Everyone wants to make money through freelancing but struggle to get started. Choose the right platform based on your skills.

Here's a thread on the list of top 20 freelancing platforms for designers and developers:

1. Upwork

2. Freelancer

3. Codementor

4. Toptal

5. Fiverr

6. Guru

7. Truelancer

8. PeoplePerHour

9. Crossover

10. Arc dev

11. Scalable Path

12. Turing

13. Lorem

14. Soshace

15. Adeva

16. Speedlancer

17. Worksome (UK)

18. Certace

19. Bonsai

20. Remote One


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Being a developer is like having superpower nowadays.

In this thread let's go over the different options to make passive income online with developer skills:

1. Educational Course

University education is becoming less popular because of the amout of online courses that are available now.

A course by an expert in the field is a better option among learners instead of an expensive degree by an University.

The result is that there are huge opportunities for creating paid educational content.

You can host your courses on platforms like Udemy or on your own website if you want control over your customers and their emails.

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Here's a list of top YouTube channels to learn SEO:

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Here's a list of Github repositories which will help you create a study plan:

1. Coding Interview University

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25 Sep
Caching is a common practice in different layers of technology to improve application performance.

Let's discuss how a cache works and the different types of caching strategies:

A cache is a high speed data store which stores a part or the complete dataset so that future requests to the data are served faster.

The data in a cache is stored on a fast access hardware like RAM. Caching allows us to efficiently reuse previously retrieved data.

Caching is leveraged at different layers of technology like:

▫️Operating Systems
▫️CDN (Content Delivery Network)
▫️DNS (Domain Name System)
▫️Web Applications (APIs)
▫️Databases etc

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21 Sep
Messaging Queues are one of the critical components in building scalable applications.

Let's talk about them in this thread:

- what is it ?
- how to use it ?
- benefits of using it in an architecture.


As you might already know a queue is a data structure which works in first-in first-out manner.

It basically contains a sequence of objects that can be read and processed in the same order in which they were received.


A message is any data which can be in different formats like text, json, xml etc depending your application needs.

It contains all the information that needs to be sent from sender application to the receiver application.

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