One of the things that I am really loving about Holberton School is how they iterate on projects to give us a full emersion experience of what it is like to be a software engineer in the real tech world. We are most recently working on a simple web page. Part of the application to get into Holberton School was to create a web page, so it’s nice to be able to revisit front-end development now that we have some experience under our belts. The first part of the project was simply to create a web page with very specific guidelines – all designed to force us to learn specific skills. Elements like, float, clear, and myriad css statements. Once we finished that project, we were given an iteration based on SEO (search engine optimization). The same web page is now a small competition in web marketing. The goal – get the highest ranking on google for a given query. What’s the query you ask… if you haven’t guessed already “impossible octopus fitness”. The website was made in about two days, and it was the only the second one I have ever made, so it is by all means, not a great site, but do me a favor and check it out, maybe Rona (my partner on this project) and I will raise in our rankings when you do a google search of impossible octopus fitness.