by Frank Tamre
Here are a few fantastic tips for your next presentation by Frank. Give it a read.
by Ady Ngom
How do you write a code which is easy to read and understand? Ady claims that many projects get abandoned mainly because they aren't easy to understand or intuitive. Read on to know how you can fix your codebase.
by Tapas Adhikary
by Per Borgen
Making an HTML responsive in 2019 shouldn't be a big deal. Per shows us how to make a website responsive with just one line of code.
by Bolaji Ayodeji
Understand the meaning of Accessibility and Web Accessibility Guidelines through this interesting article. Read why it'll be a stupid decision if you don't make your website accessible for all.
by James Sinclair
Understand Tress, Traversing, and Recursive Reduce with examples from this article.
by Ankit Ghosh
This article covers Service Workers and PWA in depth. Read to create a simple PWA in no time.
by Oyetoke Tobiloba Emmanuel
Here's another interesting article on Web Accessibility and why it's crucial for every website.
by Egwuenu Gift
What's personal branding? Why is it important? And how to get started? Egwuenu beautifully explains these important questions in this article. You wouldn't want to skip this.
by Nathan Ganser
How would you effectively run a 50 member remote team? Read to find out why having proper communication is very crucial for every team.
by Nash Ramdial
Google's Flutter is getting popular among developers day by day. It's used to develop modern apps faster and effectively. Today, Flutter can be used on the web too! This article has all the details.
by dhanushka madushan
Read how you can hack Github's contribution graph by understanding the underlying mechanism of Git.
by Per Borgen
The steep price of coding bootcamps ends up excluding a lot of people. Are they worth that much amount? Here are some interesting points about free vs paid camps.
By Amit Chambial
Planning to buy a new laptop? Here are some reasons to chose Macbook over Windows and Linux based laptops.
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