If you happen to read this post, I would like to thank each and every student for the opportunity to do what I do best: teach in a classroom. I enjoyed our classes together, and I hope that I helped set you in the right direction. If you work as diligently as you have already, you'll be developing websites in no time. Or by mid-August, anyhow.
I wish you the best in the front-end web developer class. I already have a job teaching English in the fall, so I probably won't be seeing you at any web developer job fairs. Here's a link to my resume website so that you can get an idea how a web designer might implement the creations you'll be working on--lots of links to sites I've built on the bottom. If you just want something interesting to read, try some of my articles about being new to the Jacksonville area on NewJaxWitty. It's just a blog, so no special design there. You can contact me through the contact page, if you want.
My last lesson for you is to remind you that in a world of suits, you're going to have to have thick skin. Not everyone is going to give you respect, whether you have a degree in computer programming, a rigorous web developer course, or a knack for learning all on your own. Take every opportunity and work hard to prove that you are worthy of that chance. If someone pulls you down, you know what to do.
Thanks again. I hope to see you around JAX in the near future.