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We often forget that being a web developer is not only about #html, #css or #javascript! #react or #angular! #python or #php!
Sure these helps you build wonderful looking websites but database and data structure is vital! Security is a must! Scalability is key!
Sure if you claim you are a #Frontend developer, you can easily say that you don’t have to worry about all the ‘backend’ stuff I just mentioned! And here is where I completely disagree! To be successful you have to understand the back end and how it works!
Understanding the database you are building a front page for helps you have a bigger picture of the wealth of data you have! How to present it and how to make it available!

Securing a database is the #dba job! Network system engineer secure the network where your site is!
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Here is why you should never write a Twitter thread!
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Did you really think there is a thread? 😆
Lol well technically it is a thread! 🧵
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⭐️ 10 Repositorios en GitHub para mejorar como #JavaScript Developer 💻

Te los comparto en el siguiente "Worker Thread"
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➡️ JavaScript Styleguide github.com/airbnb/javascr…

➡️ Node.js Best Practices github.com/goldbergyoni/n…

➡️ JavaScript Algorithms github.com/trekhleb/javas…

➡️ JavaScript Questions github.com/lydiahallie/ja…

➡️ 33 JS Concepts github.com/leonardomso/33…
➡️ Clean Code JavaScript github.com/ryanmcdermott/…

➡️ You Don't Know JS github.com/getify/You-Don…

➡️ Awesome JavaScript github.com/sorrycc/awesom…

➡️ 30 Seconds of Code github.com/30-seconds/30-…

➡️ Project Guidelines github.com/elsewhencode/p…
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🚀10 CSS Code you will always need👇
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#100DaysOfCode #DEVCommunity #webdeveloper
🖌️1. CSS Reset

When we create a fresh project browser assign some default style to the elements
And before moving further it is our duty to Reset or Clear all the CSS before beginning the work

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🖌️2. Html Style

The very first tag to start loading with properties is HTML tag
We add multiple default properties throughout the page like scroll-behavior,background-color,color, etc.

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How much CSS is Enough before Moving to Javascript?⚡️
With an approach plan👇
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#100DaysOfCode #DEVCommunity #webdeveloper
♦️1. Basic CSS Intoduction

When you Just started CSS after HTML
it is necessary for you to know the basics of CSS

Topic like,
→ Basic Syntax
→ Selectors(ID and Class)
→ Colors
→ Fonts
→ Margin
→ Padding
→ Box model
→ Display
→ Images & Icons

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♦️2. Middle Level CSS

After finishing Basic CSS and getting introduced to THE CSS you move to a slight time demanding topics

Topics like,
→ List & Tables
→ Position
→ Overflow & Z-Index
→ Forms
→ CSS Units
→ !important
→ Psedudo Class and Elements

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Let's see🤔

How can you control life cycle of injected elements in ASP..NET Core DI Container?

We have three live cycles:
➡️ Singleton
➡️ Scoped
➡️ Transient

How do they work? Here is the thread 🧵👇 with the demo and code

#dotnet #csharp #devcommunity
Do to the demo, we need to create an interface per life cycle option.

An implementation of that interface will return a unique ID.
New ID means that element was recreated
We need a class that will represent a service layer that will be created in Controller.

We need to do this to see how "Scoped" and "Transient" life cycles are working
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Getting Better At CSS 🌻

I see lot of people who are starting with web development struggle with #CSS, even some experienced ones.

Here are some suggestions + #resources to help get better at CSS : A thread ✨➡️

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First, Let me talk about my relationship with CSS.

I remember my first encounter with CSS in June 2021 on Tanay's YT channel. You can think of it as my first date with CSS.

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I was nervous and kind of afraid of it because of the CSS memes lol, but I managed and after spending a few hours with CSS I kinda started liking it.

