It is the third edition of this series where I bring you beautiful tweets from twitter from awesome tweeps. You may want to check out part 1 and part 2. Let me show you what I have got in this edition
Top Youtube Channels For Programmers
⚒ Traversy Media
⚒ The New Boston
⚒ Derek Banas
⚒ The Coding Train
⚒ The Net Ninja
⚒ Red Stapler
⚒ Kevin Powell
What's ur favorite channel? What channels missing from the list?14:35 PM - 19 Jun 2020
Bolaji Ayodeji@iambolajiayoI must say that @wwwschools is a great place to start learning how to code with a low budget.
You'll find tutorials from front-end to back-end development with almost everything you need.
I used it some years back and I couldn't be more grateful 💙
w3schools.com17:38 PM - 17 Jun 2020
Danny 🐱🚀@dannysteenmanStay away from what distracts you. When you need to do something, get it done. You can use a Pomodoro timer, a website blocker or whatever works for you. Just make sure it helps you focus.
#100DaysOfCode14:01 PM - 16 Jun 2020
FrontEnd Dude 👨💻💻Developers, stop wasting your time!
Stop treating learning to code like studying for a test, you’re not going to be quizzed
Lean on resources to find the solution as learning where to look is more important than having the answer memorized
#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbies #webdev07:07 AM - 17 Jun 2020
You can't do everything at the same time, and you should not!
Focus on the most important tasks and complete them one after the other. We are all humans, not robots.11:24 AM - 17 Jun 2020
Njoku Samson Ebere@eberetwitMicrosoft and Udacity have forged a brand new partnership to provide Machine Learning Scholarship Program for Microsoft Azure. You can join here 👇👇👇
admissions.udacity.com/apply/microsof…09:50 AM - 17 Jun 2020
Catalin Pit@catalinmpitNever forget that every expert was once a beginner. We all start from 0. Nobody is born with all the knowledge.
As a result, you have the potential to become an expert as well. Work hard, be consistent and enjoy the journey.
#100DaysOfCode06:50 AM - 17 Jun 2020
James Q Quick #BlackLivesMatterWhat's the thing that holds you back most in your career? As a content creator, it's my design skills 🖊️ I look at other people's stuff and I'm like damn!! lol
Regardless, I'm learning and trying to get better every day 😄23:22 PM - 16 Jun 2020
Want to get better as a Dev?
When you are following a tutorial, make YOUR version of it!
Did it show you how to make a dog app? Then make a cat app!
Did it show you how to make a car rental application? Then make a house rental app!
This is how you learn!
#100DaysOfCode02:21 AM - 16 Jun 2020
Catalin Pit@catalinmpitEveryone wants the magic bullet to become a "top programmer".
Guess what? There is no magic bullet.
Code. Get stuck. Learn to get un-stuck. Repeat.
#100DaysOfCode07:14 AM - 16 Jun 2020
FRONT-END DEVELOPER ROADMAP
PKG Manager ( npm, yarn )
Build tools ( webpack, parcel )
Frameworks [ Js [ react, vue, angular, svelte], CSS [ bootstrap, bulma, tailwind] ]
Learn The difference Spa vs SSR
Pwa14:30 PM - 15 Jun 2020
Adrian Twarog 🦘@adrian_twarogYou can do it.
🔥 Starting development
🔥 Learning to code HTML CSS JS
🔥 Improving your coding skills
🔥 Advancing to React, Angular, Vue
🔥 Getting a programming job
🔥 Starting freelance work
🔥 Working remotely
I believe in you, I've done these things, & I know you can too!03:52 AM - 15 Jun 2020
Complete #Python Keywords Reference.
and - AND logical operator
not - NOT logical operator
or - OR logical operator
in - To check if a value is present in a collection
is - To check if two objects are the same
as - To create an alias
A Thread👇 #100DaysOfCode02:35 AM - 15 Jun 2020
Njoku Samson Ebere@eberetwitI started learning cos it gave me the power to make my own applications and not get stuck in other people’s bad softwares.
