Today is Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday (he would have been 87). Our campuses are closed in the states in honor of the holiday, which gives us a chance to reflect on his commitment to social justice and his legacy of activism.
Here at General Assembly (GA), we care a lot about diversity, inclusion, and community. Every week, we bring creators and thinkers together on our campuses to drive social impact and build a more diverse tech ecosystem. Our alumni found startups and nonprofits promoting social change. Our Opportunity Fund scholarship programs empower a new generation of diverse tech talent – over the last year and a half, General Assembly gave out $1.25 million in scholarships. Continue reading
This post is the final post in a 4-part series on connecting your blog to Google Analytics. Below is a listing with links to the previous three posts.
Unlike Blogger and WordPress, Tumblr does not provide any tools at all to track your blog’s visitors, page views, etc. Tumblr recommends and makes it very easy to connect to Google Analytics.
Below are step-by-step instructions for getting your Tumblr blog properly connected to Google Analytics. Once you do, you can begin measuring, segmenting, tracking, and experimenting to grow and nurture your audience.
We believe that people learn best by working on real-world projects that have practical applications–at work and in their lives. With over 184,000,000 blogs, Tumblr has built one of the strongest and most passionate communities of creators on the web, and the lessons we’ve built in Dash will make it easy for users to learn code to better express themselves through their Tumblrs with a custom theme. For some learners, this may be a first step toward a lifelong passion for coding, or even a new career as a web developer.
The help and support of the team at Tumblr has been instrumental in building these lessons, which are designed to make it simple for beginners with no prior coding experience to quickly and easily create one-of-a-kind themes. We’re excited about this opportunity to work with a company that so many know and love to introduce more people to web development and empower them to learn a new skill and create something unique and tangible along the way.
P.S. To kick this off, we’ll be hosting a series of meetups starting June 21st. See if there’s one in your city and RSVP to meet other theme-makers in the making.
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