Opinion

The Misconceptions of Agile

Agile is one of the most popular buzzwords that permeates across different industries. The one thing that agile implementations have in common with one another is that there is always an element of software development. While everyone seems to know what it is, there is a general lack of real

26th Mar, 2021

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How to Cut Through Code Fog

At some point while sitting at our desks, we’ve all experienced code fog. It’s like a mixed feeling of confusion, frustration, and exhaustion. Code fog happens when you’ve tried to compile your code and it’s just not working. You’ve chopped, changed, and Googled your way

26th Mar, 2021

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Why JavaScript Deserves More Love Than Hate

For a long time, JavaScript has been derided as not being a ‘proper’ programming language. It’s been classed as weird for its unstructured nature and often causes frustrations to those coming into it from other languages. Despite this, JavaScript managed to move up from being just a scripting language

26th Mar, 2021

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You Only Need 20 Percent to Become an Effective Developer

The hard part is figuring out the right 20 percent

26th Mar, 2021

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Are You Writing Too Much Code?

For many beginners, code is the act of writing if else statements and trying to figure out how to make things work. During this process, the code produced becomes a convoluted mammoth with unexpected plot twists that rival the Red Wedding from “Game of Thrones.” More code isn’t always

26th Mar, 2021

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Object-Oriented Is Not Dead

Long Live OOP and its place in JavaScript

26th Mar, 2021

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How to Be an Effective Developer and Break Out From the Crowd

In the 80s, Japan had an issue. Their new high-speed trains brought with them an explosive level of noise pollution. The highest noise levels were reached when the trains exited tunnels — compressed soundwaves created loud pops, akin to bombs going off. Then came along an engineer named Nakatsu. Nakatsu was

26th Mar, 2021

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How JavaScript still hasn’t broken the Internet just yet

even in its sloppy and strict states

26th Mar, 2021

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Things you need to do before you start coding

There was a time when the boss came to us and demanded that we just start coding. It was a fire, fire, aim approach that worked under some circumstances — but not when it comes to code. Creating code is more akin to building a house — you need at least the

26th Mar, 2021

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Do you need to be an introvert to become a successful developer?

There is something scary about being an introvert. We often think of basement dwelling creatures of the dark surrounded by cans of empty energy drinks. The soft glow of the multiple screens cuts through the darkness of the introvert’s cave, casting a sheet of light over their fragile pale

26th Mar, 2021

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