It has been a busy week at Hashnode. We are tired and exhausted and at the same time excited too. We are organising #LockdownConf along with our friends at freeCodeCamp. It's a free online developer conference to help you prepare for a post-pandemic world.
I write a weekly article summarising the best of posts on Hashnode every Thursday. It's my way to thank all the contributors who helped Hashnode grow in the past week.
Top Discussions of the week 💬
How do you develop a REST API? Which programming language are you comfortable using? Share your development process here.
There's always that question which turns you off during an interview process, and you decide not to take it forward with a particular employer. Which question is that? Write it down in this thread.
Github or Gitlab? What is the one feature that you love about the platform you are using? Why do you use your current platform instead of the other?
As most of us are working remotely today, what are some of the best tips and advice you have for developers who are experiencing this change for the first time?
Top stories of the week 🌅
New to "work from home" environment? Here are some great tips by Geshan Manandhar.
Did you know "masonry layout" can be easily achieved using CSS grid? Learn how grid work in CSS in this well explained tutorial by Fele Omolola.
Positioning is one of the most fundamental concepts in CSS. You cannot become an expert web designer without understanding the difference between relative, absolute, fixed and static positions. Nesha Zoric explains all of them in this article.
Congrats, Domenico Solazzo for successfully landing a new job and thanks for sharing the tips with the community. I am sure many community members would find them useful. We are looking forward to hearing more stories from your new job.
Every week we make sure to interview an amazing woman from the dev community and share their incredible story with all. This week Tomomi Imura shared her experiences in this interview.
Learn how to build an app that displays random quotes every 10 seconds. Asaolu Elijah explains the concept using Quotable's API.
AMAs from the past week
Interesting discussions that need your participation
- I'm Adam Argyle. Developer, Designer, Speaker, Parent, Skater, && Musician. Ask me Anything!
- How can I get my first job as a frontend Developer?
That's all for this week's summary. Have a great week ahead and stay safe. ✌️