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📚 A list of cool 😎 API for your project ! 👇

#codenewbies
#100daysofcode
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developers.themoviedb.org/3/getting-star…

You can get a lot of informations about series, movies etc..
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rickandmortyapi.com

If you like Rick and morty, you will love this!
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Okay guys let's go....

1. It takes time and practice to grab this tech thing especially coding, be patient and committed.

2. When the frustration pile up due to errors, take your mind of it and go do something else- walk, small talks etc. Go let out steam!

#CodeNewbie
3. There are two group of people,
a. Those made by institutions they pass through, they capitalize on the name of these institutions to establish their value, e.g I went to Harvard, I worked as Analyst at Chase Bank etc... 👇
#CodeNewbies
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b. The second group of individuals who make the institutions they passed/pass through. They define the value of these institutions and proceed to building it. A typical example here in Nigeria is Afikpo Chic and how she got elected via a party with no records...
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📢 #CodeNewbies & #100DaysOfCode

In 2015, I (@AndreiNeagoie) taught myself how to code (using free resources) & got hired in 5 months.

In 2017, I shared v1 of my own step-by-step guide.

These are the steps you can take to learn to code & get hired in 2022.

Let’s go 👇🧵
Our #1 goal = efficiency.

Learn the skills that are most likely to get you hired as quickly as possible.

Why?

Because once you’re on the job, your learning will be 10x what it will be with any guide, course or bootcamp.

Plus, it’s way better to get paid to learn... right?! 🤑
But wait… should I learn to code?!

I’m clearly biased but 100% yes.

Coding is a skill that will be valuable for many years to come. And it will probably only get MORE valuable.
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If you know React, you can probably get started with React Native.

Here's how to do that, and why you'd want to. A thread 🧵 👇

#javascript #React #ReactNative #coding #programming #careercoach #womenintech #BlackTechTwitter #buildupdevs #WomenWhoCode #CodeNewbies #codinglife
Why would you want to learn React Native?

1. React Native supports both iOS and Android devices which means more jobs for you to apply to
2. Mobile developers are in high demand and make over $100K according to recent statistics
indeed.com/career/mobile-…
Here are some learning resources to help you get started

- Great blog post specifically for those who already know #react
itnext.io/from-react-to-…

- Here is a Github repo of all things related to React Native
github.com/jondot/awesome…

- React Native on twitter @reactnative
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Day 3 of #100designtips

If designing is not your fck** lifestyle, you’re doing it wrong 👀

5 tips for designers, especially beginners 🧵👇🏾👇🏾
#CodeNewbies tips for designers, especia...
1⃣Practice consistently:
Your designing skill will not improve if you fck** sit all day. Learning to designing never stops, you need to keep that creativity flowing. Your brain will thank you
2⃣ Design in Public:
don’t keep your work to yourself, share and flex it to the world, be proud of your design. Your heart will be happy when people comment on your work 👀
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Find the median and the quarts parts of a statistic sequence in #pythonprogramming: a thread
1/ First write an median function which find the half indice of a list using n = len(list) (lenght of list) means (n-1)/2 if n is odd and between n/2 - 1 and n/2 if n is even.
In this function, we particularly use % for design arithmetic rest and int operator to convert float to integer. NB: we suppose that at the beginning, list is range by increase order.
2/ Afterwards we define a new function using same logic, but in more take an list of notes,
create a new list knowing that value of first list list[i] design students number who have been the note i. And send the median of the new list.
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💡Freelancing Tip for Newbies⚡️

A short thread🧵

#freelance #CodeNewbies #freelancer
While three of the most popular platforms are:

1 - Fiverr
2 - Upwork
3 - Freelancer

But there is a problem with these platforms for new freelancers.

What's the problem?
Continue Reading...👇
☝️Those platforms are most popular & available for a long time.
Hence, there are a lot of people who have established themselves as freelancers on these platforms.

In this scenario, new freelancers might find it hard to get work on these platforms.

Here's the solution:👇
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💡The Basic HTML Tags⚡️

Here are 10 common HTML tags that any web developer should know about.

They’re especially important for those just starting out with learning HTML.

👇A thread🧵
#CodeNewbies #100DaysOfCode
1. <html>...</html>

This is the root element tag.

