People sometimes ask what’s the point of blogging. What’s the secret of being consistent and what’s the motivation behind such activity? And what are the profits? A few weeks ago, Andrzej Krzywda (owner of arkency.com) asked his followers on Snapchat to send him a reason why they’re blogging (or not). I put some thoughts into it, and here is my answer.
Welcome to the eighteenth episode of my course “Becoming a software developer” in which we will finalize the basic CRUD for the Driver type, implement extension methods for the repository and build custom middleware in order to deal with exceptions.
Not that long ago, Google updated its search algorithms and introduced changes related to the mobile popups and sites ranking. In the guest article below, Jenny Holt describes what exactly happened.
Welcome to the seventeenth episode of my course “Becoming a software developer” in which we will mostly talk about the boundaries and responsibilities of the application services. Eventually, we will implement some helper code to automatically assign the authenticated user id to the given command.
Welcome to the sixteenth episode of my course “Becoming a software developer” in which we will implement the login endpoint in our API, discuss the caching mechanism and how to initialize the application with basic data.
Recently I had an interesting discussion about open sourcing most of the code that you write on a daily basis, especially in terms of commercial usage, for example creating your own product or service. Here are some of the thoughts and assumptions, and I’m really looking forward to hearing your own remarks and also share your experience.
I have quite a good news for everyone who’s been following my programming course.
“Becoming a software developer” will receive 8 additional episodes, which is going to result in the total number of 24. Wondering why? Here are the main reasons why 16 episodes will not be sufficient enough.