 'early Birds' EST (GMT-4)
Project Due: Nothing this week, just come say hello and skim through coursework
Location: Night - Google Hangout or Day - Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout page 15 mins prior on Monday. This will be our first meeting and will be an introduction to the group. Please stop by and say hello.

Project Due: Read "How This Course Will Work"
Location: Google Hangout
Video: Youtube
Transcript: Gist


Stop by the Team Odin Google Community anytime during the week.

The Rails track!

We will be working through The Odin Project curriculum, starting at the Ruby on Rails section. We'll meet online weekly, go over our efforts, and help answer each others questions.

Your fearless guide: Afshin

Prerequisites

  • Be comfortable with Git, HTML, CSS, javascript, and especially Ruby code. If you're not, then you'll want to go through Web Dev 101 and Ruby sections.
  • Read and finish the course intro.

Compared to a lot of other Rails tutorials, the Odin Rails curriculum covers a wider range of topics - for good reason. We want to be able to implement our own app ideas, not just follow a cookie-cutter recipe.

Study-group Goals

  • Meet at least weekly to discuss efforts, problems, and their solutions,
  • Keep schedule flexible based on participants needs,
  • Provide extra value by providing info form outside the curriculum,
  • Comradery, and inspiration from fellow devs on the same track,
  • and more!

Schedule

The regular weekly hangouts started in March 2014 and were ongoing 'till the end of May. We'll continue to have less regularly planned pairing sessions while we work on the final project. You're encouraged to start a new studygroup or continue this one if you'd like. Videos and transcripts with notes from past sessions are available.


Click below for details about each studygroup session, with links to video. For transcripts, visit the courses github page.

Date: Sunday May 25, 2014
Time: 7:30pm PDT (GMT-7)

Location: Week 12 Google Hangout
Check above link right before 7:30 to join the live hangout or just watch.
Vist the studygroup page for mid-week discussions.

If you've been following along with the group, you should be pretty much finished with the Hartl tutorial. You should also be towards the end of the Odin project's Rails curriculum. This will be the last regular weekly hangout session and we'll talk about the final project(s), and whats next.

Date: Sunday May 18, 2014
Time: 7:30pm PDT (GMT-7)

Location: Week 11 Google Hangout
Check above link right before 7:30 to join the live hangout or just watch.
Vist the studygroup page for mid-week discussions.

This week we'll be going over the Forms section from the curriculum, get into authentication, and possibly discuss associations some more. As always, your input is welcome.

Date: Sunday May 11, 2014
Time: 7:30pm PDT (GMT-7)

Location: Week 10 Google Hangout
Check above link right before 7:30 to join the live hangout or just watch.
Vist the studygroup page for mid-week discussions.

This week is all about Active Record, in the curriculum, and in the Rails Guides . Hopefully you'll have tackled the Micro-Reddit project.

Week 10 transcript & notes
Week 10 Video

Date: Sunday May 4, 2014
Time: 7:30pm PDT (GMT-7)

Location: Week 9 Google Hangout
Check above link right before 7:30 to join the live hangout or just watch.
Vist the studygroup page for mid-week discussions.

After a brief hiatus last Sunday, we're jumping back into the saddle this week. We're going to dive right into databases. Read Databases and SQL from the curriculum and get started on the next project. Also, you should be on the last few chapters of Hartl by now.

Date: Sunday April 27, 2014
Time: 7:30pm PDT (GMT-7)

Location: Week 8 Google Hangout
Check above link right before 7:30 to join the live hangout or watch.
Vist the studygroup page for mid-week discussions.

It's 'Project: Basic Routes, Views and Controllers' week. We should have read about the Asset Pipeline, and lets be ready to talk about the two project due from the curriclum, like what front-end framework we chose to implement instead of Bootstrap. At this point we should be ready finish the last chapters of Hartl.

The hangout for this day was cancelled. So no video or transcript!

Date: Sunday April 20, 2014
Time: 7:30pm PST (GMT-8)
Due on the 20th:
Views, from the curriculum
(Edge) RailsGuides on Views
Hartl Tutorial - Chpts 8,9
Location: Week 7 Google Hangout
Check above link right before 7:30 to join the live hangout or watch.

Our focus this week will be on views. Regular participants should be around Chapter 8 of the Hartl tutorial and finished with the section on Views in the Odin curriculum. We'll review some good stuff around these things, explore more testing, and more...

Week 7 transcript & notes
Week 7 Video

Date: Sunday April 13, 2014
Time: 7:30pm PST (GMT-8)
Due on the 13th:
Controllers, from the curriculum
(Edge) RailsGuides on Controllers
Hartl Tutorial - Chpts 5,6,7
Location: Week 6 Google Hangout
Check above link right before 7:30 to join the live hangout or watch.

We're kicking into high gear this week! Aside from our focus on controllers, the goal is to finish chapters 5-7 in the Hartl tutorial. During the hangout on Sunday we'll cover some issues around controllers, testing, and more.

