Saturday, May 30, 2020

10 Things Front-end Developers Should Learn in 2020

Hello guys, if you are a front-end developer and wondering what you should learn in 2020 to take your skills to next level or someone who aspires to become a frontend developer in 2020, but not sure about which technologies, tools, framework, languages, and libraries to learn, then you have come to the right place. In this article, I am going to share some of the most essential things a frontend developer should know. Being an author of a technical blog, I often receive questions like what tools and technologies should a web developer learn? Which programming languages are suitable for web development, and what skills are necessary? I am going to answer all those questions from my reader in a series of blog posts, and this is the first one of them.

Friday, May 29, 2020

Top 5 Courses to Learn Eclipse IDE for Java Programmers - Best of Lot

Hello guys, If you are in Java development then you may know that Eclipse is one of the most popular IDEs for Java development and millions of Java developers used it around the world. Since, IDEs like Eclipse, NetBeans, and IntelliJIDEA are an integral part of Java developer's life, it makes sense to spend some time learning your IDE like Eclipse and get productive with it. This will not only save a lot of your time during development, testing, and debugging, but it will also make you a better developer. It's said that a craftsman is as good as its tools and its true for a programmer also. In general, expert developers have better tools and they know their tools better which often differentiate them with average programmers.

Top 5 HTML 5 and CSS 3 Courses for Frontend Developers - Best of Lot

Hello guys, if you are learning Web Development or thinking about becoming a Web Developer, then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared the 2020 Web Developer RoadMap, and today, I'll talk about HTML and CSS and share some useful resources to learn them in depth. There are three pillars of Web Development, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. HTML provides structure, CSS provides the style and JavaScript provides the interactiveness. The HTML stands for HyperText Markup Langauge, and it's one of the oldest technology I know. I first come to know about HTML in my college day, good 20 years back, when we are happy to see a list of heading in different colors.

10 Tools Every Software Developer/Programmer should know

Every trade has its tools, and software development is no different. A good programmer or software developer generally knows their tools better than others and also has access to more powerful and advanced tools than an average programmer, but there are certain tools that you expect every software developer should know, and this list is all about such tools. In this list, I am going to share 10 essential tools, which I believe every programmer or software developer should know and know well.

Thursday, May 28, 2020

Top 5 Online training courses to learn Cloud Computing in 2020 - Best of Lot

Cloud Computing is becoming an essential skill for any Software developer or IT professional today as more and more companies are moving towards Cloud for their infrastructure and service needs. It pays to learn Cloud Computing today as the most likely application will be solely building and deploy in the cloud in the future. No matter what your role is, if you are working in technology, cloud computing is going to affect you, one way or another. Anyway, if you want to learn cloud computing then you have come to the right place, in this article, I am going to share some of the best courses to learn Cloud computing basics in general and with AWS and GCP in particular.

10 Unit and Integration Testing Tools and Libraries Java Programmers Should Learn

In the last a couple of weeks, I have written some articles about what Java developer should learn in 2020 like programming languages, libraries, and frameworks, but if you have just one thing to improve or learn then that must be your automation testing skills. Testing is one of the disciplines which separates professional developers with amateur ones. It's not about following TDD, BDD, or whatever testing methodologies but at the very minimum level, you must write code to test your code automatically. Many Java developers write unit tests and integration tests which automatically run during build time, mostly by using continuous integration tools like Jenkins or TeamCity.