Welcome to my profile
I write on varieties of topics ranging from programming to web development to common advice to be more mindful in the programming world.
My goal is to mentor people or beginner programmers to strive and thrive in the world of programming.
Here are some of my best pieces:
At one point in my life, my mind was always racing, thinking of how to solve one problem or another. At night, it was difficult to sleep because my brain would just not shut down. And the following morning, stressed from the night before, I had to dive into my work.
Soon, I realized I was burning out little by little and becoming more stressed as each day passed by.
Stress. The cause of our declining productivity.
After trying several different techniques, I discovered five that have helped me manage my stress level as a programmer.
In this article, I…
A Todo app is a software that allows you to create todos, read them, delete them, and sometimes toggle if done or not. In this article, we'll be building a Todo app that possesses all the functionalities above.
In this React build, we are going to be using:
So without further ado, Let's get started!
“I smiled so hard it hurt my cheek muscles!” And that was the beginning of the end.
John Sonmez in his book, Soft skills, hints that excellence in the Programming world comes from 3 key things:
1. Knowing what work and resonates with you.
2. Focusing on what works for you, and
3. Expanding your horizon on what works for you.
I know. You were thrilled on focusing on the 2nd after the former had been set.
That's until tutorial hell stuck its ugly nose in your business. That notorious villain.
It sticks you in an apparently endless and tiring…
Who else resort to movies to save you from your world of deep thinking?
To engross you in a new world of drama and action away from your much dreaded reality?
Even if it's for the smallest time.
It might have been meaningless at that point, but I got something I never thought would.
A lesson and a feeling. Not from the movie, but from an actress. But from Zendaya.
Here is what I got.
I never really liked Zendaya. Why? 3 points leads to my answer.
Hey, so I'm not going to bore you with an extensive explanation of what soft skills mean.
But here’s what you need to know.
Now, only 213,900 computer programming jobs were available in 2019 in the US and are said to decrease by 9% by 2029.
Right now, human resource overpowers the number of jobs. And this will increase rapidly in 10 years' time.
What are you going…
But the point of trend lists is not the trend itself, but how you use it to your advantage.
At least 97% of us, human, love trends, countdowns, and numbered lists. And yes, I'll be lying if I say I'm not a trend lover.
Why do we love these trends? We want to show up with the latest gist, news. Or to wow our friends with our proficiency in a new trendy skill.
But do we use these trends to our career's advantage? Well, most people don’t.
Going into an interview, you will feel overwhelmed and scared of what might play out. Yes, especially when you plan to crack your first job interview.
How to stop severe anxiety during interviews? I am scared, my interview is tomorrow. Any help?
Go on Google! Tens of thousands of people are asking these same questions and more questions related to those. This shows you are not alone.
Interviews. As nerve wracking as they may be, there and then, you must be prepared to sell yourself — your skills and capabilities. …
"Good design is good business." -- Thomas Watson Jr., businessman, second president of IBM
According to similarweb.com, Starbucks.com has attracted approximately 17+ million visitors in the last 6 months.
What made the site attract more visitors? Is it the message/art direction that intrigues them? Or is it because they serve amazing coffee?
"Design adds value faster than it adds costs." -- Joel Spolsky, web programmer, writer, and creator of Trello
I’m sure the web designers of this site know this!
And I am sure you won't stick to a website if you don't like it.
So, in this article, you…
I conducted research where I asked some successful freelance web developers what learning resources they use.
I found out this collective group of web developers, who earn an income ranging from $85,000 to $118,000 per year, have something in common.
The YouTube channels they watch.
So, in this article, I will share with you these YouTube channels to learn web development from to get your desired results.
“Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere.” — Chinese proverb
Here they are:
Contents∘ Learning the Basics of Web Development
∘ Building website…