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Alohomora: Unlocking The Door To Successfully Learn To Code

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If only learning to code were as simple as waving a magic wand... but what if it can be?

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Doctor Faith Wallace, former college professor turned programmer, has used the 'schema theory' in conjunction with Harry Potter, to help future coders everywhere determine the learning style (and resources!) they need to become a skilled programmer.

In this 45 minute webinar, Dr. Wallace will not only help you determine your specific learning style, but she also provides a list of tried-and-true resources that will help you take your skills to the next level.FAQs:

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Yes, there is an additional charge for each lesson whether it is stand alone or in a series.

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That makes celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (which was named a month-long celebration in May by Congress in 1992 "to coincide with two important milestones in Asian/Pacific American history: the arrival in the United States of the first Japanese immigrants on May 7, 1843 and contributions of Chinese workers to the building of the transcontinental railroad, completed May 10, 1869") this year all the more important.

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Emma started her career in the world of telecommunications, moving from IC to team manager, then to contract positions when she had her children and needed flexible scheduling. Now in her current role as an Engineering Manager at payment platform Afterpay, Emma continues to find ways to manage her personal and professional growth, and her family's well-being.

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"There are an extensive amount of things that have to go perfectly at the same time," says the former engineer (and current product manager at live event ticketing platform SeatGeek).

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Being fully committed to work and family is a challenge that many working parents have to take on. It can be exhausting and thankless pursuing a fulfilling full-time career, while taking an active role as a parent. Achieving a healthy balance can help keep you motivated and productive at work, while allowing you to be fully present when you're home.

We recently chatted with working moms at technology skills platform, Pluralsight, about their best advice for striking that elusive work-life balance. Here were their key points:

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