Written content to help you along your web development journey, without forgetting to have some fun along the way.
What would Marie Kondo say about your code?
Refactoring should be part of the code writing process, including the best developers. Here are four tips for working refactoring into your process effectively and efficiently.
I've never been able to get task lists to work for me, regardless of what app I used. So I threw all my lists and apps out and tried something entirely new.
Here are four ways in which I remedy hating the code I'm writing, and what you should do if you hate the code you're writing.
Take yourself to the next level in any programming language by using the powers and talents of those that have come and done before you, and by reflecting those powers back on others who will come after you.
Looking at old code can be an uncomfortable, embarrassing, or infuriating experience. And that's a good thing.
Balance is the key to doing anything well for a long period of time. But balance can fade slowly over time. We must check in to ensure we are maintaining balance in our lives.
If you want to do something well in life, you must do it with balance.
With many local projects, environment variables often conflict with one another. I tried several tools before landing on my favorite for managing project-specific values.
Environment variables can seem like overkill to new developers, but there are two scenarios in which they are extremely beneficial to efficiency and security.