Must Read Developer Articles on Hashnode - #4
Every week, developers in the tech ecosystem publish articles over 200+ articles on their Hashnode powered blogs. Here are some of the best articles published on Hashnode powered blogs last week.
In this article, Uduak Obong-Eren shares his motivation for doing 60+ technical interviews in 30 days and the 13 lessons he learned from it. While most of the lessons apply directly to software engineers and technical professionals, the principles behind these lessons can be applied to all careers.
If you've used a CSS library like Bootstrap, you'd know grids allow us to design pages by placing elements in rows and columns. Even though libraries help us achieve this quickly, they abstract the concepts from us. Learn how to design layouts with CSS Gridbox in this article by Gyen Abubakar.
For a beginner, it is not an easy task to understand Docker. There is a ton of subtleties that goes into solidly grasping the concepts behind Docker, why it is so revolutionary, its benefits and how to use it. Antonio Lo Fiego (He/Him) channelled hours of headaches, despair, and a-ha! moments into this beginner-friendly article.
Web designers are constantly on the hunt for tools to help reduce the time spent in coding. One of the most time-consuming aspects of writing clean web interface has always been writing CSS & HTML. While pre-coded templates can save time during the development process, web designers can also write code faster more efficiently from scratch. In this article, Bhagesh Hunakunti shared diverse ways to write CSS & HTML 100x Faster.
We all know that writing code can sometimes be the most difficult part of any kind of development process. If you don’t organize everything from the start, the coding processes and code management afterwards will be time-consuming. In this article, Sanchit shared tips that will help you write and maintain code effectively.
Hashnode has grown tremendously in the past month. In this article, Sandeep Panda shares how Hashnode is performing in terms of growth and highlights of the interesting things we worked on in July.
At the beginning of 2020, Bryan Guillén's wife decided to learn Web Development. In this article, he shared the roadmap on how to understand the basics of software development.
Naming variables has proved to be more difficult than it looks. In this article, Davies Esiro shared amazing tips on how to name a variable.
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