Before investing in material things, invest in knowledge. It will be persistent and let you achieve your career goals.
Make use of online sandboxes or create small pet-projects on every skill you learn. Practical skills are what matters the most.
Pick your tech-stack and become an expert in it. Don’t try to be ‘Jack of all trades’, as you will ultimately end up being “Master of none”.
Tutorials will not make you think. Read official documentation and open-source instead and try to come up with a solution yourself. Become independent.
Don’t expect your solutions will always work properly and be complete. Treat each failure as a valuable experience, a lesson learned. …
No success story is the same, we all have had our ups and downs in the learning process and things we wish we knew when we started out.
If you are a new, aspiring developer, these 65 things will prepare you for the long journey ahead. Use them as a shortcut in your own learning path.
Being a programmer is way more than sitting in front of the computer and randomly pressing buttons on the keyboard. It’s a powerful tool to solve a lot of real-world problems and make people’s lives easier. …
Recently I bought a personal domain and decided to build a quick landing page to not leave it empty while I work on my portfolio. I thought some of you might find it useful, so I decided to make a tutorial on it.
Start by creating a new
index.html file and launching a boilerplate by typing '!' and pressing 'Tab'. Type the name of your site in the title tags. It will be displayed in the browser tab.
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
<title>My Awesome Landing Page</title>
Then create divs that will wrap the page and center the content. Add a heading that will introduce you and a paragraph of your skills. I also used span elements on separators to style them later. …
Nowadays in our busy schedules and tight deadlines, it’s critical to choose tools that increase productivity.
Here I have compiled a list of some of my favorite NPM packages. I’ve also sorted them into categories, so the information is more structured and it’s easier to navigate.
Surely, you don’t have to install and learn them all. In most cases picking one from each category should be enough. I wanted to provide alternatives, so each reader can find something. Enjoy!
The 3D model of the Earth is perfect for designing creative web projects cause it’s easy to display data on it. Thanks to many data API’s it’s easy to access data like population, countries, cities, geo-coordinates, health data, education, etc. Here I have compiled my favorite 3D Globe projects.
Catch and throw Paper Planes with one another around the world: a simple concept using the power of the web and Android to create an instant connection to one another.🚀🛫
Landing on a default, un-styled ‘page not found’ with no further info and links can be really annoying. A creative and clever error page goes a long way in turning your visitor’s frown into a smile. 😉
Here I have compiled a list of some of my favorites. 😎
Here I’ve compiled a list of some of my favorite designs that push the boundaries of possibilities in web development.
These are all award-winning websites for their creativity and complexity and are pretty resource-demanding by all means :)
Here I’ve compiled an awesome list of useful cheatsheets from Twitter.
I would highly recommend following them all, as they produce quality content on a regular basis.