This is what I created on my first date by following the session :
My first ever portfolio
…e2000090645fc--zuberdunge.netlify.app

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Front-end developement Roadmap step by step for beginners 🔥

Thread 🧵

#100DaysOfCode #Coding #DEVCommunity
1️⃣ Internet -->
How does the internet work?
What is HTTP?
Browsers and how they work?
DNS and how it works?
What is Domain Name?
What is hosting?
2️⃣ HTML -->
Learn the basics
Writing Semantic HTML
Forms and Validations
Conventions and Best Practices
Syntax and Basic Constructs
Accessibility
SEO Basics
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EF Core 6.0 new features. 48 code samples.

The biggest thread of mine so far. With sub-threads. The last this year.

It took me almost two months to go through many new features in EF Core 6.

Retweets are appreciated 😊

#dotnet6 #efcore6 #coding #devcommunity
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LINQ query enhancements in EF Core 6.0 thread.

12 features with code samples.

Retweets are appreciated 😊

#dotnet6 #efcore6 #coding #devcommunity
String.Concat translation with 3 and 4 arguments
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What is GitHub Actions?

A Thread 🧵👇
#webdeveloper #webdevelopment #DEVCommunity #Programming
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@github Actions is a platform that allows you to automate your build, test, and deployment pipeline.

👉 Create workflows that build and test every pull request to your repository
👉 Create workflows that deploy merged pull requests to production.
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They are popular for integrating CI/CD but it's much more than that. It brings continuous integration (CI) directly to the GitHub flow with templates built by developers for developers.
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5 Chrome plugins I use often when testing web applications

Thread 🧵👇

#sdet #programming #DEVCommunity #SoftwareTesting
Fake filler: form filler that fills all inputs on a page with fake / dummy data

This a great plugin if you work with input fields a lot. I use this to automatically fill all the input fields with random data with just a single click.
JSONView - format JSON document

As Dev/QA, you are constantly working with JSON data which you need to view/validate. This plugin formats the data automatically in new tab when you access any API with JSON response
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A big thread of new APIs in the .NET 6. 🧵

Retweets are appreciated ☺️

#dotnet6 #coding #devcommunity #programming
Reflection API for nullability information.
Reflection API for nested nullability information.
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El tiempo vuela, pero lo prometido es deuda

Le había dicho a @asdrubalivan y a @ramloarc que iba a compartir más contenido #Backend

Por acá les dejo un hilo sobre PostgreSQL Performance Improvements

#performance #PostgreSQL #developer #DEVCommunity #rails #backend
@asdrubalivan @ramloarc Partamos con lo básico,

La vieja confiable documentación.

Aquí van a encontrar todo lo que necesiten.

postgresql.org/docs/14/index.…
@asdrubalivan @ramloarc Si hablamos de #performance #improvement en #PostgreSQL no puede faltar el comando Explain.

Asi ustedes van a ver que ruta va a tomar tu consulta SQL al momento que se ejecute.

#backend #DEVCommunity

Explain Command
postgresql.org/docs/14/sql-ex…
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Two basic Python Libraries that are extensively used by Machine Learning & Data Science practitioners on a daily basis & resources to learn/practice them.
These are the base that will help you kickstart your journey & are must :

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✴️PANDAS

Resources to Learn :

1. Obviously the official documentation: pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/st…

2. This awesome repo by @justmarkham is a must:
github.com/justmarkham/pa…

3. This repo helps you learn & practice Pandas :
github.com/ajcr/100-panda…
4. Kaggle is another amazing source for the same :
kaggle.com/learn/pandas

5. The Lord itself :
w3schools.com/python/pandas/…

Resources to Practice :

1. A group of exercises with topic wise solutions :
github.com/pktparticle/py…

2. Points 2,3,4,5 of the Learning Resources.
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🔥 Let's learn & become a DevOps Engineer! How? ⬇️

Thread 🧵

#devops #100daysOfDevops Image
➖The skillset required for DevOps Engineer roles is large.

➖Sometimes it can be confusing which tools/technologies to learn.