Week 6 transcript & notes
Week 6 Video

Date: Sunday April 6, 2014
Time: 7:30pm PST (GMT-8)
Projects Due on the 16th:
Routing, from the curriculum
(Edge) RailsGuides on Routing
Location: Week 5 Google Hangout
Check above link right before 7:30 to join the live hangout or watch.

Basic routing is pretty straightforward and in the routing section of the Odin curriculum we get a great explanation of a lot of what we need to know about the subject. I found turning to the RailsGuides for more detail to be a bad learning experience! The main thrust of the week 5 hangout will be to cover some details about routing not in the curriculum and poorly covered in the RailsGuides.

Week 5 transcript & notes
Week 5 Video

Date: Sunday March 30, 2014
Time: 7:30pm PST (GMT-8)
Project Due:
RESTClient
Hartl's Chpts 3 & 4
Treehouse's Intro to RSpec
Location: Week 4 Google Hangout
Check above link right before 7:30 to join the live hangout or watch.

We'll go over the RESTClient project and look at some tests for it. We'll follow up with the information on testing, go over the Treehouse article and any of the other articles related to testing that folks want to cover. We'll jump into Routing, and more!

Week 4 transcript & notes
Week 4 Video

Date: Sunday March 23, 2014
Time: 7:30pm PST (GMT-8)
Project Due:
Beginners : Chris Pine's online Learn to Program + Hartl Chapters 1 & 2
Advanced Beginners : Above + first 7 of Test First Ruby with test rewrites.
Location: Week 3 Google Hangout
Check above link right before 7:30 to join the live hangout or watch.

This next week will be the last time we'll work on material not specific to Rails. Hopefully you took the opportunity this last week to explore RSpec outside the context of Rails and gained familiarity with some of those best practices.

We'll review our re-writes of some of the Test-first-Ruby tests, the ruby implmentations for the tests, and the other assignments including touching on the article and gem. I'll present some material I consider pretty crucial with regards to testing that is not in Hartl or some of the other common resources. Time permitting, there will be other little knick-knacks! Bring your questions!

Week 3 transcript & notes
Week 3 Video

Date: Sunday March 16, 2014
Time: 7:30pm PST (GMT-8)
Project Due:
First-timers : "How this course will work"
Second-timers : RailsGuides' project, Blogger2
Location: Week 2 Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on above Hangout page right before meeting time.

Seems like there's going to be a bunch of new people. We will probably backtrack a bit and repeat much of Week 1, especially in regards to installation and environment setup. We'll dive into some HTTP and REST, a little deeper than last time. And more! ;-)
Those folks who were there the first week can share how long it took them to finish the RailsGuides project and Blogger2.

Week 2 transcript & notes
Week 2 Video

Date: Sunday March 9, 2014
Time: 7:30pm PST (GMT-8)
Project Due: Read "How this course will work"
Location: Week 1 Google Hangout

This first meeting will be mostly a meet-and-greet, and orientation. Some of us have already built some stuff with Rails, some of us don't yet know the difference between Rails and Ruby; I expect a variety of levels. Come one, come all.

This first week lets go through an exploration of our installation and dev environment options, some talk around what we'd all like to get out of the course, what kind of time and effort we're willing and able to put into it, and anything else folks want to cover.

Week 1 transcript & notes
Week 1 Video


Stop by the Team Odin Google Community anytime during the week.

Web Dev 101 (Ended)

This free weekly study group met on Sundays at 6pm PST. We worked through The Odin Project's Web Development 101 Course from beginning to end.

During the week, we worked through the curriculum independently, and completed projects were due on Sunday at our meeting. During our study group meetings, we showed off our completed projects, discussed questions, and kept each other motivated.

This study group is kept here in case people want to have an example of a week-to-week schedule to progress through the curriculum.

Your fearless guide: Joshua

Your mad scientist assistant: Erik

Week 10 Study Group Meeting

Date: Sunday, April 20, 2014

Time: 6:00pm PST (GMT-7)

Homework Due: Finish the last lessons in the Web Development 101 Curriculum!!!.

Location: Google Hangout
*** A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout event page at 5:55pm PST on Sunday. ***

What We'll Cover

This is it! You've probably still got some work to do on the Rails projects but this is the last week so we're officially finishing everything. The last lessons are primarily reading and good context to send you on your way with, so get those done. I realize this meeting is on Easter Sunday so it may be sparsely attended but just drop in if you've got questions around the last Rails stuff or the final few lessons of reading. Otherwise, if you're new to this stuff and want to start over, Tatiana's got a new track starting up right after this one finishes so check it out!

Week 9 Study Group Meeting

Date: Sunday, April 13, 2014

Time: 6:00pm PST (GMT-7)

Homework Due: Finish through the Rails Project ("Jumpstart Blogger").

Location: Google Hangout
*** A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout event page at 5:55pm PST on Sunday. ***

What We'll Cover

It's a tough week this week so I hope you've gotten a head start -- we'll be doing all the lessons up to the Jumpstart Blogger tutorial in Ruby on Rails. For some, it may be your first taste of Rails. It'll be challenging at first because I'm intentionally throwing a lot at you. We can debug your issues in the study group.

