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An HTML Cheat Sheet - Lifehacker

An HTML Cheat Sheet - Lifehacker | The MarTech Digest | Scoop.it
Whether you’re learning HTML or you’re a practiced hand and need a refresher, this HTML cheat sheet gives you a quick reference for commonly used tags, what they do, how to use them, and examples of how they work.
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10 Must-Have Tech Skills For Every Digital Marketer - Portent

10 Must-Have Tech Skills For Every Digital Marketer - Portent | The MarTech Digest | Scoop.it
  • Write a blog post in code view, not WYSIWYG mode. 
  • Resize and compress an image using the right file format. 
  • Explain the difference between a session, a unique visitor and a pageview. 
  • Explain the difference between log file analysis and javascript-based analytics, and what it takes to do both.
  • Explain how HTML, CSS and javascript fit together. 
  • Move a file from one computer to another without dragging and dropping, using e-mail or exposing that file to the entire planet. 
  • Sketch out what happens between a click on a link and final delivery of the target page, from browser to server and back again.
  • Pick a language. Create a form, accept input and show the result three times on submit. 
  • Explain the work that goes into creating and launching good code.
  • Explain server response codes. 200. 301. 302. 404. 500. 

 

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How R can supercharge data science - Venture Beat

How R can supercharge data science - Venture Beat | The MarTech Digest | Scoop.it
One of the most popular tools in data science today is the open-source programming language R. Simply put, R is the language of data. Over the last 20 years, statisticians all over the world have contributed their innovations to open source R. These contributions mean that developers have access to a large library of cutting-edge scientific algorithms that make it possible to rapidly build intelligent analytics applications.

Already we’re seeing the capabilities of R bear fruit across companies both new and traditional: Norway’s eSmart Systems has been deploying R-based forecasting models in the cloud to help optimize the country’s power grid using data from smart meters. American Century Investments is using R as the basis for its quantitative investment platform. The National Weather Service uses R in its River Forecast Centers to help predict flooding. Real-estate analysis company Trulia uses R to help predict home prices. R is part of Twitter’s Data Science Toolbox, used for monitoring the site’s user experience. The list goes on.

But despite this widespread use, we’re really just beginning to understand the power of today’s advanced statistical platforms. Over the next five to 10 years, we’re going to see machine learning and analytics drive intelligence in just about every software application, Internet device, and mobile phone. With so many challenges to solve, the industry must ensure it is putting the right tools into the hands of those looking for answers in these vast treasure troves of data.
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Learn to Code – Learn Online with 6 Websites | Agile Scout

Learn to Code – Learn Online with 6 Websites | Agile Scout | The MarTech Digest | Scoop.it

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Where Marketers Can Learn to Code - HubSpot | #TheMarketingTechAlert

Where Marketers Can Learn to Code - HubSpot | #TheMarketingTechAlert | The MarTech Digest | Scoop.it

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Check out one of the many online courses available. Here are some of the big ones:

  • Code Academy - As they say themselves, this is all about learning how to code interactively and for free. Reviews are great and I know quite a few HubSpotters who used this tool.
  • w3schools.com - They have a variety of classes for different tools and levels. There is also the option to get certified in your news skill (there is a charge here) so you can show off to your peers!
  • Code School - This is another tool that lets you learn from home -- from the basics in HTML and CSS, to Javascript and other languages. Courses are paid but affordable, and you’ll get access to a variety of courses for your fee.
  • Make It With Code - They are very active in the debate on whether marketers should code and believe that yes, we all need a good understanding on what’s possible to create. This is a paid course and you’ll have access to support via IM.

 

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The marketer doesn't need to know all the details to coding, but in order to effectively communicate with developers, understand capabilities, and be able to make quick changes on your own (and that doesn't mean your CMS' WYSIWYG UI), it's a must.

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