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These are the 15 must-read developer articles published last week in the Hashnode community.
Burnout is a serious state of chronic exhaustion that can have a whole range of negative impacts on your mind and body, and hence affecting your ability to write code. In this article, Emmanuela Azubuike addresses burnouts, how to know you're going through one and how to bounce back.
Content management has been around since 300 BC to about AD 273 and only improved when the World Wide Web was introduced in the '90s. Ever since then we've been improving the processes we use to manage content. Bolaji Ayodeji gave an overview of how content management can be optimized using the headless CMS to ensure the reusability of content across several digital platforms in this article.
In part 2 of Antonio Lo Fiego (He/Him) hands-on Docker tutorial, he goes deeper into running Docker on machines and figuring out the most interesting and useful underlying technicalities.
One of the reasons people are hesitating to start with DevOps is the lack of public knowledge and time to search for high-quality content. In this article, Nimrod Kramer shares 5 useful DevOps newsletters that will blow your mind.
Positioning items has been described as a nightmare by some developers. While this might be true, the idea that it is a nightmare has been reduced over time because of tools like Bootstrap, Flexbox, Grid, etc. In this article, NELSON MICHAEL explained Positions, and how to place elements on a webpage using different position property values.
MongoDB is a database that is based on a document model. It is a non-relational type database. This article by Mohd Shad Mirza will help you understand MongoDB, how it works, and how to set it up on your machine.
If you are not sure about where to start from with Tailwind CSS, or you've gotten started but you can't get IntelliSense to work in VS Code. This article by Samuel Robertson will take you from creating a completely new project to having TailwindCSS installed with IntelliSense up and running in Visual Studio Code in just a few easy steps.
Alyssa Holland is a productivity nerd who loves looking for tools to improve her workflow. She was kind enough to share the five frequently used extensions she uses as a full-time Frontend Developer in this article.
With React 16.8 came the release of Hooks, which along with other great functions, provides a way for function components to have a state. In this article, Sabin Adams explained how to use hooks along with React’s Context API to provide a shared state between function components.
Impostor Syndrome is spoken about a lot in the developer community. For those who aren't familiar with this term, it's used to describe that feeling when you're sure you don't know what you're doing, and that you're wildly un- or under-qualified to be doing your job. In this article, Anna J McDougall addresses Impostor Syndrome from a different angle.
reduce() method often causes a common confusion, but it can also make your code much more readable and give you space for abstraction. In this article Javier Acevedo explains the fascinating
reduce() method with examples.
The great thing about living in this era as a web developer is having a lot of support from developer communities around the world. One of them is Node Package Manager(npm). In this article, Tapas Adhikary shares his favourite npm packages - Trust me, these packages are amazing!
In this article, Chris Nagy shares an interesting story of his (possibly) denial-of-wallet attack on AWS Serverless🕵🏻♂️
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