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Matt Stills

Sr. Web Developer, Turner Broadcasting

Atlanta

Matt Stills is a full-stack web developer from Atlanta, Georgia. He enjoys all aspects of web development but often finds himself focusing on the front-end at his current job. He has been doing web development for over 8 years professionally. For the past 4 years, he has worked at Turner Broadcasting on both the Sports Illustrated (SI.com) and NCAA Digital (NCAA.com) websites as well as the March Madness Live desktop experience.

While he works primarily with the web, Matt is fascinated by technology and computing in general. An avid computer user from a young age, Matt's very first websites were simple HTML (before the advent of CSS) and first programs written in BASIC or C. These days he finds himself writing plenty across all of the front-end languages - HTML, CSS, and especially JavaScript.

Upcoming:

Code in One Day: HTML & CSS Crash Course

Code in One Day: HTML & CSS Crash Course

Get into front-end web development quickly and easily. Dive head first into HTML & CSS, skill up with live coding exercises, and build a basic web page from scratch.

4
Sat, 4 February 10:00 - 4:00pm EST

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Intermediate JavaScript and jQuery

Intermediate JavaScript and jQuery

Take a deeper dive into JavaScript with a hands-on experience where you’ll be coding throughout the workshop.

5 Times

Code in One Day: HTML & CSS Crash Course

Code in One Day: HTML & CSS Crash Course

Get into front-end web development quickly and easily. Dive head first into HTML & CSS, skill up with live coding exercises, and build a basic web page from scratch.

3 Times

Getting Started with Git and Github

Getting Started with Git and Github

Learn everything you need to know to start using Git and GitHub from the fundamentals to publishing your own projects.

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