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Know yourself. Teach yourself. Improve yourself. School Sucks is a podcast, call-in show, You Tube channel, & web community promoting real education and rooting out indoctrination. We discuss home-education, self-education, critical thinking, self knowledge, peaceful parenting, personal growth, nonviolent communication & non-aggression Tweets by @SchoolSucksShow !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src="//platfo ...
 
Web Developers Andrew Ly and Jason Yata share their insight about how to break into the world of development, what to expect while attending a coding boot camp, and the tips and tricks to help you understand the fundamentals of programming. They teach everything newbie coders need to know about the basics of front and back end development. They also discuss a variety of curated topics and tell inspirational stories to help listeners follow their own path, even if it's bad for education.
 
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Today we discuss Digital Minimalism and how we practice it. But what exactly is that? Digital Minimalism is a philosophy of technology use based on the understanding that our relationship with our apps, tools, and phones is nuanced and deserves more intention than we give it, a term coined by computer science professor Cal Newport. Resources Cal Ne…
 
(Emotional Manipulators For Hire, Episode 8) Friend, copywriter, marketer, and Facebook World Champion Nathan Fraser and I continue our monthly conversation about marketing and media manipulation. You'll learn more about the tactics politicians and propagandists use against you, and how you can re-purpose such tactics for good. Today: Building your…
 
In this third monthly meeting of the Un-iversity Book Club, we discuss Why We Drive: Toward a Philosophy of the Open Road by Matthew B. Crawford.What appears to be a book celebrating driving as liberation is just as much a condemnation of the "safety-ism" that has so far defined the 21st century, and certainly this new decade.Some snapshots:“Left t…
 
This episode we discuss eight Visual Studio Code Extensions that developers in the tech industry should have. They consist of: Custom Theme (Your own preference) GitLens Prettier VSCode Icons Bracket Colorizer 2 JavaScript ES6 Snippets Auto Complete Tag Live Server Resources Top 8 VSCode Article Connect With Us! Instagram: @badforeducationpodcast T…
 
Nick Rundlett returns to first recap and reflect on our March 2020 conversation, as we sat on the edge of our seats, watching and waiting to see what it would be like to live through a global pandemic. We turned out okay.Today we'll talk about what we did with the last year, as far as adaptation and discovering growth opportunities. Nick has made s…
 
Isaac Morehouse joins the second monthly meeting of the Un-iversity Book Club, to discuss his book, Don't Do Stuff You Hate.Isaac Morehouse is the CEO of Crash, the career launch platform, and the founder of Praxis, a startup apprenticeship program. We are now on Locals.com! When you join our Locals community, you'll get immediate access to playlis…
 
This episode we discuss seven stereotypes about developers in the tech industry. We will debunk or confirm these common preconceptions: They are nerds It is male-dominated They are overweight/unattractive They are antisocial/ introverted They are super smart They know math They have big egos Connect With Us! Instagram: @badforeducationpodcast Twitt…
 
Today we discuss JavaScript Callbacks! What is a Callback? A callback function is a function passed into another function as an argument, which is then invoked inside the outer function to complete some kind of routine or action. For example, paste this code block in your editor and try it! function greeting(name) { alert('Hello ' + name);}function…
 
(Emotional Manipulators For Hire, Episode 7) Friend, copywriter, marketer, and Facebook World Champion Nathan Fraser and I continue our monthly conversation about marketing and media manipulation. You'll learn more about the tactics politicians and propagandists use against you, and how you can re-purpose such tactics for good. Today we'll talk abo…
 
Today we discuss CSS, and the preprocessors + variations such as SCSS, SASS, CSS Modules, and Styled Components. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a declarative language that controls how webpages look in the browser. The browser applies CSS style declarations to selected elements to display them properly. A style declaration contains the properties …
 
