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[THREAD] 7 RÉALITÉS du métier de développeur ! 🖥

Attention ! Je vais te livrer beaucoup de valeurs d'un coup.

Ce que toi en tant que débutant tu ignores ou imagines à tord sur cette activité !

#web3 #developer

Voilà ce que j'ai appris :

1/11
// 1 - On apprend que par la pratique ET au besoin ponctuel. //

J'ai appris #reactjs parce que je devais l'utiliser pour un projet.

J'avais besoin d'une interface.

La leçon c'est qu'il faut juste savoir à peu près en avance quoi sert à quoi.

2/11
Pour ça je te conseille de faire de la veille technologique quotidienne.

J'utilise une chouette extension pour me tenir informé de ce qui peut exister pour tel ou tel besoin: daily.dev

3/11
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Open Source Intelligence (#osint) is based on the use of hundreds of open source tools. In my experience, the main problem of good #opensource tools is extremely LOW number of users.

In this thread I will tell how independent developers find their audience (free)🧵🧵⬇️ (1/14)
(2/14) Check how your product runs outside your computer.

For starters, try opening your Github repository at Gitpod.io (it's free online #Ubuntu).

This will show what the user will need to install to run
Ex: the Python modules to include in requirements.txt
(3/14) Test your product on different operating systems

Ideally, you should install several virtual machines on your computer. VM images can be found here:

Linux - osboxes.org

Windows (legal, free 90 days) - developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsof…

MacOS - developer.apple.com/documentation/…
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50 Free CSS Resources For Web Developers ( PART - 1 )

📢 A BIG THREAD 📢

#CSS3 #webdevelopers #100DaysOfCode #coding #DEVCommunity #WomenWhoCode #stackoverflow #programmer #Frontend
🔹 Colors

1. Color Hunt
colorhunt.co

2. Coolors
coolors.co

3. HTML color codes
htmlcolorcodes.com

4. UI Gradients
uigradients.com
5. Gradient generator
cssgradient.io

6. Encycolorpedia
encycolorpedia.com

7. WebFx
webfx.com/web-design/col…

8. Radial Gradient
css-gradient.com

9. COLORS
clrs.cc

10. Flat UI colors 2
flatuicolors.com
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La info de ayer te desperto el bichito de meterte en #ciberseguridad? ¿Querés ser hacker? te cuento un poco de como arranque y algunos consejos para que logres progreso y te vayas enamorando. En el hilo anterior mencione aprender de sistemas operativos. Acá hay principalmente 2
Sé que estas pensando! sí! #Mac y #Windows, pero NO. Me refiero a #linux y a #windows. otro día hablamos de Mac. Es importante que conozcas a detalle como funcionan estos sistemas operativos. Para esto te podes bajar #virtualbox y crear dentro una virtual machine con un @ubuntu
y otra con #windows10 o el que tengas licencia. Hay que entender como funciona por dentro, cual es el tipo de file system que utiliza cada uno, porque se utilizan permisos, que tipo de archivos hay en cada directorio, que hacen esos archivos? cuales son ejecutables y cuales
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⚡️ “Business Insider’s Global Trends Festival is coming to India — and it's gonna be huge!”

#BIGTrendsFestival #BIGlobalTrendsFestival #itscomingtoindia @businessinsider twitter.com/i/moments/1292…
Welcoming @reedhastings, the man who built @netflix to #BIGTF2020!

#BIGlobalTrendsFestival is a global online experience lasting for 5 days with more than 60 hours of content: live, on-demand, dedicated workshops.

More deets on #BIGTrendsFestival here: trendsfestival.com Image
@reedhastings @netflix #BIGTrendsFestival | Nouriel Roubini (@Nouriel)
to speak at the #BIGTF2020

In 2006, he warned of an impending recession. His predictions came true in 2008, and the world was plunged into a financial crisis.

businessinsider.in/international/…

#BIGlobalTrendsFestival #itscomingtoindia Image
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Have you heard of the "curse of knowledge?" It sounds conceited, like "Poor me, cursed with all this knowledge."

It just means that sometimes we forget what other people don't know, or what it's like not to understand something. 1/
A great remedy for the curse of knowledge as it relates to writing code is answering questions on #stackoverflow. It forces you to figure out what concepts someone doesn't know and relate to them so you can explain them. 2/
That's an opportunity. We all learn differently. This means you're communicating with someone who, for whatever reason, has gotten to a certain point without picking up that concept. Why don't they know it? It could be that everything they've read assumed they already did. 3/
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It's 2019 and people are still trying to parse HTML with regex. stackoverflow.com/questions/5483…
.@marcgravell this answer still deserves upvotes, can't you just unlock the voting functionality? 😎 stackoverflow.com/a/1732454/1300…
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High level #python #tutorial thread:
Python is a high level language that runs bytecode in its virtual machine.
Everything is an object.
It supports OOP up to multiple inheritance and functional programming.
Typing is polymorphic - duck typing is preferred
A Python script is a file with a name like name.py - we indent at four spaces (it matters), comments (after #) don't execute - and is typically written like:

def main(): # function
print("Hello world")

if __name__ == '__main__': # then entry point
main()
A module is a reusable script:

"""this is a docstring at the top of the module - gives help on the module"""

import this # do imports at the top

def main(): # main at top or bottom
"""functions get docstrings too"""

if __name__... always at the bottom, assumed from now on
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