University School Supply List

Since we are in August (well actually August is almost over), and university is slowly creeping up I thought I would begin to write some university posts. The first of course is my university school supply list! Here are my essentials and what I purchase every year or get ready for the year. Agenda / Planner. I use this to mark down EVERYTHING. What lecture topics were for the day, when assignments are due, which topic we did in the lab this week, finals, grades, personal appointments, and even blogging schedule goes in here. You need to purchase a really sturdy one that fits your needs. In my widget below I have the Kate Spade one. I really like it and have purchased it for this school year. NoteBooks / Binders. I used to go binders all the way, but since I save files from professors now rather than get a printed one I use a Five Star 5-subject note-book. I usually write down lecture notes, so terms stick in my head. I take the max amount of classes so I need one notebook to hold it all together.
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5 JavaScript Frameworks You Should be Using

I decided to continue the topic of frameworks for this Wednesday’s post. Last week I wrote about the 5 CSS Frameworks You Should be Using. This week I will be discussing the 5 JavaScript Frameworks You Should be Using. Again, as I stated in the previous article the frameworks on this list are one’s that have become or are becoming an industry standard. You will often find these mentioned in the skills area of many job postings. Ember JS – Ember began in 2007, and ti’s development has been bounced around by several people. It began in the hands of SproutIt, it then was passed to Apple, and finally in 2011 by Yehuda Katz. Ember is built for productivity, and has friendly API’s. It is also advertised to help you write dramatically less code. Some pros of Ember are:
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