This episode we go back into the technical, and we discuss more soft skills in the scope of resume building. We talk about how to build and design you resume, what information to put on it, and things to avoid. If you have any questions feel free to email us! Resources Andrew's Portfolio Andrew's Website Jason's Portfolio Jason's Resume For some gu…
 
Today we have a serious discussion about the rising anti Asian-American sentiment throughout the United States during to Covid-19 pandemic. Almost every week there's been a new attack on an Asian-American in densely populated cities. 3,800 attacks have been confirmed, and a notably staggering 150% rise in these hate crimes. Together we need to #Sto…
 
Today's episode we discuss databases! A topic a full-stack developer should know. The two most popular database types we'll cover are relational vs. non-relational. Relational databases A relational database works by linking information from multiple tables through the use of “keys.” A key is a unique identifier which can be assigned to a row of da…
 
Today we discuss blogs! The benefits of starting a blog include: Develop unique and original content Solve problems for others Express their perspective and personality through a written perspective Reinforce previous knowledge Create a community Build Your Professional Network And much more! Reference Links: Andrew's Blog Andrew's Medium Blog Andr…
 
If you've enjoyed our past content on Getting Things Done, and you're looking ways to improve and/or simplify your organization system, this show is for you!Guest: Alex Bell was the teenager I had mind when I first started this whole School Sucks project. Struggling through school and variety of personal challenges, he was the kind of person I hope…
 
If you've enjoyed our past content on Getting Things Done, and you're looking ways to improve and/or simplify your organization system, this show is for you!Guest: Alex Bell was the teenager I had mind when I first started this whole School Sucks project. Struggling through school and variety of personal challenges, he was the kind of person I hope…
 
Today we talk about asynchronous operations in 'Promises', in addition to async and await. A JavaScript Promise object be in one of four states: Pending - While a Promise object is "pending" (working), the result is undefined. Fulfilled - When a Promise object is "fulfilled", the result is a value. Rejected - When a Promise object is "rejected", th…
 
This episode we discuss three, modern front end JavaScript frameworks you should look into as you progress your career as a developer. React, Angular, and Vue are the most popular frameworks and we break down what a framework vs. library is, an overview of each, the career prospects among these three, and our own personal choices/thoughts! Angular …
 
This episode we discuss some more nuance features of JavaScript. Like, what is 'this'? The JavaScript 'this' keyword refers to the object it belongs to. In a method, this refers to the owner object. Alone, this refers to the global object. In a function, this refers to the global object. In a function, in strict mode, this is undefined. In an event…
 
Diane Murphy taught in public schools for 30 years before she retired early to build BigFish, an innovative self-directed learning community in Dover, NH. I had the pleasure of speaking with Diane at the FreeCoast Festival in 2017, after hearing her presentation on BigFish. We reconnected today to discuss the growth of a self-directed learning cent…
 
(Emotional Manipulators For Hire, Episode 6) Friend, copywriter, marketer, and Facebook World Champion Nathan Fraser and I continue our monthly conversation about marketing and media manipulation. You'll learn more about the tactics politicians and propagandists use against you, and how you can re-purpose such tactics for good. Today: - How stories…
 
Isaac returns to discuss an addition-by-subtraction method both for finding a fulfilling career and for developing a healthier information diet. We'll also talk about leaving Facebook, why comedy sucks, and the importance of narrative creation.Isaac Morehouse is the CEO of Crash, the career launch platform, and the founder of Praxis, a startup appr…
 
The lost episode. Recorded September 29th, 2020. Now available to the entire podcast audience.(Emotional Manipulators For Hire, Episode 2) Friend, copywriter, marketer, and Facebook World Champion Nathan Fraser and I continue our monthly conversation about marketing and media manipulation. You'll learn more about the tactics politicians and propaga…
 
Jay, The Honest Teacher returns almost exactly one year after our last conversation. A lot has changed - if you haven't heard - since February 2020, so I asked him to offer some up close and personal accounts (from students and from his observations) about how institutional schooling has become even more of a dystopian nightmare.Unfortunately now m…
 
