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This course is going to cover a variety of basic areas that are core to you becoming a technical marketer. If you want to start hacking together clever solutions to problems or start talking more intelligently about technology, this is your launch point. This is your foundation to keep learning on your own and through other technical marketing courses.
In this course, you will:
As a bonus, you'll also receive a free copy of our eBook, "Become a Technical Marketer"
Once enrolled, you will have access to this course for the rest of your life. You will always be able to come back to this class to review material or to learn new material. Try this course for yourself and see how quickly and easily you can develop some basic programming skills and understanding.
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|Section 1: Start Here|
Welcome to Basic Programming for MarketersPreview
|Section 2: How Web Tech Works|
How Web Tech Works Text Resources
Intro to How Web Tech WorksPreview
How Software is Built
Using View Source
How Facebook Works on the Backend
|Section 3: Using the Terminal|
Terminal Navigation WalkthroughPreview
Moving and Editing in Terminal
Moving and Editing Walkthrough
Terminal Cheat Sheet
|Section 4: Adding Libraries|
Installing Libraries Walkthrough
Installing Libraries Challenge
Installing Libraries Challenge Answer
|Section 5: Git and Github|
Introduction to Git
Setting up a Github Account
Pulling, Editing, and Pushing a File with GitHub
GitHub Challenge Answer
|Section 6: Bonus Content!|
|Lecture 26||116 pages|
As a special bonus for joining our course, have a free copy of our eBook “Become a Technical Marketer!"
Hi! My name is Justin Mares. I formerly ran growth at developer tools company Exceptional (acquired by Rackspace in March of 2013).
While there, I taught myself how to become a technical marketer and use tools like SQL to run important analyses on our customer data. Along with learning the basics of HTML, CSS and Python, I've found learning to become a more technical marketer has been one of the most valuable investments in myself I've ever made.
In addition, I'm the co-author of Traction Book, a book about how startups can get traction. For the book, we interviewed Jimmy Wales (founder of Wikipedia), Paul English (founder of Kayak), Dharmesh Shah (HubSpot founder) and pulled together an actionable framework for how startups should think about getting traction and distribution.
I also founded an ecommerce company, Kettle & Fire, that's on a multi-million dollar run rate in just a few months.
Hi, my name's Nathaniel. I'm the co-founder of Programming for Marketers, a web course teaching technical skills to marketers that provides free email lessons as well as larger paid material.
I also work on the marketing team at Zapier where I support their content marketing division, writing blog posts and ebooks related to startups, internet marketing, and productivity.
Prior, I was a lecturer on public speaking at Carnegie Mellon University, and one of the co-founders of Tailored Fit, a Pittsburgh startup that provided personalized clothes shopping aggregation.