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    Didn’t even know this was a possibility! Thanks for the in depth writeup on the methods used. Might have to use this to replace my deployHQ setup.

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      Glad you appreciated the post, but please don’t use this as standard deployment mechanism for new projects. There are far better ways to deploy code (probably your deployHQ is already a better alternative), so use this only when you have a legacy project and when you are not in control of the development/deployment environment.

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        Yep. Just static sites that don’t justify the deployHQ cost. For a new project I’m using a gulp plugin to upload Shopify theme changes as I make them through their API. Has made the development process so much easier.

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      Continuing the class I am teaching on HTML + CSS basics at the local public library. Pretty basic stuff, but it is my first teaching experience. Enjoying it so far, and excited that the county may be acquiring a community license for Team Treehouse for the next group so the students can work at their own pace after I do a short lecture, then I can go around and answer questions and troubleshoot with them.

      Any pointers from people who have taught this in the past or things other front-end devs think are essentials that are easy to miss? Keep in mind these students have no coding experience, age group is above 30 except for my 18 year old brother.