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Learning Dreamweaver

10 Mar, 2009 McKell Naegle

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Yesterday, I went to a level 1 Dreamweaver class. For those of you who may not know, Dreamweaver is a web development program and the picture to the left is the retail packaging for it. Anyway, for a long time, I’ve been meaning to learn this program. I haven’t been very successful on my own, so I was extremely pleased with the class I took yesterday and look forward to the level 2 class I will be taking later this month. As a graphic designer, it is imperative that I stay up to date with my web skills. Taking these classes is the first step in that direction.

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