Ever found yourself just plain stuck? In this article, we'll be looking at some tips, tricks and ideas to help move past creative block, especially for developers.
What are some of the factors that prevent companies from building a remote workforce, or at least offering remote working as a more common hiring option?
In this article, I wanted to help people to understand a little more about what imposter syndrome is, how it can hold you back, and what you can do about it, even leveraging it to drive you to become better.
If you're looking to land your first job as a web developer in the tech industry, then I have a ton of advice that might just give you the boost you need.
You can build a Parcel JS website using React, instead of using Create React App. In this article, we'll look at how to add in the missing parts of the Parcel JS bundler to allow us to build sites with React.
Rapid front-end development that scales well depends on solid design systems. We'll explore why design systems are important, how they help and one I've love to use: Bulma CSS framework.
Following on from my recent article on how to build a Node JS API server that uses JSON files, I wanted to share another recent experience I had: using CSS custom properties to apply a custom theme to a React website.
There are lots of articles on how to build a Node API server but they're either quite duff or very complex. None of them seem to deal with reading and writing to JSON files. Well let's change that by building our own Node API server using JSON data storage!
In this code article, I'm going to show you how to load fragments of HTML from a folder and output them onto a page using Webpack and require.context().
After applying for development jobs, I've been thinking a lot about how relevant are tech tests? Are they still a useful tool to make a hiring decision?
How do you find time to refactor your code? The answer is simple: continuous refactoring. Learn how to reduce your future development technical debt
After living with the nest ecosystem for over a year, I review the nest outdoor cam, nest protect and nest thermostat to see how good their smart home is
CSS-in-JS is demonised and heralded on social media, but is CSS-in-JS really all that bad? Or is it the digital devil? Read why I think everyone's wrong
Fighting imposter syndome and other tips and tricks from a job hunting journey in the tech industry
Ever wondered how martial arts could help you start a business, become better at your job, improve your life? Here's how it worked for me.
Having a child has made me think about how I could use some of my new found parenting skills to improve my web development and working life