[Noisebridge WebDev] Backtracking Recaps and Solutions, Frontend WebDev,

Candace Lazarou candacelazarou at gmail.com
Wed Oct 17 03:45:44 UTC 2012


I'd like to stay on this list to receive updates about this class, but
I don't want to deal with the condescending rambling.  Could that, uh,
stop?  Or maybe you could have this discussion face to face with "the
instructor" instead of making us all suffer through it.  If I've now
incurred your ire, please feel free to address me directly at the next
class instead of writing me an essay.  I'm the non-white girl with the
long black hair + a bleached streak.

-Candace

On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 7:27 PM, Aaronco Thirtysix <aaronco36 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 4:12 PM, Jeffrey Carl Faden
> <jeffreyatw at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Not sure what you're asking about the recaps, as I did provide a recap for
>> last week's material yesterday.
>>
>
> To help assist with the instructor's understanding of my "recaps"
> question, here is a rephrasing of the previous inquiry.
> Would the instructor or other class attendees be able to provide
> recaps of far-jumping previous weeks' material at 7:30pm, e.g.,
> providing "simple tutorials" next Monday evening and on future Monday
> evenings that go all the way back to two or more previous weeks'
> material within this Third Frontend WebDev Series??
>
> Hmmm...probably still too unclear; perhaps a clearer sample question
> is warranted:
> Would the instructor or other class attendees be able to provide
> recaps during the brief 7:30pm Monday recap sessions held on Week 5,
> Week 6, Week 7 and/or onwards, recapping previous weeks' material
> going as far back as Week 2 or Week3 ??
>
> I don't know how I can make this question any clearer for the
> instructor and others.
> Any suggestions here?
>
>> As for the assignments, there is a link to the solution at the bottom of
>> every assignment, e.g.:
>> http://jeffreyatw.com/static/frontend/series3/class1/assignment.html
>> http://jeffreyatw.com/static/frontend/series3/class2/assignment.html
>> http://jeffreyatw.com/static/frontend/series3/class3/assignment.html
>>
>
> The "link to the solution at the bottom of every assignment" is, IMHO,
> a fairly NON-NOTICEABLE webpage link at the bottom of each assignment
> link noted immediately above.
> - Would the instructor wish to make this solution link much more
> noticeable by perhaps using the appropriate CSS stylesheet entries??
> - And speaking of CSS, Are the style.css files for these
> assignment.html solutions the IDENTICAL style.css files used for
> presenting the class material for that week, and for every week going
> forward??
> - And IF the style.css files for the presented material and the
> solutions are one and the same, then WHERE is it clearly explained
> that the particular entries in each style.css are the actual solved
> entries for that assignment.html solution??
> I happen to be looking at Week 2's style.css (found within the
> lecture.zip download of
> http://jeffreyatw.com/static/frontend/series3/class2/lecture.zip) and
> I myself see ZERO comments explaining the particular CSS selectors and
> classes used and what they do.
>
>
>> The point of the labs is to walk through and eventually provide the correct
>> the solutions for the assignments, so yes, you can come to the labs and we
>> will discuss the answers.
>
> Excellent!
> Maybe the instructor can even write these answers down with not only
> some "discussion", but also some brief but clear explanation during
> each lab session -- a reference to one or more good external links
> wouldn't hurt too much either :-)
>
> -A
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