Books on Code
The Standout Developer book explains how the software developers we most recognize are those who put a spotlight on themselves.
If you are either looking to become a manager or you just became a manager from a programming role (perhaps while still continuing your programming role part time), this guide is for you.
Clean Code is rare classic in programming books that programmers can't live without. Here are 7 key takeaways from the book.
While Python is the unicorn that most beginning software developers are compelled to learn first, the Go programming language is a powerhouse that gives a beginner programmer an edge.
In 2020, we have a source to completely demystify CSS functions. Learning and understanding CSS functions are an essential step toward advancing as a UI front-end developer.
These three crucial strategies to becoming a programmer are to help change your mindset, dispel fear, and become the programmer you want to be.
To crack the code interview, you need to realize a test is all the coding interview is, and to crack it, you need to study to pass the test.
As programmers, our primary job is to be a problem solver (or problem creator, depending on how you look at it). But many of the skills we learn on the job are also skills we can apply to other areas — like our own lives.
What’s the difference between Pragmatic Programmer 2000 and 2020? If you own the first edition, is the new 20th-anniversary edition even worth buying?
There is a technical book — a book with cute illustrations and diagrams of cartoon animals — that allowed me to ace a notoriously-difficult class of computer science core curriculum.
I was talking to an old high-school friend, when he said something I could never forget:
Everyone knows HTML.
Learning more technical skills is an obvious resolution for software engineers. But what if you don’t need that, but a career refresh instead? There is a book for that, and it is specifically for programmers, hallelujah!
The challenge for front-end developers is often overcoming the plateau or knowing what to do next in 2020. It was with this mindset that I stumbled across the Front-end Developer Handbook 2019.