Personal Branding ft. Strawbiryani
Week 2 much more productive than the first week. Week 2 comprised of many fun things you don't want to miss reading, so get along.
Week 2- Day 1:
<BODY><h1> WEEK 2 </h1>
<h2> @ Jadu Programs </h2>
<p> Boys and Girls! </p><BODY>
We learned a lot about basic HTML tags including HTML, Head, Title, body, ol, ul, li, a, p, img, and all the heading tags.
And we made a static website using the concepts of these tags and pretty much some useful shortcuts which can be used when working with VS Code.
Shortcuts keys hack:
For pre structured HTML code: shift + ! + tab
- Comments: ctrl+ /
- Align the entire code: shift+alt+f
- For opening live server extension on VS code: Right-click the .html page > open with live server.
Press the “Go live” icon in the footer and boom you’ve your localhost setup for the website.
You’ll run back and thank me later for these hacks.
Week 2 -Day 2: Everything “Personal Branding”.
No wonder how Sir Saad Hamid takes over the soft skills competency world ahead of everyone in Pakistan. Since we find him a great mentor, to have been teaching soft skills every Tuesday only in Jadu Program is one of the luckiest things!
Sir saad’s meeting usually starts with Google “Jamboard” activities, which freshen me up, for sure. Personal Branding tasks activities to make the concepts more clear were then practically implemented on slido.com where we had to drop our observation comments on some actors he showed live.
The point of Personal branding was so well carried by sir that on Tuesday he made us explain its worth and on the coming Friday he blew over on Pakistan’s Internet community on Twitter over his “Strawbiryani” no wonder how that escalated so quick that it got to be featured in India and on ARY news as well [following Sir Saad’s Twitter]. DANG.
Week 2-Day 3: A little dig deeper concepts in HTML.
To make a form we learned divs, span, input, label, form, and their attributes and resulting in the creation of “signup form”.
The net here sometimes not cooperates with situations, but then to catch up with the work done and uploaded on Github is such a big relief.
This is how I spent my Week 2!
Hope you enjoyed reading.