I promised I’d start making videos last week, didn’t I? Well, here’s the first video! Today, I’d like to talk about semicolons.
That’s what I dive into in this video. I also show a very important tool to help you write good, consistent code in the video.
The main purpose of coding is to solve problems. What happens when you click on a button? That’s also a problem for us to solve.
So, let’s begin this article by solving a simple problem.
Do you wish to stop copy/pasting code or modifying what you find online, and write code from scratch instead?
Do you feel that your code is messy and you want to improve?
Don’t worry if that applies to you.
It seems impossible to get a job as a web developer. Each job ad you see says need to know React, Vue, Angular, Node, Gulp, Webpack, Sass and plethora of skills you may have heard about, but don’t understand at all!
Is it possible to get hired without knowing all of them? Can you learn on the job? Will you get rejected for not having enough experience? And how much experience do you really need? 2 years? 5 years? Or more?
Can you even get a job without spending three years coding things yourself? Can you win boot camp graduates without going to school yourself? Why is it so hard to get a job as a web developer?
In this article, you’ll find my thoughts about getting a job as a web developer. You’ll also hear how I found my first job as a developer.
Many people feel that
this is incredibly confusing. Because it’s so confusing, they argue that
But no more. Let today be the day where you learn to think like a programmer.
Have you had instances where you wanted learn something, but it completely eludes you?
In each of these cases, no matter how hard I tried, I can’t seem to make the knowledge click on a deeper level. I read books, articles, and tutorials, but the knowledge I gained simply vanishes into thin air the very next moment.
Should I give up? I would ask myself occasionally. Am I just stupid?
For a long time, I wondered why this pattern kept going on. I finally understand now.
Picking up a new tool or technique doesn’t have to take forever. Here’s how to fast-track your learning.