If you're getting started in freelance web development, it can be difficult to know how to get that first job. Here are three beginner-friendly sources I've used to get great freelance work.
Developers need to build their portfolios from scratch, right? Learn why, although building it ourselves is fun, but it’s not always the best approach.
Making a resolution to leave your crummy job behind and become a web developer is easy. Keeping the resolution and seeing it through… not so much. Follow these tips to keep yourself on track for a new career and a better life in 2018!
Picking a language to start with when learning web development feels like a big commitment. This survey will set you on the right track with the right language for you.
Learn about three methods for copying objects including the caveats of each and recommendations on when to use them.
In this post, you'll learn how you can bottle your motivation to learn web development so you'll continue to stick with it even when it gets hard.
When you decide to learn web development, you have quite a few decisions to make. One of those is what software you should use to write code. It’s easy to be paralyzed by decisions like these and end up not doing anything at all. That’s why, rather than comparing a bunch of editors, I have a simple, clear recommendation: install Visual Studio Code. Here’s why. It’s...
JSON is great, but what happens if you have a value that needs explanation? Since the syntax doesn't include comments, here's a simple way to add comments while still producing valid JSON.
Just mapped a new key in Vim but it's not working? This post will teach you how to debug Vim keymaps that don't behave as you expect.