I want to rebuild my website. Wait, let me be specific — this website.
When I first built the Learn to Code With Me site you see today (over the summer of 2014), my skills were pretty elementary. (Arguably, they still are.)
Nevertheless, I have learned a lot since. And I know I can make the site much better. It could be faster, easier to navigate, offer a better user experience,
Recently I began looking at job postings calling for front end developers. I felt pretty confident with the skills I acquired over the last year and a half. That is, until I looked over some of these listings.
For me, the shocking thing was how much some of these front end job descriptions varied.
The following is a guest post by Matt Trask, a PHP developer based outside Atlanta. In this article he talks about tools he uses to make his workflow more efficient: notably frameworks, CMSs and Text Editors / IDEs. Enjoy!
So you want to develop websites? Congratulations! It’s an amazing journey that will have its ups and downs, but you are in great company.
Web developers as a whole are some of the nicest folks you will ever meet.
Hey! This review is going to be different from the rest. Instead of talking about one online course or tutorial, Lee Hughes has been generous enough to give a more broad comparison between the Treehouse and Udemy learning platforms.
The last few years have seen a huge increase in people wanting to teach themselves to code. As you can view below in Google Trends data, it really took off around 2012.