When you’re starting on your coding journey, the question inevitably arises of “what are the fundamental concepts I need to know?” Well, data structures is one of them!
You don’t have to know every single detail there is to know about data structures, but it’s incredibly valuable to understand the basic types, their advantages and disadvantages, and when to use them.
In this special guest post, Ethan Urie of Learn to Be a Developer guides us through the data structures that every beginner developer should learn about.
If you’re a developer or designer, Sketch is a program you should know about. It’s a powerful tool allowing you to create beautiful designs for apps, websites, and more.
But if you want to handle the program as smoothly and efficiently as possible, there are a few tips and tricks that can help!
In this guest post, Evan Leong of Sketch Packs shares five Sketch tips to help you be extra productive with your design workflow.
Cyberattacks are happening all the time, meaning that keeping software, hardware, and data safe and secure is more important than ever.
And there is a shortage of people with these skills to fill these jobs. In fact, Cybersecurity Ventures predicts there will be 3.5 million cybersecurity job openings by 2021.
In this post, we’ll cover what cybersecurity entails, why there is such a massive demand for these skills, what career options are available, how and where to get started,
Looking through job postings for a front-end developer can be overwhelming.
Since no two front-end developer job descriptions are alike, it can make you wonder: what are the essential skills I actually need to become a front-end web developer? How do I decide what kind of front-end developer I want to be?
When it comes to learning how to code, you might be worried about mastering the command line.
Not because it’s hard to learn—it’s actually not too difficult once you start—but rather because it is intimidating. It seems like there’s so much you have to know!
That’s why I put together a Unix commands cheat sheet of regularly-used commands in the Unix command line (see below).
This isn’t meant to be some visually appealing infographic,