Let’s celebrate! I surpassed the 200 followers mark and decided that I’d write a post about my success provided it often means an important milestone for all of us members of the Medium writer community.
In the last few months I’ve learned valuable lessons that I’d love to share with other members of the family who’re willing to make more money.
This year I’ll be participating in Hacktoberfest as a repo maintainer for the first time.
I’m so thrilled.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last 8 years, you probably know that Hacktoberfest is a celebration of open source software hosted by DigitalOcean.
Hacktoberfest starts from October 1st and lasts one month, which means the moment I’ve been longing for has finally arrived.
Participate and win a T-Shirt by contributing to your favorite open source projects!
The ideal conditions for my growth hacking experiment will soon be met allowing me to conduct it in a controlled way —…
Today’s article is perturbing.
Please note that I am not a professional coach but just an indie technical writer trying to strike a chord to earn a few bucks. I want to buy a coffee while practicing my writing skills. Highly sensitive readers may even find it offensive, so please read it at your own risk.
Now, look at this money.
After posting a story about inclusive, open-source communities I decided that I’d create a new welcoming community with the aim of learning about web development and chess while building something awesome.
Chess is indeed a game that involves many different aspects of software development, which makes it a perfect candidate for learning full-stack web development as well as for playing around with machine learning libraries.
Starting a career path as a web developer has increasingly turned into a more complicated thing over the years. With so many different programming languages, frameworks and tools out there, most newbies just don’t know where to start their journey.
Please don’t get me wrong.
I am not saying that learning web development is impossible; also you’d better read good programming books and articles too if you want to become a successful software developer.
In today’s web dev market, contributing to open-source projects is almost a…
I suppose today’s post is primarily intended for unhappy software developers but it may also help those who are desperate to persuade someone to do something, for one reason or another.
Software developers have all been there, however, software development is sometimes considered to be opinionated. …
Redux DevTools is a handy browser extension that comes to the rescue of React developers. It’s available for Chrome, Edge and Firefox, and it really helps to debug the state of React applications.
In theory, it seems as if you don’t need to install any additional packages to get the Redux DevTools window displayed on your favorite browser.
But in practice, a package called Redux DevTools Extension’s helper must be installed in your application too for further customization, because otherwise you’ll inevitably come across upsetting browser issues.
This happened to me:
Browsers without the Redux DevTools extension installed just complained…
To be honest with you, I can’t manage to grasp how the monetary system works. Also I don’t feel as if there’s anyone who actually does. Am I the only person in the room thinking economics looks like an opinionated thing?
There’s something irrational about it which drives me nuts.
As a software developer, I’ve often had to look twice under the hood to see what the issue was, some times to the point that coworkers around me would hint it’s time to call it a day, and at other times feeling as though a lot of fuss was made…
Data visualization plays an important role in data science. It really helps to better understand the data, reveal hidden patterns as well as provide insights that would otherwise be difficult to describe with words.
After all, a picture is worth a thousand words.
If you’re an advanced chess player, you may have already learned there are several different types of chess moves.
It is not the purpose of this post to elaborate on those types of moves, yet it is interesting to note…
Once upon a time, not too long ago, technical analysis was widely considered to be a pseudoscience like astrology and tarot. By mastering its secrets, someday you’d afford to buy a Ferrari like this one.