In this post I share 6 ways which you can make money from your blog.
This post teaches you about the 4 stages of feedback, and uses an example of a code review. Once you have read this you will be able to identify these stages in your working life, and sometimes in your home life too.
This post gives you a list of 5 common problems you might face as a developer and how you can overcome them.
My struggle with rebloggers and my simple solution for the problem.
In this post I will aim to give you the best advice I can, in order to help you achieve your goal of becoming a professional developer.
I used to think I wasn't a creative person, I just have a logical thinking brain and not a creative one. I used to think the creative types of people are the graphic designers or the front end developers who make fancy animations.
In this post I'm going to share with you what I have learned from my first year of blogging, and how I managed to get over 116,000 visits to my site in the first year.
One thing that really annoys me is when someone asks the guest a question they nearly always reply back with "wow that's a great question" or "that's a really good question."
I see and hear it all the time, talking about people being full stack developers. I don't believe they are.
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