Jenn de la Fuente fell into the HTML hole as a college freshman because she watched a friend code a website -- in Notepad! -- and thought it looked fascinating. Many, many years later, she runs her own web design and development company, Rosebud Designs, and specializes in front-end web development and WordPress development. She has also taught HTML and CSS in workshops and classes, and hopes to prove that code isn't as scary as it looks. When she isn't trying to troubleshoot tricky CSS or figure out what jQuery conflicts are causing someone's site to go haywire or figuring out how someone's site should display in landscape mode on an iPhone, she's probably at a football game or a hockey game or yelling at her TV because the USC Trojans or Los Angeles Kings or some kind of sporting event is on.
Front-End Web Development
Front-End Web Development Info Session
Are you curious about General Assembly’s upcoming Front-End Web Development Course? Come hear from the instructor and GA alumni and figure out if this course is a fit for you.
.XYZ Office Hour
Working on your project, but need advice from a Pro? RSVP for the .XYZ Office Hour with GA's Front-End Web Development Ninja.
California Women's Conference: Teen Coding Workshop
Teaching teens to code at the California Women's Conference
Teach at General Assembly Panel Discussion
Ever wondered what it’s like to teach at General Assembly? Join us for an open house to hear current instructors discuss the day to day aspects of teaching immersive and part-time.
Code in 90 minutes: Getting Started with HTML & CSS
Learn the basics of code with a quick dive into the world of CSS.