➖That is when the right guidance & community building could be helpful and be a lifesaver!

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#DEVCommunity #BuildingBetterCommunities
To make it simpler!

I will be following this roadmap, learning the most popular and hot growing DevOps & Cloud tools and also sharing my learning with the community.

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Today, I'm starting to learn Python 🐍 (finally).
So I want to share with you this killer websites to learn this Powerful Language 🔥

Thread 🧵

#DEVCommunity #Python #coding #Programming #pythonprogramming #100DaysOfCode
1️⃣ Tutorialspoint.

tutorialspoint.com/python
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Attended an informative Twitter Space by @DThompsonDev
"Getting a Job in Tech: The Game Plan"

Today's space was mainly focused on these things:
1. LinkedIn Profile
2. Portfolio Website
3. GitHub Account
4. Resume

The whole 3hrs of space can be summarized into this: 🧵👇
1️⃣ LinkedIn
- LinkedIn is where all the recruiters hangout.
- It's the place where you can humblebrag.

✅ Heading:
- ❗ REMOVE WORD 'ASPIRING' FROM YOUR TAGLINE ❗
- Put exact languages and skills, recruiters might not know much technical stuff

(Continued Below 👇)
✅ Featured Section:
- ❗ DO NOT PUT YOUR RESUME THERE. ❗
- A most valuable asset of your profile.
- Add Images:
- Goal should be to increase the scrollaility of the profile.
- You can explain projects with a screenshot.

(Continued Below 👇)
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The best YouTube channel to learn React Js 🔥
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#DEVCommunity #reactjs #javascript #coding #programming #webdevelopment
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The 2 minute rule.

A Thread.

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The main idea behind the 2 minute rule is to slowly curb procrastination off the list of unhealthy habits.
There are different varieties and variations to this, but the main idea is to get started with what you can do under 2 minutes immediately without thinking.
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Top 4 Popular JS Template Engines...
Templating engines were more popular before all frameworks and libraries came to be 🔥

#100DaysOfCode #coding #programming #FrontEndDevelopment #backend #SoftwareDeveloper #javascriptdeveloper #Developer #DEVCommunity
01- Dot Js.
The fastest + concise javascript template engine for Node.js and browsers.

olado.github.io/doT/index.html
02- EJS.
Embedded JavaScript templating.

ejs.co
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Sigue estos pasos para ganarte $100 dólares en 1hora o menos siendo #junior #Dev #backend #AutomationAnywhere

#DevCommunity #programador #python #ruby
Pre-requisito (1vez)
1- Aprende lo básico de #python o cualquier lenguaje de #scripting
2- Crea un script (pequeño programa) que lea datos de varios archivos de excel (ej. enero, febrero, marzo)

Recurrente:
3. Ofrece tu script por $100 dólares a contadores, y pequeños negocios, enfocándote en la cantidad de horas que vas a ahorrarles Ej. 20 horas cada mes
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#Bitcoin and the Store of Value.

A Thread

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Store of value is a way of preserving wealth over time. This is extremely useful if you've a surplus from the essentials and would like to preserve it for the future.

Gold is considered to be the this store of value, but gold does have certain issues to be addressed.
The problems with Gold :

1. Wastage when conversion is very likely and we intend to lose some money in the process.

2. Gold is difficult to store and safeguard. Since gold is a physical entity and pretty much worn as an accessory, it is subject to theft often.
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People intend to talk about success and not the failures or mistakes just to seem near perfect. But it's them mistakes that make us better.

Here's a list of mistakes that I did as a beginner programmer and you might want to avoid some of these.

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1. Choosing to code at the very beginning without understanding and breaking down the problem to find a solution.

It's always been helpful to sketch the problem & solution with pen and paper before attempting to code directly.
2. Learning loop

I intend to know the indepth knowledge about a topic and jump from one resource to another. Working hand on rather than just watching tutorials has proven to be helpful.
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