Then my choice was more deliberate, reading reviews on forums, articles, podcasts, YouTube. And the next school for me was loft school .This is where I base my experience as a developer. This is where I first tried a workflow with get, web pack, pull request. The next one I had, oddly enough, was a course on layout from html. The teaching staff should be noted separately. The course was taught by the founders of the academy,. I'll tell you right away that I expected to improve the layout. I thought that the course would be easy; I even began to doubt whether to take react right away. But the course turned out to be very busy. In my opinion, the mentoring system at the academy is the most successful. There is a whole base of mentors, for each there are no more than 3 students, I was lucky to be the only student with a mentor. The quality of job validation benefits dramatically from this approach. Several times my homework was unrolled for revision. Pixel perfect, accessibility, work flow through get, everything is grown up. The final assignment is checked in addition by an independent mentor. A mentor can be selected at the beginning of the course from a whole database, by rating, experience or by photo, it's anyone else. During the course, full access to the tasks of the academy is opened, which is also very pleasant, if you go through them in parallel, then you will definitely not be bored. Interactive academy assignments are a must have for any novice front-end developer or layout designer. In general, if you describe this course in one word, it is quality . In everything: material, presentation, mentoring.
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