If you want to work in tech, there's a chance you will encounter a take-home challenge at some point in your career. A take-home challenge is a project that you will build in your free time. In this post, I explain why I don't like take-home challenges.
If you're looking to land that next software engineer role, then here is what you need to know to make your resume stand out from the rest.
What questions do you want to ask a Software Engineer about Frontend Web Development? I will try to answer your questions to help you get started.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can boost your page in search engines and boost your traffic. Every web developer should know about these basic optimizations.
Text color contrast is how we see words on a webpage against the background. Here is what I learned while trying to optimize text accessibility on my website.
What questions would you like to ask a Software Engineer about GraphQL? Here's your chance to ask a Software Engineer about GraphQL.
Reactions are an epic way to add engagement to your blog posts. Here's how you can add epic reactions using React, Next.JS, and MongoDB.
Whether code is hard to read or not, is a matter of familiarity and accessibility to the codebase. Developers often forget about the latter when debating it.
SVG graphics are great for creating faster web applications. Optimize your SVG vector images to make your web app more responsive.
CSS Gradient Borders are possible with this one technique. You can even create CSS gradient border animations with a little CSS magic.
It's no secret: we don't write enough unit tests and we neglect them. Here is how data attributes can make your tests more stable and give you peace of mind.