The bad application that really dealt with me was Jamb website and UNN portal because I was working in a cyber cafe.
Now sha, I code to make money 😆 twitter.com/chrisdixon161/…06:30 AM - 16 Jun 2020Chris Dixon @chrisdixon161What is your reason for learning to code? What is your end goal?
Everistus Olumese 🇳🇬 🇨🇦The best skill you can gain as a software engineer is to learn how to frame your question and query Google.16:26 PM - 15 Jun 2020
I believe EVERYONE should have a blog.
→ It helps you clarify your thoughts.
→ It helps you land better opportunities (jobs).
→ It helps others (we all have something to share).
Just start with the focus on sharing what you know and helping others 🙌04:37 AM - 16 Jun 2020
Simone - HackerTyper 🇪🇺Everyone in software development Googles shit.
So why is it that admitting not knowing something off the top of your head but being able to do some research is not something that is valued in interviews? Actually, it's frowned upon?18:32 PM - 13 Jun 2020
Njoku Samson Ebere@eberetwitResist the urge to start a new project anytime the urge comes up 😆
Always remind yourself of the uncompleted building you stared 🤣 twitter.com/Didicodes/stat…15:45 PM - 14 Jun 2020Edidiong Asikpo💛 @DidicodesHey #TechTwitter Am I the only one that rarely completes a personal project? If you don’t struggle with this, let me know how you do it😩.
Njoku Samson Ebere@eberetwitYes... Knowing the write word to search is a special skill every programmer needs to cultivate twitter.com/florinpop1705/…15:39 PM - 14 Jun 2020Florin Pop 👨🏻💻 @florinpop1705Every developer is googling (or using duckduckgo) to find answers to their questions. The only difference is that experienced developers have a better idea of what to search for in order to find the answers quickly.
Njoku Samson Ebere@eberetwitI feel this...
The fact that you can tap into other people’s code via a URL to build a totally new app makes it so awesome 😊
Everything I made here
covid19-stat.netlify.app was just APIs based twitter.com/rafrasenberg/s…15:11 PM - 14 Jun 2020Raf Rasenberg @rafrasenbergThe day coding really got interesting for me was when I learned how to interact with an API The fact that you can just interact with other languages and systems, blew my mind If you are a code newbie, try out API's! It will be an awesome experience once you grasp the concepts
Raf Rasenberg@rafrasenbergYou think extreme sports will give you an adrenaline rush?
Try a programmers life:
- Client message: "All systems are down"
- Accidentally deleting production database
- Deploying on a Friday afternoon
- We need IE support
- There is legacy jQuery code06:35 AM - 14 Jun 2020
🛰️𝗙𝗿𝗮𝗻𝗰𝗲𝘀𝗰𝗼💛𝗝𝗮𝘃𝗮𝗦𝗰𝗿𝗶𝗽𝘁@francescociull4Are you looking for a remote job as a dev?
You can add yourself here💛
Here some links you can try
#remdevjob #100DaysOfCode09:57 AM - 13 Jun 2020
Google is here for a reason. Don't try to cram everything into your brain. You will fail, and you will get frustrated.
Work smart, not hard.10:46 AM - 13 Jun 2020
I m programmer. I have a weakness, I make mistakes, and I experience lonely, but I learn from all these things and they make me a better programmer.14:41 PM - 11 Jun 2020
Front End Developer Guide!
Advanced Site Structure
PHASE - 3
PHASE - 4
Congrats you're a Front end Dev16:43 PM - 11 Jun 2020
Remember: You may not be there yet, but you are closer than you were yesterday! ✌️15:30 PM - 12 Jun 2020
Njoku Samson Ebere@eberetwitYou are working on two projects and each of them has bugs stopping you from moving forward
Now you are wondering if you should start another project 😆
#100DaysOfCode14:34 PM - 12 Jun 2020
Luc C.Wanna write a blog? Consider this:
- to who you write,
- what’s the content
- how can it be helpful
- be authentic
- 3-5 minutes read (1500 words)
- brake in small parts (I prefer max 4)
Anything to add? Please do 👇12:08 PM - 11 Jun 2020
Catalin Pit@catalinmpitIf you're doing #100DaysOfCode or you're a #CodeNewbie:
* you're your competition. Be better than you were before.
