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Jesse Smith Byers

(she/her/hers) Full Stack Web Developer with a background in science teaching, district administration, and curriculum.

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Education

Flatiron School

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i beginer i want learn javascript could you please suggest a course

I would recommend FreeCodeCamp's Javascript algorithms and da...

I feel like the quality of posts in Dev is deteriorating

I have a couple thoughts to add to this discussion: Increa...

New season of DevDiscuss! S3E1, Developing in Minecraft & Roblox

Just listened to this episode with my two boys, ages 8 and 10...

What are the worst nightmares for devs? 🎃

Working remotely while home-schooling, and a child knocks ove...

5 Most Popular Coding Challenge Website

Ooh, that’s a new one for me! I’ll have to check it out!

Do you have a standing desk? Which one?

I just got the Vivo (frame only) with the manual crank. It is...

How To...Rails: Complex Associations, Nested Forms, and Form Helpers

Glad this was helpful! I wrote this because I REALLY struggle...

Welcome Thread - v94

Welcome to the community! It's a great place to be!

Welcome Thread - v94

Welcome to the community!

Someone Stole My DEV Article! How To Build a Python Script to Detect Stolen Content

OK, I don't think I can send you a DM unless you follow me!

Someone Stole My DEV Article! How To Build a Python Script to Detect Stolen Content

Thank you for the feedback! This could definitely be tweaked ...

Someone Stole My DEV Article! How To Build a Python Script to Detect Stolen Content

Uh oh, I guess I better run the script!

Someone Stole My DEV Article! How To Build a Python Script to Detect Stolen Content

I’m fairly new to Python as well, and this was a perfect intr...

Someone Stole My DEV Article! How To Build a Python Script to Detect Stolen Content

Thank you, what a great idea! I’ll definitely take a look at ...

Staircase Challenge Revisited: Python Version

What a perfect method for this! Thank you for introducing me ...

Managing Frustration in Project-Based Learning

Joseph - I definitely run into those bugs on a daily basis to...

Redux or Recoil?

I took the Redux hooks route in the end. So nice to use!

Tutorials for "Just-In-Time" Learning and Application

Thanks for the feedback! I think it's important to jump right...

Tutorials for "Just-In-Time" Learning and Application

Haha! Glad you enjoyed it! Thank you for the feedback.

What language or tool are you curious about, but have not found the time to use or learn?

I've been starting to play around with D3 and React for inter...

When Art Meets Data: Flowers as Visual Metaphor

I love how you used the colors for the vowels, and how they a...

Redux or Recoil?

Somehow I had missed the Redux Style Guide - what a great col...

OAuth & Heroku Play Nice

I most definitely will try this! Thanks for sharing the solut...

React and D3: Dynamic COVID-19 Visualizations (Part 1: World Map)

I was impressed by how many data points were included for eac...

How DEV has helped you?

I'm new to programming and don't have a local programming com...

Redux or Recoil?

Will do - looks like a few people are recommending this!

Redux or Recoil?

Sound advice. I'm glad to hear you found it promising - my qu...

Redux or Recoil?

I will definitely check out your article. Thank you for shari...

Redux or Recoil?

Thanks for the reply. The project is larger than I originally...

How much coffee do you drink?

2 cups every day, only early in the morning. My coffee is alw...

React and D3: Dynamic COVID-19 Visualizations (Part 2: Country Comparison Dashboard)

Hi Mary-Anne, This was a much easier fix than I originally th...

React and D3: Dynamic COVID-19 Visualizations (Part 2: Country Comparison Dashboard)

Thank you for the positive feedback, and for pointing out the...

The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week

Thank you for including and sharing my post! Best part about ...

React and D3: Dynamic COVID-19 Visualizations (Part 2: Country Comparison Dashboard)

Thank you, Annie! Glad to hear you're jumping into d3! There ...

React and D3: Dynamic COVID-19 Visualizations (Part 1: World Map)

Just finished up my application (for now): You can view it on...

React and D3: Dynamic COVID-19 Visualizations (Part 1: World Map)

OK, that makes sense. I decided to fix mine by just sorting t...

React and D3: Dynamic COVID-19 Visualizations (Part 1: World Map)

I took a peek at your repo to see how the zooming worked so t...

React and D3: Dynamic COVID-19 Visualizations (Part 1: World Map)

Thanks for sharing your site! I love the visual design and la...

React and D3: Dynamic COVID-19 Visualizations (Part 1: World Map)

This looks great! I'll have to explore react-leaflet sometime...

React and D3: Dynamic COVID-19 Visualizations (Part 1: World Map)

Thank you! I would love to see your app or repo if you don’t ...

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