It designates that everything between these brackets contains HTML code.
2. <head>...</head>

This tag distinguishes the head of the web page from the content.

This is where you put JavaScript code or give ‘meta’ information about the website.
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4 ways to combine strings in JavaScript

A thread ⤵️

#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbies
1. Using concatenation operator ( + )

You can use the + operator in many ways such as to add numbers, convert strings into numbers, and also to concatenate two or more strings.

Note: We need to add the space explicitly. You can also use the += operator to add strings. Image
2. Using string concat() method

string.concat() method takes one or more strings as arguments and returns a new string.

Syntax
→ string.concat(string1, string2, ..., stringN)

Note: It doesn't change the existing string. Image
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An interesting summary of an interview with Yukihiro Matsumoto, the creator of #Ruby programming language about ‘What’s a Perfect Programming Language ‘

🧵 A Thread for 🧵

#CodeNewbies #100DaysOfCode
(Yukihiro Matsumoto):

Language designers want to design the perfect language. They want to be able to say, "My language is perfect. It can do everything."

But it's just plain impossible to design a perfect language, Why ?
Because, there are two ways to look at a language.

One way is by looking at what can be done with that language.

The other is by looking at how we feel using that language—how we feel while programming.
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JavaScript fundamentals.. OBJECT and it's Methods

#CodeNewbies
#100DaysOfCode #javascript Image
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Important CSS Concepts To Learn 🧵 🔽

CSS is used to layout & style pages by defining groups of styles that are applied to elements.

If you are just starting out, learn the following concepts to gain a strong foundation & understanding of the language.

#CSS #CodeNewbies
The explanations below are a brief overview of each concept. Read the recommended articles to get in-depth explanations of each concept.

The first step to gaining a stronger understanding of CSS is to learn how Cascading, Inheritance & Specificity control how rules are applied:
Cascading

Cascade is the fundamental concept of how CSS was created. As the name suggests, Stylesheets cascade. This means that the order of CSS rules matter and when two rules apply that have equal specificity the one that comes last in the CSS is the one that will be used.
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Object Methods Cheat Sheet: 📚

Check it out: 🔥

🧵See Threads 🧵

#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbies #JS #javascript
Object Methods Cheat Sheet Part 2:
Object Methods Cheat Sheet Part 3:
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🛠️ 8 useful tools I use for faster and easier Web Development.

A thread 🧵 🔽

#CodeNewbies #WebDevelopment #tools
metatags.io

With Meta Tags you can edit and experiment with your content then preview how your webpage will look on Google, Facebook, Twitter and more when shared.
toptal.com/developers/web…

Toptal's web developer checklist helps you keep on top of various important things that are easy to forget.

Covering various subjects like mobile and SEO it's a great checklist to have when developing a new site.
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Sorry for the typo in the pic above. Forgot to add comma after a element so it should be like this: 👇👇

header :is(h1, span, a, .btn)
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In @angular 10 or above ng new --strict flag will setup your new project with following things:

✔️ Enables strict mode in TypeScript
✔️ Turns template type checking to Strict

#100DaysOfCode #301DaysOfCode #30DaysOfCode #CodeNewbies #WomenWhoCode #coding #angular #typescript
✔️ Default bundle budgets have been reduced by ~75%
✔️ Configures linting rules to prevent declarations of type any😍
✔️ Configures your app as side-effect free to enable more advanced tree-shaking
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Here are the mutable and immutable data types in #javascript

mutable:
🔹 Object
🔹 Array
🔹 Function

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#100DaysOfCode #301DaysOfCode #WomenWhoCode #CodeNewbies #coding #WebDev #DevCommunity #30DaysOfCode #programming #developers #learntocode
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immutable:
🔹 Boolean
🔹 Number
🔹 String
🔹 Symbol
🔹 Null
🔹 Undefined
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Dear #deverlopers or #codenewbies if you are confused about Promises and Observables then follow below thread.
#100DaysOfcode #301DaysOfCode #WomenWhoCode #javascript #webdev #programming #coding #learntocode #Angular #rxjs #DevCommunity
▶️ Observables vs Promises
Both Promises and Observablesprovide uswithabstractions that help usdeal with the asynchronousnatureof our applications. However, thereareimportantdifferences between thetwo:
1️⃣ As seen in theexample above, Observables candefineboth the setup and teardown aspects of asynchronousbehavior.

