Books on Code
I have tried every form of learning when it comes to programming: books, online courses, and university courses. But are programming books worth it?
I’m a big fan of Codeacademy, the free version, but I started to get curious about the Codeacademy Pro features and whether they are worth it.
Coding games are games that aim to teach coding concepts in a fun, interactive way. Here are my favorite free games.
The internet has decided just how we are going to spend our time in quarantine. As of this writing, online education services are offering a bountiful number of free courses because of COVID-19.
This ultimate guide shares 72 free resources to learn to code for free, as well as how to choose the best resources.
There is no better time to talk about web accessibility. To advocate for web accessibility, you need to answer the essential questions for your team like “What is web accessibility?”
These 10 web accessibility standards give you an easy starting point to begin thinking about and implementing accessibility standards.
Choosing quality books is a skill. But you need to evaluate more than quality to choose the perfect programming book: you need to know precisely what you want to study.
When something like a personal crisis or a global pandemic such as the notorious coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) occurs, a war is waged on our concentration. Here are three ways to shift your mindset during a personal crisis to get through it stronger than ever.
Self-taught coders are getting more prevalent, and this trend will only continue with the 2020 coronavirus. If you are learning at home, consider these mistakes that self-taught programmers make.
The truth is, with an internet connection, you do not need to pay a single penny to become a self-taught, quality programmer. If you can get everything for free, why buy a programming book?
So you want to know how to study technical books (like computer programming books), quickly and efficiently, so that you actually learn something. It seems simple, but it really isn’t.
I’ve been a front-end web developer for several years, and if you’re thinking about entering the vast career of front-end development, you might be wondering… Are front-end developers happy? Do they find fulfillment? Joy? Meaning?
I have an answer, but are your ready to hear it?