Welcome to the Linux guide to web design 2022. I started using Linux in 2007 and have been a long-time fan ever since. It’s been 12 years since my original web design on Linux. During this time Linux has become more established and usable for novice users. If you own a Raspberry Pi you will more than likely use a Linux distribution. Without further ado, let’s check out what Linux has got to offer in the world of web design.
With each Visual Studio Code update, extensions can change. Some extensions may become built into the current release or stop being actively maintained. For whatever reason, it’s always good to try out new extensions and check old ones. Here are the Top 10 Visual Studio Code extensions 2022 that I use the most. Spoiler alert: Some of which are not the most popular.
Welcome to the February 2022 edition of the latest web development technologies. This month in hot web dev we will feature data structures and algorithms and why they are important. If you love Linux but want to try something new, take a look at the distributions to try out in 2022. As always there is the usual coding and web design resources.
Every day is a school day and even I still learn to code. If you don’t already know I am a big fan of learning. I also like watching and learning from YouTubers and I have purchased many Udemy courses. In 2020 I published Top 10 Super YouTube Coders for Learning which featured some very popular YouTube channels. Since then I have come across many more developers using Youtube to showcase various teaching styles. All of the recommended channels have fewer than 78k subscribers at the time of writing but there should be much more in my opinion. Here are the underrated YouTube channels to follow now and as we go into 2022. Here goes in no particular order.
Welcome to the September 2021 monthly roundup of Web Design and Development resources. Unless I have been stuck under a rock, September has been a quiet month. No doubt the next 2 months will be very different! In this edition of WOW Design & Development, we take a look at an Electron alternative. As usual, we also feature the latest and greatest in the web design and development field.
Welcome to the August 2021 monthly roundup of Web Design and Development resources. This month’s edition features security in web development. No coding environments are becoming increasingly popular but at who’s expense! I’ll be investigating the pros and cons of no or low code environments. On another note, there be the latest and greatest find’s in the web design and development field.
Being a freelance web designer comes with many perks. You get to choose your hours, workload, pay rate, and clients. You get to pick projects based on your interests, skills, and strengths.
But freelance web design is also a business, it’s not just about creative work. And running a business is never easy. To succeed as a freelance web designer, you need to develop the right roadmap.
If you are exploring a career in tech, this article might be of some help. Technology is a vast area, and it covers lots of diverse subjects. Coding, database management, network engineering or even SEO. Deciding which path to go down is a difficult decision. You may end up finding something else that you like along the way. Eventually, you may get to your destination sooner or later than planned.
Welcome to August’s monthly roundup of Web Design and Development resources. In this month’s edition, there have been updates to major players on the web sphere. If you are keen to get into the web development field then I hope you will find the resources helpful. As always there is a little something for everyone. Enjoy!