2️⃣ Observables are cancellable.
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There are multiple games that might help you learn CSS!
Let's discover a few of them:

Thread 🧵👇

#100DaysOfCode #CSS3 #CodeNewbies
One of my favourites is Flexbox Froggy! This game learned me how to use flexbox. 🐸

flexboxfroggy.com
When I was a kid, I loved all 'defense games'. Try this one and learn flexbox:

flexboxdefense.com
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⚠ the following tweet is not for easily offended people 😁.

MUHAHAHA!! Bow down peasants! My website got a perfect lighthouse score on my 1st try 🥳🥳.
Didn't know they'd threw confetti 😂.

Tips & tools used🧵:

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#CodeNewbies #100DaysOfCode
A fullscreen vid looks cool but could ↘️performance.

Screenshot the start of the vid & use it as an img placeholder.
Set the vid opacity to 0 and put it above the img.
When it has loaded, bring its opacity back.

I've used ezgif.com for vid cut, resize etc.

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❌@ font-face {
font-family: Roboto;
font-weight: 400;
src: url("myFont.ttf") format("truetype");
}

✅@ font-face {
font-family: Roboto;
font-weight: 400;
src: local("Arial"), url("myFont.ttf") format("truetype");
font-display: swap;
}

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@angular change detection is a transparent mechanism for synchronizing component data with the template view automatically (no application code needed). 

There are two types of change detection.

Follow the 🧵 below 👇👇

#100DaysOfCode #301DaysOfCode #CodeNewbies #Angular
default change detection: Angular decides if the view needs to be updated by comparing all the template expression values before and after the occurrence of an event, for all components of the component tree.
OnPush change detection: this works by detecting if some new data has been explicitly pushed into the component, either via a component input or an Observable subscribed to using the async pipe.
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Welcome to 2021.
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Whoever is planning to learn #software development in this year, You need to look at these #programming languages.

1. #JavaScript (web)
2. #Python3 (ML, AI, Data Sci)
3. #Java
4. #kotlin (Mobile)
5. #golang (engineering)

#DEVCommunity #CodeNewbies

why👇
Why to learn #JavaScript?
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Web development is one of the most famous and selling factions of software development and to break through it, you would need to learn JavaScript at all costs.
#websites #webdesigner #webdeveloper #webdevelopers
Why to learn #Python ?
Data Science, #MachineLeraning , #BigData , #ArtificialIntelligence , #DeepLearning , and automation are one of the most trending and highly paying fields.

Now if you are looking for a language that will get you sorted in either of the fields, it's Python.
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"I can't afford courses: how can I learn web development?" - My DMs

You do NOT need to spend a single cent to learn web development if you're a #CodeNewbie.

Here are my Top 4 FREE places to learn for different learning styles and why each one is amazing 🧵👇
1. @TheOdinProject

Where I began! Text- & project-based, it teaches independence: from Linux/VSCode/Git to HTML/CSS/JavaScript plus frameworks, NodeJS and lessons on finding work.

Best of all: a SUPER helpful Discord community for when you get stuck.💯

theodinproject.com
2. @scrimba

Scrimba's platform is video-based with an active coding environment you can experiment with. This is where I got down and dirty with React for the first time with @bobziroll's free introductory course.

Free courses here: scrimba.com/allcourses?pri…
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To celebrate FOUR THOUSAND followers I'm giving FOUR people @florinpop1705 & @traversymedia's @udemy course '50 Projects in 50 Days - HTML, CSS, JavaScript' : bit.ly/38wGDru.

Winners drawn in 24hrs! 🥳

Simply follow me & retweet one of the FOUR videos posted below! 👇
My first YouTube series is "JavaScript in <3" where I explain #JavaScript concepts in under 3 minutes for #CodeNewbies and beginners.

In my latest video, I explain the absolute basics of what a FUNCTION is and why we use them. Check it out!

Full video:
Lifting others up is a HUGE part my life philosophy. Sometimes I pop up a video with how we can become kinder to others and ourselves.

In this video I share advice from my early 20s after asking a friend "How can I get others to like me?".

Watch on YT:
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