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##Week 1

  • Intro to web development
    • Languages (and their unique strengths)
    • Frameworks
    • The Internet from FE to BE
  • Command line & hidden files
  • Version control with Git & Github
  • Programming Concepts (Ruby)

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another slide

var x = 100

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# another title
var x = 4;
y = x;
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Last active October 15, 2015 22:08

there’s a big header

paragraph test text

there’s another header

This is a test paragraph where a few words are bold in weird ways

jdmaresco /
Created October 17, 2015 22:37
Notes from the meeting

Sprint Kickoff


  • Initial mockup of the app
  • Interaction design review
  • Meeting with mobile developer
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Created November 9, 2015 19:06


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Created November 13, 2015 16:29
a new description


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This post talks about Ethereum, a new "Blockchain 2.0" platform for decentralized apps. It builds on a previous post, which discussed how Bitcoin and the blockchain work at a high level.

When you send a message or check your news feed on your Facebook app, almost everything is routed through centralized servers. Your Instagram photos. Your email. Even your Snapchat messages (they say they're deleted... but are you really sure?) While most of us don't understand how all of this works, it's hard to miss the fact that centralized systems have major flaws, despite (or even because of) their growing complexity. The NSA can intercept your private user data from Google by tapping into their centralized network. Hackers can reveal millions of people's identities and online choices by hacking in through Ashley Madison's VPN. Apple iMessage goes down when Apple's servers go down. And 56 million credit cards ca

jdmaresco / gist:3d7bfbc922a44e641f33
Created August 28, 2015 03:48
Custom Ethereum Genesis File
"nonce": "0x0000000000000042",
"difficulty": "0x40000",
"alloc": {
"balance": "10015200000000000000000"
"mixhash": "0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000",
"coinbase": "0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000",