- The QA process is a time for people to spot any glaring mistakes, spelling errors, broken links, mistakes in teachers notes, clarification on quiz questioning, and any other feedback.
- With QA there’s a few other things you should know.
- Those are the quirks of QA mode.
- Please use email to provide feedback.
- When in QA, we try to not talk about the course here on the Community forum until it’s officially released.
Participate in discussions with other Treehouse members and learn.
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- It was created at Facebook and is now being used by Netflix, Airbnb, Walmart, Bleacher Report and many of the world’s top websites and companies.Attend the July meeting of Open Source South Carolina and not only find out why, but get a very personal tutorial over the course of a couple of hours.The meeting will be broken into three parts – an introduction to ReactJS, a discussion of features like Virtual DOM, JSX and many others, and an overview of features and processes for the advanced developer.The meeting will also once again feature community announcements, food and beverages, swag (shirts, stickers, etc.) and networking with many of the top technologists in the state.Doors open at 6:00 pm with food and networking, programming starts at approximately 6:30 pm ET.
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This Tuesday we had our April Talk Night at BuildDirect’s office in downtown Vancouver. We had 100 people RSVP for the event and we had a great turnout. We had a 2 hours packed event.
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