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9 Questions with a Professional Coder - Adilson Sandovar

Schools and media often make it seem like the average coder works at a small startup when this is not necessarily the case. This series profiles coders who come from art and enterprise and startups and indie shops and teaching, asking them about…

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5 Favorite VSCode Extensions for Beginners

One of the great things about web development in 2020 is how easy it is to write code. I'm a big fan of Virtual Studio Code (VSCode), an Integrated Developer Environment (IDE) that is particularly good for beginning coders. Besides combining a text…

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9 Questions with a Professional Coder - Jim Lynch

Schools and media often make it seem like the average coder works at a small startup when this is not necessarily the case. This series profiles coders who come from art and enterprise and startups and indie shops and teaching, asking them about…

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Array.concat() vs Spread Operator to Concatenate Arrays

I follow @getify on Twitter because he posts interesting code tips & tricks. And you all know how much I love to share code tips & tricks. He also publishes the You Don't Know JS book series, a great deep dive into the core mechanisms of the…

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9 Questions with a Professional Coder - art_code_love

Schools and media often make it seem like the average coder works at a small startup when this is not necessarily the case. This series profiles coders who come from art and enterprise and startups and indie shops and teaching, asking them about…

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Common Breakpoints for Responsive Media Queries

Say you are looking to provide three different responsive page layouts: one for smartphones, one for tablets or laptops, and one for desktops. Which screen widths should you target as your breakpoints (e.g., 480px)? But then you think, which tablets…

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Building a Coding Community on Twitter using Tweetdeck, or Why the Arrow vs Pointer Cursor Conversation Makes Me Happy

I tell everyone how important it is to build an online community of creators who will support and encourage you on your creative journey. This is as true for coders as it is for artists. My favorite place for coding is Twitter, but other people find…

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How to use Fontawesome Icons in React & Gatsby with Accessibility

My blog was built using Gatsby. And I want to put some Fontawesome icons on the Contact page. This post talks about my challenges and successes. For those of you not aware of Gatsby, it is a framework based on React that generates Progressive Web…

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What is Git? - Git Commands - Part 1

I love Git. Git is a version control application for software developers working on teams. The Git environment helps multiple developers stay up-to-date on recent revisions to a project code base, provides an easy way to resolve conflicts between…

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Welcome to the New Dev City Blog!

Welcome to New Dev City! This is my first published blog post and thanks for reading it! Reasons for the Blog After a few years working with web and digital technologies in education, development, and the art world I feel like it is time to start…

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