Online Course: Professional Web Development – Beginning
Start Date: 9/27/10, at 7pm, online. About the online course: This entirely original 10-Week class, with 3 hours per class, teaches students step by step how to design and develop websites from start to finish using the latest design and development tools. It is taught online through www.overtheweb.org. Students engage in a live online learning [...][continue reading...]
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About this Blog
This blog was born out of a need to keep in touch with students, as well as current and former clients
With years of teaching students the ins and outs of design and web development, there arose a need to collect the experience and skills we have developed into a form that current and future students can benefit from.
Additionally, prospective clients are always asking what kind of services my company has available. Since there are so many, this magazine was the best way to pull all of this relevant information into one spot. We hope you enjoy it and benefit as a student or a client.
Find further information, classes, and more, see one of our primary websites at www.overtheweb.org. We use this website to teach beginning and advanced students. Contact me at jleahy@Nwcic.com for enrollment information and current course offerings.
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