17 posts tagged “learning programming”

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Today I have an answer to a question I got asked a lot of in my instagram DM's How to learn React Native? First and foremost, I started learning this framework 2+ years ago. It looked and worked a…

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It’s Friday and which is a good day to talk about teamwork. I’m a frontend developer, which means I work mainly on the visible side of react native applications. In the complex system I work everyday…

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Working with React Native for the past two years taught me about solving specific problems that often occur when working with this library. I've prepared a list of few ways to solve these problems.…

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What is Expo Today I wanted to talk a little bit about Expo. From Docs: Expo is a set of tools and services for building, deploying, and quickly iterating on native iOS, Android, and web apps from the…

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Post I've seen more and more mentions about TypeScript during last year and almost everyone who tried it, never went back to writing regular JS, so I decided that I have to take my time and learn it…

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I decided that I'll repost all education-related posts from my Instagram here, so it won't get lost in the feed of beautiful pictures. Rubber-ducking So as I was writing yesterday on Instagram, I have…

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Intro As many of you may already know, one of the reasons why I even started learning programming was the promise of working remotely from anywhere I want. That's why I did a research on how to get…

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Being flexible When you're working in a bigger company, there are around 500 people and a lots of projects from very different genre. For example I am now working in a Web Development project based on…

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Intro Hello there, this blog post is a short notes I wrote for myself to remember the concepts of  the book "You don't know JavaScript - Scope & Closures" by Kyle Simpson. It's a really great book and…

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State of flow Today I wanted to talk about a fun topic for me. I think that the name of this state is quite imprecise and it will probably hard to explain, but I'll try to explain it on a few examples…

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SVG The most important thing to get you in front of the doors to your first job I described in this series programming-learn-it-by-yourself , but that isn't where it ends. There are tons of other…

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Extensions As many of you that follow me on Instagram know. I use Visual Studio Code when working with code. I had some question about some extensions that I could recommend so here's a list of…

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One of the things I thought When I got into my first job as a developer I thought "why won’t everybody who works there like more than 5 years haven’t started their** own company** yet?". Why anybody…

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First and foremost Your pure JavaScript skills are the most important. Even after choosing a framework, because if you want to get a job in the industry now you have to choose one, you should always…

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Part III: Narrowing Focus After choosing to learn React, I decided to go on it as deep as I can, because I learned that the best thing you can do for your career is to become an expert in particular…

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Second part of the series when I talk about how I learned programming by myself. Part II: Practice One of my reasons why I am fascinated about programming is the amount of possibilities. There's…

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How I started learning programming in JavaScript and how my web development preparation led to mobile development. Part I of a few-part series explaining how to learn coding by yourself How to start…


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