Must Read Developer Articles on Hashnode - #13
With hundreds of articles published on Hashnode powered blogs every week, here are last week's must-read articles published by amazing authors worldwide.
Contributing to Open Source organizations opens you up to many opportunities and connects you with people doing extraordinary things worldwide. In this article, Catalin Pit explains the process of contributing to open-source projects as a beginner.
In this tutorial, Miguel Brito highlights the best pytest features and plugins that will speed up your development process.
Have you ever thought of writing a technical article but don't know how to get started? This tutorial by Ayushi Rawat will guide you through how to kickstart your blogging journey with Hashnode.
Sometimes we only need a font for a couple of words, like a logo or slogan. Why do we download the whole font file if we only need a few letters? In this post, David Ojeda shared how we can reduce our font file size by more than 80%.
Burnout is a reaction to prolonged emotional, mental, and often physical exhaustion. It can affect a developer’s social life, mental health, and also negatively influence the way they work. In this article, Anita Ihuman shares what causes burnout and how to handle it.
Most of you probably know by now that Hashnode is a fantastic platform that allows you to create your blog. But do you know that you can customize it by adding your own pages? In this article, Victoria Lo shares how you can create an About page on Hashnode, why you need it, and what you can include in it.
Nick Bull shared three effective ways to optimize your React app in this article.
If you aren't familiar with Hacktoberfest, it is an annual event held by DigitalOcean that occurs every October. The essence of the program is to encourage developers to submit Pull Requests to Open Source repositories, and as a reward, you get a T-Shirt. This year, many open source organizations received many spam pull requests because of a youtube video. Joel Thoms shares his thoughts on how one guy ruined Hacktoberfest.
Before writing a blog post, there are certain things you need to do and fundamental questions you need to ask yourself to ensure your blog post is well structured and informative for readers. In this article, Helen Anderson shared seven things you need to consider before writing your next blog post.
A lot of people want to become developers, but they don't know what to do. Honestly, starting with nothing can be scary, challenging, and uncomfortable. That’s why Stas Klymenko shared this beginner’s developer roadmap to help you get started with your journey to becoming a fantastic developer.
When non-English software engineers evaluate any tool/technology, they are always concerned about Internationalization and RTL support. In this article, Faisal Alghurayri shares an i18n guide for Next JS in 2020.
A few months ago, James Tucker marked his first year as a professional software developer after switching careers. He shared seven essential lessons he learned from his first year as a software developer.
Iva went from knowing nothing about coding to becoming a full-time web developer in 8 months. No boot camps, no university degree. Here’s her advice for you!
Chris Bongers has written and published 200 articles during the pandemic. In this article, he celebrates this journey and also uses the opportunity to remind us that no matter what the situation is, you can make the best of it!
In this article, Gregory Witek shares three skills that are not appreciated enough among developers but can help a lot you to become a better developer.
Learning to use an API is a must-have skill in the modern world. In this article, Ameen shares several fun APIs and projects that you can use to enhance your portfolio.
Is Microsoft going to reclaim the number-one spot in the web browser stakes? Read this article by Syazaril Asyraf to find out👀.
A knowledge worker spends an average of only 2 to 4 hours a day on productive work. The rest of the time is not used to do any meaningful work. In this article, Vignesh M shares his thoughts on why he believes nobody works for 8 hours a day.
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