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Code on Your Own


Nathan Bashaw
Product Manager, General Assembly

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About This Class

Dash is great for learning the language of HTML and CSS, but there’s only so far you can go within the program. This lesson is intended for Dash users who want to learn how to take their skills outside of Dash and move into the real world wide web. In this online class, you’ll be introduced to the tools, techniques, and workflows you need to build a working website, and the services that will help you put it up on the internet.


  • How to Upload Your Website from Your Desktop to the Internet 15:21


  • Understand best practices for website design and construction.
  • Learn how to develop websites locally on your computer.
  • Practice uploading a website to the internet.

Prereqs & Preparation

Completion of the first two Dash lessons (or comparable experience).

About the Instructor(s)


Nathan Bashaw
Product Manager
General Assembly

Nathan Bashaw built a new product at General Assembly called Dash that makes it easy and fun to learn to build awesome websites. Before that, he was a co-founder of Sandbox Labs and an early employee at Olark. He's been writing code for several years now and has helped many friends and GA students learn, too. You can find him on Twitter @nbashaw or read some of his writing on learning to code.

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