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Every week, I highlight must-read articles published by Dev Bloggers on their Hashnode blogs. In this article, I list 17 must-read articles published last week.
Some days ago, Shah Nawaz Shuvo came across a programming language called Julia. In this article, he shares his first impression of Julia.
Making a decision on using either Vanilla CSS, Bootstrap or Tailwind CSS can be daunting. In this article, Victoria Lo analyzes the pros and cons of Vanilla CSS, Bootstrap and Tailwind CSS thereby determining which one is best to learn in 2020.
The fact that a lot of developers don’t seem to care that much about CSS is nothing new. In this article, Rahul shares important things he learned about CSS.
Tapas Adhikary started a new series on JAMstack called, JAMstack for All. If you want to learn about the JAMstack, then read his first article in the JAMstack for All series.
Now and then, when you click on a link on a website, the link will be opened in a new tab, but the old tab will also be redirected to some other phishing website where it asks you to login or starts downloading some malware to your device. In this blog post, Bhanu Teja Pachipulusu explains how something like this is achieved, and how to easily prevent this from happening in your own websites.
Being a developer can be tough, especially doing it all alone. That's why it is important to surround yourself with like-minded 'Developer Friends' that support and motivate you. If you're looking to connect with like-minded individuals in your area then this article by Cyris Cloete is for you.
Getting paid to write technical articles is a great way to supplement your income. Especially if you already write articles for your personal blog. In this article Catalin Pit shares a list of websites that will pay you to write technical articles for them.
"Why do you want to work for us?" is one of the questions asked at almost every tech interview. In this article, Skay his thoughts as an engineering manager, and what he usually expects as a response to the question.
Icons are an integral part of any website or web app. The icon set defines the tone and the general feeling of the user interface. Most times, selecting the right icons can be a tricky task. Thankfully, @dmraptis shared 5 beautiful crafted icon packs that can scale up your interface in this blog post.
The lessons, the insight and the education a failure can give are unlike any other. You can learn things about yourself that you never knew before! How you handle yourself under pressure. How to pivot quickly. How to survive a hard situation. In this article, Danny Thompson shares how you can learn A LOT from failing.
Quentin started using TailwindCSS earlier this year after months based on a recommendation. He was reluctant at first because he thought it was another CSS framework with some built-in grid system, default designs and UI. In this article, he shares why you absolutely need to try TailwindCSS.
Are you new to Linux or just a little rusty? Yuvraj Singh Jadon shared all the commands you’ll need to know in this article.
Are you starting a new job as a tech lead or are you already in such a position and you want to find out how to excel at your job? Then you will find this article by Chris Kalmar very useful. Well, then this post is exactly for you.
It's a common thing for developers to ask where they can learn to code or find good projects to practice their newly learned coding skill. In this blog post by Sunrit Jana, he shares a list of resources developers can utilize to learn.💥
ICYMI, I shared some important tips on how to get your Hashnode blog on Google. These tips are applicable for everyone, irrespective of which URL you chose for your Hashnode Blog, custom domain or hashnode.dev subdomain.
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