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Miranda

Miranda is a technical writer and product lead at VMware as well as founder of Books on Code, which is a platform for programmers who love to learn through technical books.

Education

MA English Literature

Work

Senior Technical Writer at VMware (previously Pivotal)

72 Free Ways to Learn to Code (Ultimate Guide)

72 Free Ways to Learn to Code (Ultimate Guide)

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What are your favorite DEV blogs and bloggers teaching coding concepts?

What are your favorite DEV blogs and bloggers teaching coding concepts?

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Why Clean Code is Still a Classic

Why Clean Code is Still a Classic

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What is Web Accessibility and Why Does It Matter?

What is Web Accessibility and Why Does It Matter?

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Top 10 Web Accessibility Standards Every Developer Should Know

Top 10 Web Accessibility Standards Every Developer Should Know

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3 Crucial Strategies to Becoming a Programmer

3 Crucial Strategies to Becoming a Programmer

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3 Coping Strategies for Programmers in Quarantine

3 Coping Strategies for Programmers in Quarantine

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How I Became a Beginner Again (An Imposter Syndrome Story)

How I Became a Beginner Again (An Imposter Syndrome Story)

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3 Must-Know Differences: Eloquent Javascript 2nd Edition vs 3rd Edition

3 Must-Know Differences: Eloquent Javascript 2nd Edition vs 3rd Edition

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7 Effective Steps to Cracking the Code Interview

7 Effective Steps to Cracking the Code Interview

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5 Best Free Books for Front-End Developers

5 Best Free Books for Front-End Developers

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This Book Is Every Solution To Your Programming Career

This Book Is Every Solution To Your Programming Career

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"The Pragmatic Programmer": The Most In-Depth Comparison Between New and Old

"The Pragmatic Programmer": The Most In-Depth Comparison Between New and Old

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The Must-Read Javascript Book of 2020 is Free

The Must-Read Javascript Book of 2020 is Free

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DevDiary: 4 Reasons I Started My Tech Blog in January

DevDiary: 4 Reasons I Started My Tech Blog in January

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Why You Should Stop Freeloading and Pay for Your Programming Books

Why You Should Stop Freeloading and Pay for Your Programming Books

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How Cute Animals Got Me an ‘A’ in Data Structures & Algorithms

How Cute Animals Got Me an ‘A’ in Data Structures & Algorithms

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📚 Tell me your ABSOLUTE favorite books and online classes

📚 Tell me your ABSOLUTE favorite books and online classes

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4 Ways (Not) to Read Programming Books

4 Ways (Not) to Read Programming Books

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Nobody Knows HTML (Except Me)

Nobody Knows HTML (Except Me)

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Are Front-End Developers Happy?

Are Front-End Developers Happy?

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5 New Year Reads for Programmers in 2020

5 New Year Reads for Programmers in 2020

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The Most Popular Front-End Developer Guide For ALL Skill Levels

The Most Popular Front-End Developer Guide For ALL Skill Levels

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The #1 Book to Grow Your Programming Career in 2020

The #1 Book to Grow Your Programming Career in 2020

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