John Bush returns to discuss expanding The Freedom Cell Network, localism, spheres of control, and counter-economics. John's work with this project over the last year has been very inspiring for me. We'll discuss that too.We are now on Locals.com! When you join our Locals community, you'll get immediate access to playlists of all our serial bonus c…
 
Cassidy Younghans is a former public school teacher and one of the founders of the EPIC Life Learning Community in Carrollton, Texas.I first heard Cassidy on Off-Trail Learning with Blake Boles; I was impressed with her enthusiastic advocacy for self-directed education and later with her mission at at EPIC.She joins me to discuss her "I could no lo…
 
Matt Beaudreau returns to map out a hero's journey for teens.We'll also discuss how students are guided through this process as Acton Academy, and how homeschooling and unschooling parents can help nurture this process in their own children.Plus much more on - goals, systems, habits and routines- self-knowledge and challenge- resisting cultural/pol…
 
Webmaster Tony makes a rare appearance to discuss the blessings bestowed upon us by the rapidly expanding social media purge. Come drink the lemonade we've made.INTO ACTION < Click here when you get to the end of the showWant to do this with crypto? Email me at Brett@schoolsucksproject.comUse the subject line "MY SPACE"MUSIC:"Callin' Out" Lyrics Bo…
 
School Sucks favorite neighbor Zak Slayback returns to offer some key 2021 updates to his past advice for young people at the beginning of their careers. Our previous conversation on this topic, called How High School Students Can Get Ahead In Their Careers [PODCAST #583], covered:- Why young people need to start personal websites while in high sch…
 
This episode we get into the discussion of your first hackathon. To help guide you along the way, we have an articled linked to the steps that cover our conversation by our cohort mate, Michelle Poole! Article Link: Ten Things I Wish I'd Known Before My First Hackathon During our second half we discuss the failure of the hotly anticipated video gam…
 
(Emotional Manipulators For Hire, Episode 5, Free Again)Nathan and I discuss his strategies of "Social Media Shit-Posting For Fun and Profit" in the so-called "Age of Surveillance Capitalism." And we don't see eye-to-eye on everything in this show, and that's great.Music:"Finish Line" Daye Jack"Dark Harvest" Ghost Data"No Data" Daye JackMore About …
 
This episode we go back into the technical, and we discuss Object-Oriented Programming! Today we talk about how to cultivate your dev story! We talk about why we use it and the four pillars of OOP. The four pillars of object-oriented programming are: Abstraction - To abstract something away means to hide away the implementation details inside somet…
 
Jacki Dalsimer is well-respected Health Coach and a personal friend of mine. For years we have enjoyed nerding out on different exercise topics, with the expectation she'd eventually visit the show to share some of her wisdom with you.So we decided that January was the ideal time for a conversation about goal-setting and new habit-installation, mos…
 
This episode we go back to developing your soft skills! Today we talk about how to cultivate your dev story! We give tips and major points on what to avoid and use. Essentially your dev story is what separates you from the crowd of CS degree majors, and other junior developers who are vying for the same job! It is the story of you. How to stand out…
 
Pete and I reconnect to reflect on the how the year played since our last conversation in April. Where were we right? Where were we wrong? What did we overlook? And what have we learned?And what happens next in our world, and beyond?Peter R. Quinones is the co-executive producer of the documentary, “The Monopoly on Violence,” which was released Jun…
 
This episode we took a deep dive into Bootstrap, a CSS framework. We talked about the pros/cons, when you should be using it, why you should be using it, and where it is relevant within your software development career. Later we speak about music, our preferences to music, and the music landscape scene as a whole. Connect With Us! Instagram: @badfo…
 
(Exploring Integral Theory, Conclusion, With Wes Bertrand)Today Wes and I will discuss self-integration, and one of the most difficult polarities human beings have to reconcile, but sooner or later we all must do it.Also:- Dan Siegel's and Ken Wilber's insights on the power and practice of awareness- Manolis Kellis: Meaning of Life, the Universe, a…
 
