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Seonyoung Chloe (she/her)

UX Art of Programming

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83: The true beauty of engineering.

83: The true beauty of engineering.

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82: The Mentorship is Optional

82: The Mentorship is Optional

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81: Resources, Not Roadmap

81: Resources, Not Roadmap

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80: Visibility of Deductive Thinking!

80: Visibility of Deductive Thinking!

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79: Frameworks VS Libraries

79: Frameworks VS Libraries

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78: Making one's Algorithm structure.

78: Making one's Algorithm structure.

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77: Visual thinking Drawing

77: Visual thinking Drawing

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76: Internship

76: Internship

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75: Why do you love programming

75: Why do you love programming

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74: Default

74: Default

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73: Evaluation and Asking for help

73: Evaluation and Asking for help

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72: Knowledge Worker

72: Knowledge Worker

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71: JavaScript Windows

71: JavaScript Windows

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70 : What is the point of Using Event Handler?

70 : What is the point of Using Event Handler?

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69: What is the bug in front-end development

69: What is the bug in front-end development

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68 : How does let use in javascript and Why

68 : How does let use in javascript and Why

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67: HELP

67: HELP

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66: Coding is self-expression for me!

66: Coding is self-expression for me!

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65: Critical Thinking

65: Critical Thinking

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64: Dual Monitor

64: Dual Monitor

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63: Ugly Coding

63: Ugly Coding

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62 : Puzzle

62 : Puzzle

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61: Watch out 'Burning Out'

61: Watch out 'Burning Out'

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60 : Growing Queerness

60 : Growing Queerness

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59 : Bravo, my solution!

59 : Bravo, my solution!

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58 : the problems in-depth

58 : the problems in-depth

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57 : My algorithms

57 : My algorithms

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56 : Understanding the Computer is a good idea!

56 : Understanding the Computer is a good idea!

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55 : We Live Matter

55 : We Live Matter

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54 : Opening up is important

54 : Opening up is important

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53: What it means to me

53: What it means to me

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52: From Beginner to Intermediate

52: From Beginner to Intermediate

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51: The New Mathematics

51: The New Mathematics

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50: The Employable Skills for a Web front-end developer

50: The Employable Skills for a Web front-end developer

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49: The Consistency is everything

49: The Consistency is everything

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48: Document Object Model

48: Document Object Model

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47: Overcoming from JS fatigue

47: Overcoming from JS fatigue

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46: JavaScript Ecosystem

46: JavaScript Ecosystem

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45: Figure out the reasons

45: Figure out the reasons

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44: Before Artworking

44: Before Artworking

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43 : Coding is ArtWorking

43 : Coding is ArtWorking

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42 : My first interactive website

42 : My first interactive website

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41: Cross Browser Testing

41: Cross Browser Testing

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40: HTTP

40: HTTP

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39 : The Advantage of Self-taught Programming

39 : The Advantage of Self-taught Programming

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38: Create, read, update and delete

38: Create, read, update and delete

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37: Why do we need a Database

37: Why do we need a Database

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36: Daily Challenges

36: Daily Challenges

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36: Does being good at maths help in programming?

36: Does being good at maths help in programming?

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35: Client-side Web Development

35: Client-side Web Development

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34: How does CSS actually work?

34: How does CSS actually work?

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33: What to Know, and What to Do.

33: What to Know, and What to Do.

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32 : What is the difference between a frontend developer and a frontend Engineer?

32 : What is the difference between a frontend developer and a frontend Engineer?

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31 : Why is JavaScript considered as a dynamic programming language?

31 : Why is JavaScript considered as a dynamic programming language?

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30 : How does web browsers work?

30 : How does web browsers work?

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29 : No More Vanilla JavaScript

29 : No More Vanilla JavaScript

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28: Math is a new language

28: Math is a new language

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27: JavaScript Coding Challenge

27: JavaScript Coding Challenge

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26: Computational Thinking

26: Computational Thinking

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25: Project-based Learning

25: Project-based Learning

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