Finding and following great tech career advice can pave the way for your promotion to the next level. In this post, we will discuss 7 amazing pieces of content by equally amazing people that can act as a key to unlock the door to the next level of your career, let’s get started!
Most often than not, the success of any project (or start-up) is measured in terms of current and potential profits. We often overlook human growth which is even more fulfilling. In this post, I am going to discuss how a side project/mini startup -- AU Tech Jobs helped at least 6 people, all immigrants, land full-time tech jobs from casual non-tech roles and how it has changed their lives in more positive ways during this looming pandemic.
HTTP responses can be sped up with Node.js and Redis caching. In this post, we will see how we can do this by adding a Redis cache to an existing Node.js API that uses the Postgres database. Lets get cracking!
Express Js is one of the most popular Node.js frameworks. In this Node.js Express tutorial, we will build a mock landing page that can collect the email addresses of people interested to be notified of the launch of our imaginary podcast about headphones. Let’s get started.
If you are looking to level up without reading, software engineer podcasts can be an untapped avenue you should exploit now. I have been listening to podcasts geared towards software engineers for a long time now.
Due to no commute in the past 12 months, I found new times and ways to listen to podcasts. Continuing the yearly posts about podcasts, in this post, I am going to recommend 3 software engineer podcasts you should subscribe to instantly.
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