* avoid negative people. Surround yourself with positive people.
* see failures as opportunities to improve/grow as a dev
* if you don't ask, you don't get it12:19 PM - 11 Jun 2020
Catalin Pit@catalinmpitWhen I started with Twitter, I thought nobody will listen to my blabberings.
When I started my blog, I thought nobody will read my articles.
When I started with YouTube, I thought nobody will be interested in the videos.
Put those doubts aside and just START! You can do it too15:32 PM - 10 Jun 2020
Luc C.I wrote the first “Hello World” line of code in February 2019... I now work as jr web developer! For me, it’s the greatest adventure ever..
Previous dev education: none
Father of 4
While working, also learning
Tell me you can do it as well!
Yes. You. Can.
❗️❗️💪 🚀13:53 PM - 10 Jun 2020
Friend of mine took 6 years to become a software engineer.
Took me a little less than a year
Both of our titles are "Software Engineer".
His title isn't "Took 6 years Engineer".
Same title. Same paycheck.
So stop worrying about how long it is going to take!
You got this!19:59 PM - 10 Jun 2020
Catalin Pit@catalinmpitI'll repeat this until you get sick of me.
If you're doing #100DaysOfCode or you're a #CodeNewbie, start a blog and document your journey.
You deepen your knowledge, you can come back when you face the same problem, you help others and you show that you can communicate.17:38 PM - 10 Jun 2020
Njoku Samson Ebere@eberetwitMe and Nextjs right now 😆 twitter.com/dthompsondev/s…21:29 PM - 09 Jun 2020
Njoku Samson Ebere@eberetwitWe are in it together.
Reshma✨@techconfettiYou attend a job interview, everything goes well and by the end of it the interviewer says "So.. do you have any questions?"
What are the questions you would be asking?
#100DaysOfCode #programming #cybersecurity #webdev #DataScience #Analytics #ML #WomenWhoCode06:26 AM - 09 Jun 2020
YOU ARE VALUABLE!
Stop discounting & doubting yourself.
Don't be shocked if an employer underpays you if you are already under valuing yourself!
You are bringing value to the table!
Act like the valuable person you are!
Be focused, Be diligent, Be phenomenal!
#100DaysOfCode14:45 PM - 09 Jun 2020
I struggle with this stuff all of the time, but make sure you...
1. Get enough sleep
2. Drink enough water
3. Take breaks
4. Protect your eyes
5. Have good posture
6. Get some exercise
7. Don't eat like shit
Any other health tips for devs?14:16 PM - 09 Jun 2020
Johan RinWhy should you start blogging?
1. Gain confidence
2. Share your experience
3. Check your knowledge
4. Market yourself
5. Get opportunities
In the end, it's about you and you alone!
Don't judge your results by likes or retweets and start helping the future you 🦾07:55 AM - 09 Jun 2020
Marc Backes ⚡️@_marcbaEspecially when you’re starting out as a developer, do more than your client/employer expects from you. Over-deliver! Even if you’re underpaid.
Like that you show how valuable you are and can negotiate other terms quicker and easier.
(It also says a lot about you as a person)06:35 AM - 08 Jun 2020
You can be rejected because
- culture fit wasn't great
- someone better applied
- someone cheaper applied
- HR had a bad day
It isn't necessarily about you or your skills.
#100DaysOfCode07:49 AM - 07 Jun 2020
Marina👩🏼💻✨@marinabl10❕HTML coding mistakes:
• Missing quotation marks for attribute values
• Improper nesting of HTML tags
• Using HTML tags for the wrong purpose
• Missing 'Alt' text
• Ignoring the meta section
• Using styles in HTML
#100DaysOfCode #CodeHabit365 #Womenwhocode #CodeNewbie09:15 AM - 07 Jun 2020
Catalin Pit@catalinmpitFor me, programming doesn't come naturally.
