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How 1.5 years of writing posts on dev.to made me a better developer βœοΈβ†”οΈπŸ§‘β€πŸ’»πŸš€

I’ve been here for a while now. I love the community, the people are amazing and I learned so much while reading the amazing articles the authors on here have to offer. I also write articles every other week (shocking news, I know) and today I want to get a bit more meta about it. […]

Freelancing For The Summer

I’m graduating high school this summer, and I’m not sure any of the places I’ve applied to for internships will even reply πŸ˜… Does anyone have any expreience with freelance work on Fiverr or similar platforms? What jobs did you offer? What did your page look like and what specifically do you think landed you […]

Who is using Nx?

I’m using Nx with React and Nest to build an application for work, and I love it. Are you doing anything interesting with Nx? Source: DEV Community

What resources help you to learn a new API?

In my day job, when I’m not learning things by reading and sharing here on DEV, I’m a developer advocate at Twitter. I’ve been doing this for quite a long time now, and I recognise that while I’m always learning for myself, I don’t always stop to think about how other people learn. I know […]

DAOs – the good, the bad and the unknown

Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO). A DAO is an organization of people, without a leader or governing body. Instead, governed (usually) by the rules of a “smart contract” on the blockchain which determines how proposals are created and votes on them are cast, often with the aid of a crypto token or NFT. A second part […]

Star Rating system with HTML, CSS,JS

In a very minimal way, how would you implement a star rating system? I was able to do it 😁 Here is my code, corrections are welcome πŸ™‚ https://codepen.io/Rj456/pen/dyVwgbX?editors=0011 Source: DEV Community

Kodular vs Thunkable | which is better? | All-time-dev

Kodular vs Thunkable | which is better? | All-time-dev In this post, we will compare Kodular with Thunkable in different aspects and we will also find out about both of them. So, if you are interested and like our post then share our post with your developer friends and you can also visit all-time-dev for […]

January 13th, 2022: What did you learn this week?

It’s that time of the week again. So wonderful devs, what did you learn this week? It could be programming tips, career advice etc. Feel free to comment with what you learnt and/or reference your TIL post to give it some more exposure. .ltag__tag__id__5305 .follow-action-button{ background-color: #ffedc9 !important; color: #820000 !important; border-color: #ffedc9 !important; } […]

How do you review CSS?

What is your workflow when you have to do a tech review and there are a bunch of CSS-like files? Do you follow some guidelines? Do you build the feature branch somewhere? Or you just close your eyes πŸ™ˆ, click on the ‘Viewed’ checkbox and let the QA guys do the rest? 😬 πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡ Source: […]

How do you manage FOMO?

There’s always new things happening in software development. Fear of missing out can apply to feelings around interesting movements, possibly falling behind a mainstream curve, or perhaps financial opportunities in tech. But you’re always going to be missing something, and it’s not good to have anxiety over the unknown β€” any tips for mitigating FOMO? […]

Java vs JavaScript | Detailed comparison | All-time-dev

Introduction Today we are going to compare Java and JavaScript. All the points of the post are well-detailed and got covered from Google and other websites. So, if you like posts like this and want to read more posts like this then you can visit our blog and don’t forget to share our post on […]

Are micro frontends still a thing?

This idea was all the rage for a while: The idea is no longer trending like it once was, but is that because it has settled in as a common pattern or has the idea faded? Micro-Frontends: The Next Gen Way to build Web Apps Tapajyoti Bose ・ Oct 24 ’21 ・ 5 min read […]

Which VS Code shortcut do you use the most?

If VS Code is your primary editor, what’s the shortcut you use most frequently? Do you have another shortcut you use less frequently, but you enjoy using it a lot? Source: DEV Community

CommonJS vs. ES modules in Node.js

Written by Kingsley Ubah ✏️ In modern software development, modules organize software code into self-contained chunks that together make up a larger, more complex application. In the browser JavaScript ecosystem, the use of JavaScript modules depends on the import and export statements; these statements load and export EMCAScript modules (or ES modules), respectively. The ES […]

How many meetings do you have per week?

And how has this changed from job to job or role to role for you? Source: DEV Community

How has your relationship with complexity changed over time?

How do you deal with, avoid, or accept complexity β€” differently than you might have earlier in your career? Source: DEV Community

10 CRITICAL MISTAKES every Software Engineer should avoid

Introduction The following tips have been a result of 8 years+ experience in the Software Industry, working through several roles in startups, corporates, in-office, and remote. There might be a lot more tips that you folks have and I’d love to see them in the comments either on this post, or in the comments of […]

An Honest Comparison of VS Code vs JetBrains – 5 Points

Call me crazy if you have to. You’d think that after five years of coding in one IDE, I would be out of my mind to leave the VS Code. And sure, before I tried out the JetBrains ecosystem, I would’ve completely agreed. I would’ve even offered up my left kidney, fighting for the fact […]

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