It’s still summer and most people are having breaks for summer vacation. As a web developer, I am no exception. Even though I work remotely but I do some preparations before the departure day.
Nowadays there is a myriad of messengers apps to use. A few of them are good for keeping communication inside the web development team. Then, how to choose the one that’s best suited?
I have been in the web development industry since 2010. I begin as an amateur front-end developer during my time at the university. After that, I got my first full-time job for two years. Then, I started to work remotely and sometimes, freelancing. So, how to survive in the web development industry?
For beginners, the term “web development” and “web design” may be confusing. In short, “web design” is part of the whole “web development” process. For larger web development project, usually, there are some people dedicated to doing the web design.
I start my journey into web development world using Windows and the popular XAMPP at the time. Years ago, as a beginner, I wonder why, why they do web development on Linux? Even my first job as a developer, when I got the laptop from the company, that’s running on Ubuntu 10.04.
I work as a web developer since 2010. So, it’s almost 10 years now. Many technologies and services I had used during my journey as a web developer. Some of them, though they may be not on the top of the list of popular web development tools today, is still working perfectly.
I still use them. The rest, I don’t use it anymore. Here they are.
Caution: I wrote the contents below based on my experience and some opinions can be subjective.
When I just started my career as a web developer, I often get confusing for both of the terms: web development or software development. Sometimes, I consider them the same though there are some differences.
Here are some tips to improve productivity for a web developer based on my own experience. I work as a web developer since 2010 so I know what to do to improve my own productivity on the work.
Sorry if this sounds more like personal growth advice, but they work for me.
People often ask me do you have web development project ideas? Even one of my past clients, after I finished up his first project, ask me the same question. How to answer such a question? How to get such ideas? Where to get them?