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πŸ“š What are developers reading in our newsletters?

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For those that don’t know us, the Developer Economics newsletter is a fortnightly developer newsletter which focuses on resources, dev related news, jokes, inspirational quotes and events.

πŸ“° Our newsletter has been running for a couple of years now. In the beginning we were purely focused on developer news. However, more recently, we’ve expanded to include resources & tools which have proved popular with our readers.

πŸ•΅οΈ So which resources have developers enjoyed the most so far this year?

πŸ’‘ Learning

Play and learn coding with these coding games. Here are six gamification platforms for learning the most popular programming languages with different approaches. [TGDAILY]

Want a fun way to learn about Kubernetes?The Game of PODs is a free fun and challenging set of challenges to be played on Kubernetes. [KODEKLOUD]

Free mathematics courses for data science & machine learning. It's no secret that mathematics is the foundation of data science. Here are a selection of courses to help increase your maths skills to excel in data science, machine learning, and beyond. [KDNUGGETS]

🧰 Code and Tools

The HTTP status codes you need to know. While memorising all the codes using cat memes as a mnemonic can be helpful, this article dives deeper into what some of the most common codes mean. [BEARER]

Best automated cross-browser testing tools. One thing that is more important than a faster delivery of products is the browser compatibility of the site that visitors use to see your products. [DZONE]

10 coding principles and acronyms demystified! Exploring 10 different coding principles that come with some pretty cryptic acronyms. Some are well-known, while others - less so. [AREKNAWO]

πŸ“˜ Articles

This is how many hours you should really be working. Finally, a data-backed answer to an age-old question. [ATLASSIAN]

Why are engineers so narrow-minded? New research has an idea. Analytical thinking can lock the mind in a box. New research from professors at Stanford and Santa Clara suggests engineers lack a basic ingredient. The academics' solution is, well, controversial. [ZDNET]

Overengineering in software development. Read this article to find out what overengineering is, what its common origins are, and what you can do about it. [SOLIDSTUDIO]

Goodbye, Clean Code. "Let clean code guide you. Then let it go". [OVERREACTED]

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