🌟 This week we have brilliant posts about personal and professional growth, Reactjs, Deno, Vue 3, and some free resources!
As always, all posts were ranked by daily.dev community. Shout out to all the authors. 👏
So, let's get it started.
🏆 Ilona shares her genuine tips for improving our lives. It has nothing to do with coding, but you must check this list out. She also provides references for further reading.
⚔️ There are so many websites to practice coding and algorithms. Many of them target experienced developers. Catalin makes sure code newbies have not left aside and list the best sites for them.
🥳 If you want to center elements on your website quickly and don't care about IE support, check this grid-based solution.
🌈 There're many devs out there with a portfolio to showcase their work. Garv recently completed his, and he shares seven tips for creating a better portfolio.
🆙 This post completes the first post on this list. It provides tips to grow as a developer and take part in our vast community.
🤔 The article starts with a short intro about Deno and a comparison between the two. In the end, as we all think, the author says that it will not replace Node thanks to Node's large ecosystem.
👀 Quickly skim through this article to make sure you're aligned and familiar with these practices as a React developer.
🤑 Free stuff is always exciting, and Marko lists so many of it. Learning platforms, hosting, coding challenge, remote job boards, and many more.
👋 Here is another excellent daily tip by Chris. This time he tells us about Webmentions. A new way to discuss and interact on the web.
That was all for this week. We will come back with another list of exciting development posts next week.
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