Rob made a todo app for the live code, which was really interesting and helpful to watch, because it covered a lot of we learned in almost everything we’ve done so far, like HTML, JS, CSS, OAuth and Firebase. It went pretty quick, but wasn’t hard to follow what was going on.
On Wednesday there was a meeting about funding options from Concierge, which didn’t really pertain to what my plans are (getting a job, not starting a company), but it was good information to have anyway. I thought the Q&A section lasted a bit longer than it should have.
On an unrelated note, I really like how the resources and schedule are being organized now on the website. It looks good and keeps everything easy to remember and use. I did notice there’s nothing about the company we’re supposed to pick to cover in Matt’s class. Using slack for quick resource sharing is also really helpful during class time.
I think the worst part about writing a blog is going to check your word count after ~5 minutes of writing and seeing only half of the number that should be there and not knowing what else to say.