|The Weekly Top 10: Professional Development|
|Friday, 02 September 2016|
This week's catch of blog posts that might otherwise have escaped you notice starts with stats on in-demand programming languages. It then looks at the website development process and introduces new techniques.
As well as answering the question what is full stack web developer, it has good advice for creating bug-free and professional looking results.
codingdojo.com - The 9 Most In-Demand Programming Languages of 2016
We compiled data from Indeed.com (database including current computer programmer jobs). While this isn’t a comprehensive list, it does provide insight into the most in-demand programming languages sought after by employers.
xbsoftware.com - Website Development Process: Full Guide in 7 Steps
hongkiat.com - 5 New Web Development Technologies You Should Know About
New types of web development technologies you should be aware of - CSS pre-processors, template engines, task processors and more.
pantheon.io - Paul Boag on the Future of Web Development for Agencies
“Our day-to-day jobs are soon going to be very different" - web development veteran Paul Boag recently called out a few web design trends and how they would affect agencies. Are web agencies in trouble? Teams moving in-house, easy-to-use SaaS products taking over, the decline of the website? So I hopped on a Skype call with him to ask a few questions.
wiliam.com.au - Modern CSS Techniques
Imagine that you wanted to keep the class names in your HTML as simple and functionally-semantic as possible, but you also wanted to have re-usable generic styles, with presentational-semantics, to avoid repetition.
usersnap.com - How to set up a bug-free development environment
(or: How we work at Usersnap) We put a lot of thought into the field of bug-free development environments. In this post I’m going to show you how we have set up our own development environment.
generalassemb.ly - Deconstructed: What Is Full-Stack Web Development?
Not long after I changed careers to become a full-stack web developer, I received an odd Facebook message from a family friend. "I visited your website," he wrote, "and I'm still trying to figure out what pancakes have to do with websites." Clever...or clueless? I'm still unsure.
blog.careerfoundry.com - You Don't Have To Be A Professional Web Developer To Have A Web Development Process
I have used an array of web development processes depending on the client, situation and demands of the workplace. In this post I aim to detail these different processes so you can see which one (or which combination) makes the most sense for you at your stage of learning. As you’ll see, there are numerous web development phases which your process needs to take into account.
63 answers from web development experts illustrating the difference between HTML and HTML5.
keycdn.com - 100+ Awesome Web Development Tools and Resources
The best and worst thing about being a web developer is that the web is constantly changing. While this is exciting it also means that web developers must always be proactive about learning new techniques or programming languages, adapting to changes, and be willing and eager to accept new challenges.
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