This series of articles will introduce you to the core concepts of open web app architecture, including MVC, recommended frameworks and tools, and more. via Modern Web App Architecture
Hello all! I hope this post finds you well. As you know, I am pursuing a degree in Technical Writing currently. One of the challenges I have found when it comes to explaining my degree is that there is not a very well defined definition for what a technical writer does. It's not something like… Continue reading What is Technical Writing?
***Here’s another guest post! This post was written by Benjamin Moore, and I really encourage you all to check out his blog, as he has written some very interesting posts that I feel you all would enjoy! Also, remember that I will be accepting guest posts until April 1st, so feel free to keep submitting!***… Continue reading My Apprehension Got the Best of Me
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! 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 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
The work of a Software Engineer is to analyze a problem, think about a good solution, design it, implement it and then test it. Software Engineers do problem-solving. The work of the Software Engineer ends when he finishes implementing the solution for the problem. via Data Science vs. Software Engineering
GitHub is a code hosting platform for version control and collaboration. It lets you and others work together on projects from anywhere. This tutorial teaches you GitHub essentials like repositories, branches, commits, and Pull Requests. You’ll create your own Hello World repository and learn GitHub’s Pull Request workflow, a popular way to create and review… Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to GitHub
So it's been just over a month, and as of Saturday, February 17th at 12:03am, Author's Canvas officially has 500 followers! I would like to acknowledge and thank everyone who has taken the time to read, like, comment, and share my posts because I really appreciate it. Of course, I would also like to give… Continue reading 500 Followers: Appreciation Post
Guest post by Laura from All In My Head.
Every blogger needs plugins to help run their WordPress site. There are so many amazing ones out there that really add to the look and functionality of your blog. They take out all the stress of coding – which a lot of people aren’t experienced with [myself included!].
Plugins also provide some really useful behind-the-scenes help that makes blogging life so much easier. I’m all about small tweaks with big impact! If there’s something out there that can do something in half the time I can, then I’m definitely going to use it.
Efficiency is key when it comes to running a successful blog, and time-saving means you can focus on more important things.
This is a roundup of my favourite plugins that I use to run All In My Head, my own blog over at laurajacquesaimh.com.
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