Age anxiety among aspiring web developers is common. Ageism is real. Learn the best tool you can use to combat it as you transition to a career in web development.
Although technical skills are important, they can only get us so far. What's more important to the people who hire us is whether we can take a business problem and build a solution for it. Here's how to hack your current methodology to incorporate this into your work.
Learn about other number systems and why they're important for web developers. (Spoiler: They aren't often but are in some cases.)
If you find yourself making silly mistakes like not closing braces or forgetting commas, linters are a great way to smooth out the rough edges on your code. They let you spend less time on the silly mistakes. Here's how to use them.
Sometimes you need to persist data but a database isn't necessary. In some cases, you can store your data right in the browser with LocalStorage. Learn how to use the LocalStorage API and when you might be able to get away with using it instead of a heavier alternative.
This is a common question among aspiring developers. How much do I need to learn before I'm ready to go get a job? Let's address the fears and assumptions bundled into this questions with some practical advice that will open your eyes to a better way to start your career.