Writer's can sometimes get a bad rap. People develop and share all sorts of misconceptions, and while some of them are true, the majority of them actually have been proven wrong by real-life writers. Here are blank common misconceptions about writers.
***Hey guys! This is the first guest post that I am featuring from the submissions I received! The post is written by DiviNet Solutions. Hope you all enjoy, and be sure to check out this blog while you're at it, because they have written several posts I know you all would find interesting. Also remember,… Continue reading Best Text Editors for Web Developers, guest post by DiviNet Solutions
Calling all bloggers! I'm now accepting guest posts!! I am looking for guest posts that primarily focus on writing or storytelling. However, writing and storytelling is a very broad topic, and that gives you all plenty of options! Whether it's something you have already shared on your blog, something you are currently working on, or a future post aspiration, I would love to feature you writing on my blog.
I’d never written about my experience despite all the help I’ve received from wonderful resources like Medium, Stack Overflow, and Reddit’s programming subreddits. So today, I decided to change that. Today I’m going to fill you in on what went right, and what didn’t, so that if you’re embarking on this journey, you’ll have better… Continue reading How I Became a Web Developer
Hey guys! I hope this post finds all of you in a project-mindset. Recently, I have been striving to build the perfect tech portfolio. While mine is not near finished and it is still very much a work in progress, I wanted to give you guys an idea of what I think an ideal portfolio… Continue reading What to Put in Your Tech/Web Development Portfolio
This post is going to be dedicated towards defining a term that I've used in several posts lately (Building a Better Blog in 10 Steps, The Basics of Building a Writing Platform, etc....). Today, I'm going to tell you exactly what I mean when I say, "bait your blog," and give you a few tips… Continue reading How to Bait Your Blog
Hello all, I realize that I am posting this a few days late but....Author's Canvas has officially hit 1,000 followers! A big thanks to all of you that have followed my blog in the past few months, and to those that are new! I really appreciate all of your support and encouragement to me and… Continue reading 1,000 Followers
Hey guys! So, in my personal experience, I have found that SQL is one of the more difficult concepts to understand. Out of all of the other concepts I have learned, this one has proven to take the most time, practice, money, and patience and I still am not always one hundred percent confident on… Continue reading Best SQL Guides
This post was recently requested by you guys, and although I have not actually monetized this blog or applied for Google Adsense yet, (I'm working on it...) I do have some tips on how to apply, what to expect, and common reasons why people get rejected. So keep reading to find out how you can… Continue reading Getting Approved by Google Adsense: 5 Ways to Increase Your Chances
Becoming a full-stack web developer requires you to cover a ton of skills, which you may already know. For beginners, it’s often not easy to find the right learning path and gain quick result. At first sight, it might be overwhelming to understand what you need to learn and how everything fits together as a… Continue reading From Front-End to Full-Stack: The Journey Begins