This episode we sat down with a friend and professional fashion/beauty photographer, Randy Tran. We deep dive into his background and how he got his start in the business. Randy also divulges a few trade secrets and his opinion on photography in 2020, and if it is a career option worth pursuing. This is a must listen episode for those who want to b…
 
This episode we give both our accounts and a walkthrough for a typical day in the life of a coding bootcamp student. We dive into the nitty gritty of what we do during the morning, afternoon, and evening. Later on we also discuss Fantasy Sports, in particular a breakdown for a football league. So for all you sports fans or those interested in parta…
 
Scott Hambrick returns to infuriate probably about half the audience.I wanted Scott's "clear pill" take on our recent "black pill" discussion (in what was supposed to be an Un-iversity-only chat), but we quickly expanded beyond pill heuristics to a reflection on the year and the state of the world.We disagree in several places, as I try to insert o…
 
This episode we take a break from actual code and focus on the soft skills you'll need to know in an actual workplace setting, specifically the four main components of the Agile Methodology. We then talk about our experiences in the tech workplace and how it applies to us. The Agile Methodology is one of the simplest and effective processes to turn…
 
This episode we sat down with a friend and coding bootcamp graduate, Mymy Dinh. As a person who does not come from a technical background (like ourselves), we compare and contrast our experiences and discuss the pros and cons of the bootcamp life and how to gauge which camp is right for you. Gathering a different perspective should be a very big th…
 
Wherein I attend a secret gathering and I am offered pills. This is an important discussion about a new and rapidly spreading philosophy of hopelessness. It's something I feel needs to be acknowledged and integrated into our larger conversation.Is it actually the most realistic outlook available? And where most people might just see nihilism and de…
 
An Introduction To Integral Spirituality, With Wes BertrandWe know there are some tough topics here. Today we ask you to listen with an awareness of something that feels unsolved, unhealed, or with access to a painful memory that had great impact. WAS IS SPIRITUALITY?Nathaniel Branden - raising the level of your consciousness to reality practical a…
 
...a public high school teacher asks.I have never posted one of these UN-IVERSITY discussion groups as a podcast, but this one felt a lot like a podcast, and I think it's an important discussion that ties much of our recent content together with some of my own personal explorations of late.My guest is Adam, a public school teacher who is fully awar…
 
(Emotional Manipulators For Hire, Episode 4, Free Again)Today: Behaviorism from some surprising new angles.Friend, copywriter, marketer, and Facebook World Champion Nathan Fraser and I continue our (allegedly supporter-only) monthly conversation about marketing and media manipulation. You'll learn more about the tactics politicians and propagandist…
 
This episode we discuss the difference between Git and Github. We then talk about the new work from home changes in the workforce as well as how it can contribute to bore out. Git is a version control system that lets you manage and keep track of your source code history. GitHub is a cloud-based hosting service that lets you manage Git repositories…
 
AND...found a fulfilling new career!Joel Bein is back for a follow-up conversation about his exit from school teaching, and his transition to working with our friends at Crash.co.Joel last appeared on episode 669, where we introduced his story. Today we'll talk about his journey in more detail. An important feature of our discussion is what Joel re…
 
We discuss jQuery versus vanilla JavaScript, when you should use it, and why it's important and needed. We also talk about our first (real) project, the memory match game. jQuery is a well known fast, small, and feature-rich JavaScript library. It makes things easier such as: HTML DOM manipulation event handling and animation Ajax much simpler with…
 
Today's episode we discuss reference data types in JavaScript, specifically, arrays and objects! Later we talk about video games and what we're currently playing! JavaScript Arrays and Objects are the fifth and final core concepts one must-know for JavaScript. A reference type can contain other values. Since the contents of a reference type can not…
 
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