Week 8 Study Group Meeting

Date: Sunday, April 6, 2014

Time: 6:00pm PST (GMT-7)

Homework Due: Finish through the Ruby Project ("Test-First Ruby").

Location: Google Hangout
*** A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout event page at 5:55pm PST on Sunday. ***

What We'll Cover

This week you get a chance to do some Test-First Ruby, which both gives you exposure to testing and will challenge your understanding of the language like hasn't happened yet so far. Next week we'll move into frameworks and, specifically, get you your first taste of Ruby on Rails.

Week 7 Study Group Meeting

Date: Sunday, March 30, 2014

Time: 6:00pm PST (GMT-7)

Homework Due: Finish the Ruby Basics lesson, which includes the Ruby Monk tutorials and the Project Euler problems (which you've already done in Javascript).

Location: Google Hangout
*** A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout event page at 5:50pm PST on Sunday. ***

What We'll Cover

March 23 - March 30, 2014

We'll finish up the "learning" part of Ruby this week by closing the book on Chris Pine and the Ruby Monk. Next week we'll move into testing and the project (Test-First Ruby Project).

Week 6 Study Group Meeting

Date: Sunday, March 23, 2014

Time: 6:00pm PST (GMT-7)

Project Due: Chris Pine's Learning to Program, ch 1-10 problem solutions.

Extra Credit: Finish the Ruby Monk tutorials or even get started on the Test-First Ruby Project

Location: Google Hangout
*** A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout event page at 5:50pm PST on Sunday. ***

What We'll Cover

March 17 - March 23, 2014

Because we didn't have a real meeting last week, consider this a reprieve and some extra time to work on Ruby! The homework assignment is still chapters 1 - 10 in Chris Pine's book but you can hopefully also dive into the Ruby Monk lessons listed in the Ruby Basics lesson.

On Sunday we will review any questions you have about Chris Pine's book, the Ruby Monk tutorials, and look ahead to the Test-first project which will be done the following week.

Week 5 Study Group Meeting

Date: Sunday, March 16, 2014
Time: 6:00pm PST (GMT-8)
Project Due: Complete Chris Pine's Learning to Program, chapters 1 - 10 problem solutions.
Location: Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout event page at 5:50pm PST on Sunday.

Week 5 Curriculum

March 10 - March 16, 2014

Drop and give me chapters 1 - 10. This week we're working through Chris Pine's Learning to Program, chapters 1 -10. We have a week to read and solve the problems, which works out to about 2 chapters per day. On Sunday we can review our code together.

Week 4 Study Group Meeting

Date: Sunday, March 9, 2014
Time: 6:00pm PST (GMT-8)
Project Due: Javascript Project
Location: Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout event page at 5:50pm PST on Sunday.

Week 4 Curriculum

March 3 - March 9, 2014

This week's mission is to complete the Javascript 101 and jQuery 101 lessons.

Complete the Javascript/jQuery Etch-a-Sketch assignment. Add your answers to the Student Solutions section using git/github if you'd like.

Week 3 Study Group Meeting

Date: Sunday, March 2, 2014
Time: 6:00pm PST (GMT-8)
Project Due: Project Euler Solutions
Location: Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout event page at 5:50pm PST on Sunday.

Week 3 Curriculum

February 24 - March 2, 2014

This week's mission is to complete the Javascript 101 lesson.

Complete the Project Euler assignment. Add your answers to the Student Solutions section using git/github if you'd like.

Week 2

If you missed last week's meeting and are still interested in climbing aboard, now is the time! Everyone was still getting up to speed at last week's study group, so we extended the first project through this week.

For many, this looks like review. But it's trickier than it looks and takes longer than you might expect, so start early and work every day.

Week 2 Study Group Meeting

Date: Sunday, February 23, 2014
Time: 6:00pm PST (GMT-8)
Project Due: HTML/CSS
Location: Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout event page at 5:50pm PST on Sunday.

Note: There are 10 spots available in the interactive chat. We will be cycling participants in and out of the interactive chat to go over the project and questions. If you can't get into the interactive chat because it's full, you can watch the study group live, until a spot opens up for you.

Please wear headphones to avoid crazy echo madness.

If you try to enter the interactive chat and get a Google server error, copy the link to the chat to your clipboard, log out of Google, paste the url into your browser and go to it, Google will ask for your password, then it should let you in.

If that doesn't work, try the same steps in another browser.

Week 2 Curriculum

February 17 - February 23, 2014
HTML and CSS Basics

Week 1 Study Group Meeting

Date: February 16, 2014
Time: 6:00pm PST (GMT-8)
Project Due: HTML/CSS
Location: Google Hangout
A link to join the meeting will be posted on the hangout page at 5:50pm on Sunday.

Week 1 Curriculum

February 9 - February 15, 2014
HTML and CSS Basics