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Engin Arslan - SOFTWARE DEVELOPER // TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

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CODING FOR VISUAL LEARNERS

Learning how to code can be challenging. It is hard to find good resources that are relevant, practical and engaging at the same time. Coding for Visual Learners is a course that teaches coding from scratch in a highly engaging and visual manner using the vastly popular programming language JavaScript.

If you are an artist or a visual designer this course is perfect for you as you might find the examples we will be building to be directly relevant to your work. If not, this is still a great course for learning programming as the visual nature of the exercises will help you grasp the fundamentals of programming easier and let you build a strong foundation in a shorter amount of time.

AUTOMATING THE WEB

When done manually, data scraping, monitoring, and testing are labor-intensive and time-consuming. This course, Automating the Web Using PhantomJS and CasperJS, teaches web developers various ways that PhantomJS (a "headless" scriptable web browser) and CasperJS (a utility wrapper around PhantomJS) can be utilized to automate these kinds of interactions with websites. Find it on Pluralsight


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About


About


Hello! My name is Engin Arslan. I am a Front-End developer with a Bachelor of Science in Materials Engineering and a Postgraduate Degree in Visual Effects. Before becoming a Developer, I worked as a Visual Effects Artist / Technical Director on Films and TV shows including Resident Evil 4, Tron, Mama, Pompeii, Vikings, and Strain. I received an Emmy nomination and won a Canadian Screen Award for my achievements in Visual Effects. During my time in VFX, I fell in love with Python and with programming in general. As a result I changed careers to be able to immerse myself completely in software development. I currently work at Myplanet, a Toronto-based digital services company, where I help develop solutions in strategic problem spaces using emerging technologies. I also work at Seneca College as a Part-Time Professor and I am an Author at Pluralsight. I recently published a course and a book called Coding for Visual Learners. You can contact me at hibernationtheory(at)gmail(dot)com.

 

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HIBERNATIONTHEORY(at)gmail(dot)com