Following the addition of a blog article search function last week, I made more changes to my blog, most notably a change in the UI and UX of settings.
A mix of personal and web development (related) articles.
An assortment of HTML elements that are used for checking website styles.
My blog now has a long-coveted search function.
This school year was my first one working with teenage students. One day a week—every Friday—I spent as a guide (or coach, as we call it) at vocational IT education in my city. It was different from any training I've given before, and here are some of the lessons I've learned.
Are you going to have your first customer meeting? While I would be surprised if someone sends in the newbie without backup, here are some tips I've recently shared with my students.
Tabs versus spaces; two spaces versus four; Windows versus Unix line endings: code editor settings differ per device and developer, which can be a hassle working in a team. There is an easy way to share base settings, and it's called EditorConfig.