So I have to work extra, most of the times, to get the concepts.
If you're in the same position, it doesn't mean you aren't made for it. It means that you just have to work a little bit extra than others.
#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbie13:51 PM - 07 Jun 2020
"How did you get better at coding?"
"How can I cook better?"
"How can I dance better?"
"How can I play better basketball?"
This is going to work in any field.
#100DaysOfCode15:24 PM - 07 Jun 2020
"Taking time to rest, renew, and refresh yourself isn't wasted time. Recharge. Choose what energizes you."
― Melody Beattie16:15 PM - 06 Jun 2020
When I started freelancing, I was a complete noob. I learned along the way. If you wait until you feel completely ready, you'll be waiting forever.
Don't overthink it. Take on that first client and give it your all.17:34 PM - 06 Jun 2020
Don't compare yourself to people on social media.
That person you're idolizing may have had a head start, could be a fast learner or THEY CAN BE LYING!
This is social media, folks lie!
You are great! Don't hate yourself because you aren't on their level
#100DaysOfCode21:41 PM - 06 Jun 2020
Bad Habits you should quit as a programmer.
- Refusing to ask for help
- Using the wrong tool for the job
- Refusing to learn from mistakes
- copy-pasting code blindly
- Working non stop all-day
- Refusing to share your knowledge
- Saying I will fix later
- Giving up too soon13:43 PM - 05 Jun 2020
Donn FelkerWhen should you start blogging, podcasting, produce videos or start to speak at conferences?
It's answered best by this old saying:
"The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now."
Start today, and then keep doing it.16:04 PM - 05 Jun 2020
Let me be clear:
You don't NEED to know 5 different programming languages to freelance.
You can start with WordPress knowledge or straight up HTML + CSS.
It's that simple.
Learn until you know enough to make decent websites, then START.
Don't procrastinate.08:07 AM - 04 Jun 2020
FrontEnd Dude 👨💻🔥 Google Search Tips Every Programmer Should Know
⬇️Developers spend a lot of time searching for answers, boost your search productivity using the tips below:
#100daysofcode #CodeNewbies #google #webdev #tips #programming #coding #search #productivity #productivityhacks07:04 AM - 04 Jun 2020
Some common mistakes to avoid as a developer (non-code related)
1. Giving up too soon
2. Not asking for help
3. Not taking enough breaks
4. Becoming complacent
5. Not able to take criticism
Anything to add?17:56 PM - 04 Jun 2020
Marina👩🏼💻✨@marinabl10🌐Programming Principales to follow💪🏼
❕KISS: Keep it simple stupid
❕DRY: Don't repeat yourself
❕SoC: Separation of concerns
❕SLAP: Single level of abstraction
❕4C's: Clean code, clever code
❕YAGNI: You aren't gonna need it
#100DaysOfCode #Womenwhocode #CodeHabit365 #Code16:58 PM - 03 Jun 2020
I had a crap laptop for 5 years.
I learned to code on it
I went to work with it.
I started a freelancing business with it.
Only after 5 years, I got an upgrade.
You don't need a "MacBook" to get started.
Start with what you have for as long as you can.13:00 PM - 04 Jun 2020
Catalin Pit@catalinmpitIf you're looking to deploy your web apps, check these two services:
They make it super easy to deploy your apps. I tried both and I don't prefer one over the other.
Try and see which one works the best for you.
#100DaysOfCode06:28 AM - 03 Jun 2020
Adrian Twarog 🦘@adrian_twarogDevelopment is like martial arts.
Specializing in a single skillset, language or framework can help you reach heights otherwise impossible. So keep improving your skills!
"Don't fear a man who practices a 1000 different punches. Fear one who practices the same punch 1000 times"01:24 AM - 02 Jun 2020
It was a really long episode. I hope you picked salient points that can help you to keep pushing like I am also pushing and looking to land my dream job.
If you have comments or questions, I am happy to read them in the comment section.