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Crystal Pullen
21:07
Both my children enjoyed hour of code as part of their NCVPS courses
Crystal Pullen
21:16
My youngest was doing it just to tag along with my oldest
Kim Loudermilk
21:54
Welcome Everyone! So glad you could come!
Kim Loudermilk
22:58
Welcome Mrs. Hart! Glad you could come!
Kim Loudermilk
23:49
Great explanation and analogy to help us understand coding
Crystal Pullen
26:38
Now you’re making math fun
Elizabeth Seastrunk
26:41
= symbol "gets" a value instead of equal to a value
Kim Loudermilk
27:10
I agree Mrs. P and Ms. Sea!
Crystal Pullen
27:33
awwwww!!
Kim Loudermilk
27:34
Wonderful family :)
Elizabeth Seastrunk
27:41
Where did you go to school in Hendersonville. I taught at Flat Rock Middle!!!
Ellen Hart
27:47
cute family and dogs
Kim Loudermilk
28:28
Hi Mr. Stephens, glad to have you join us.
Kim Loudermilk
28:43
Great opportunities!
Brian Stephens
28:44
Good Morning! Apologies, I had a meeting to run over
Kim Loudermilk
28:48
Wow, 17 :)
Kim Loudermilk
29:22
No problem, Mr. Stephens, glad you could come join us.
Kim Loudermilk
30:51
Awesome way to relate how transfer of knowledge is a wonderful skill to develop.
Kim Loudermilk
33:19
Yes, having experience on older computers lets you appreciate all the new technology!
Kim Loudermilk
34:21
I remember - Myspace
Elizabeth Seastrunk
34:33
I remember it well! But through my children...lol!
Kim Loudermilk
34:55
-Welcome Mr. Coby
Chris Coby
35:17
Good Morning!
Kim Loudermilk
36:08
-How awesome that your senior project inspired a career!
Crystal Pullen
36:21
I love that you were directed by your interests, play, and school
Elizabeth Seastrunk
37:38
Thank goodness code.org is a HUGE influencer in NC to change that fact!
Kim Loudermilk
37:48
Tyler, it is awesome how far computer sci opportunities have come, and NCVPS is doing a lot of great things to promote it!
Kim Loudermilk
38:11
My son's senior design team is doing a NASA Lunabot competition
Kim Loudermilk
38:22
for their senior project in college
Chris Coby
39:30
The power of coding is the power of problem solving… the benefits go way beyond CS.
Kim Loudermilk
39:34
Thanks for these great examples
Crystal Pullen
39:57
My kids enjoy the teen programs at our local library. A coding club would be an excellent fit for the teens there.
Kim Loudermilk
40:13
@Chris Coby - yes, problem solving is a great skill, and I was just reading an article about math and coding skills helping in this area!
Kim Loudermilk
40:49
@Crystal Pullen - great idea, maybe you could start
Kim Loudermilk
42:04
Students - you never know what networking and skill sets will open the door for you. Great points Tyler!
Kim Loudermilk
42:39
Yes, internships and on-the-job training is a great way to move along in a career too.
Crystal Pullen
43:44
Love this breakdown!
Kim Loudermilk
44:22
Yes, learning preference is very important to our personal development.
Crystal Pullen
44:29
Max is social, but Biz is visual. I’m written. Nice!
Crystal Pullen
45:18
Biz has done a couple udemy courses, highly recommend
Kim Loudermilk
46:40
@Tyler M. - thanks for these great examples of how one can use each of these items to network and learn
Elizabeth Seastrunk
46:41
LOVE Slack!
Elizabeth Seastrunk
46:58
Great way to find support
Brian Stephens
47:52
Love GitHub
Brian Stephens
48:02
we have used to apply some mods to our local apps
Brian Stephens
48:24
especially around PHP and groovy
Elizabeth Seastrunk
48:39
The PTC Tech Team uses GitHub too!
Kim Loudermilk
53:36
- There are so many opportunities using coding knowledge - Thanks for these wonderful examples to share with students
Kim Loudermilk
55:14
-My new Oral-B Genius X Toothbrush uses AI
Elizabeth Seastrunk
58:21
FLEXIBILITY!!
Ellen Hart
59:16
I have worked from home for over 10 years and love it.
Kim Loudermilk
01:00:07
Yes, flexibility is great, and it a large benefit of online work.
Ellen Hart
01:00:46
Traveling around the world is such a cool thing to experience different cultures.
Crystal Pullen
01:01:07
Excellent question
Ellen Hart
01:01:23
So important to always want to learn and grow.
Kim Loudermilk
01:01:31
-Great point Ellen Hart about learning about learning about different cultures as you travel.
Kenan
01:02:59
I saw you used a lot of IntelliJ IDES!
Ellen Hart
01:03:46
Debugging can be fun but also very time consuming.
Ellen Hart
01:07:26
I like SLACK
Kim Loudermilk
01:07:52
-Great point, Tyler, that personal preference for remote or face-to-face work is an important consideration.
Kim Loudermilk
01:10:46
- Love Google - use it all the time
Kim Loudermilk
01:11:51
-Thanks for sharing that being persistent is an important skill as it can be frustrating/overwhelming, but we need a growth mindset that we can get there!
Kenan
01:14:00
Kotlin > Java
Crystal Pullen
01:14:39
Will you share a bit about certifications?
Crystal Pullen
01:14:47
does each language have their own?
Crystal Pullen
01:14:51
Levels?
Crystal Pullen
01:15:46
the world is changing :)
Kim Loudermilk
01:16:05
Do you take some type of skills test or share a portfolio?
Kim Loudermilk
01:17:02
@Kenan, do you have a question? You have greater skills sets than most of us.
Kim Loudermilk
01:17:35
@Ryon or Sylvie - any questions?
Kim Loudermilk
01:18:13
Thanks Tyler - great helps to share with our students :)
Kenan
01:18:29
I happen to be at NC State’s library at the moment!
Ellen Hart
01:18:37
Go Wolfpack!!!!!
Kenan
01:18:46
How do you typically interact with databases?
Kenan
01:20:21
I usually use Google’s Firebase, but I never really looked into SQL.
Crystal Pullen
01:22:03
Max, Biz and I all thank you! This was a great presentation for all of us.
Elizabeth Seastrunk
01:22:07
Very informative! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and experiences with us.
Kenan
01:22:14
Thank you!
sylvie
01:22:34
Thank you!