They usually premiere one episode a week and coincide with another show, but they haven't been REALLY spacing out the episodes since December. They much be in production with season 6. I haven't watched it on cable for a while. I've gots the internets.
And I agree with Kevin, this season has gone on for soooo long. It's like the end of an era. I can't even remember episodes before season 5, haha. I do like more epsiodes, because it means more goofs. I'm definitely not into the show for plot, maybe a bit of character development since I love them so much. Butttt I feel like they're pushing out more content without losing the magic either. I don't Pendleton Ward can watch his show die. We'll just have to see how long Cartoon Network can draw him out.
Yeah, if you can build a website in an hour. It probably shouldn't be on the web, 'cause it's ugly.
I think you can become pretty attuned in coding in a matter of a week, maybe a couple. However, I've noticed it takes me from 4 months to a year to become fluent in a language. I've probably coded since I was 17, but haven't been really serious until the last year or so. By October, I was pretty confident in HTML, CSS, some basic languages. Now I'm comfortable with ROR and just starting to dive into Apex (based on Java).
Sure, basic HTML and CSS are fine and dandy, but I think it'd be more valuable to learn C. If you learn the basics of C, you learn about math and problem solving. You learn the basics to development that could step you up to JS or C Sharp. I wished I could have learned that at an earlier age.
I'm just glad this lady isn't actually the lessons. She has unrealistic expectations. That's the one I hate about non-coders. They think websites can be coded in a matter of 3 days. Pfffttttt, not if you want a good one. Especially if you're design/develop.
Last night was so EPIC. Seriously. I was at the bar, 88 Keys, right across from CenturyLink. When we won, we headed north to Pioneer Square (old Seattle), danced, and climbed street signs. Everyone was rallying in the streets. I'm just so glad I was there in that moment. If I had bought the $800+ super bowl tickets to watch the Broncos have their ass handed to them, I would have been pretty disappointed.