Weekly Link Roundup #4

Accessibility Building accessible websites and apps is a moral obligation“You wouldn’t tolerate a builder who didn’t bother reading the building code or educating themselves on how to properly build a house. So why is that OK for us a builders of web things?” Accessible Page Navigation in Single Page Apps“Since we’re not relying on the […]

The Best Free React Course for Beginners

React has on my to-learn list for what seems like ages. I’ve tried diving in numerous times over the last few years, but either the time wasn’t right or I couldn’t find the right course or project to work through. Some courses were too hands-on, while others were too hands-off and quickly led to frustration. So […]

A Note To Beginners: Your Discomfort Means You’re On The Right Path

You’re wondering if you’re smart enough — talented enough — to make this career change into web development. You try hard for a week and then your motivation finally takes a nosedive when you can’t get your code to work. You can’t wait until you’re confident in your skills and feel equipped to tackle any […]

8 Awesome Articles from Around the Web || Link Roundup Week 3

Web Development CSS Utility Classes and “Separation of Concerns” Software developer Adam Wathan walks us through several ways of approaching CSS, pushing for a more functional, “Don’t Repeat Yourself” (DRY) approach. This article will blow your mind and get you inspired to start cleaning up your CSS. Top 10 Student Favorite Tech Podcasts My personal […]

My First Web Dev Job: 3 Months In

Hey all! I know it’s been a long time since I’ve updated. The last few months have been a whirlwind of trying to balance a challenging day job with a long commute, cramming tutorials during the evening, and working on achieving the ever-elusive work-life balance everyone’s always talking about. So here’s an update on some […]