Every Monday we round up the previous week's top posts based on traffic, engagement, and a hint of editorial curation. The typical week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday, but don't worry, we take into account posts that are published later in the week. ❤️
1. Three Tips For Making Money With Side Projects
Courtland provides helpful tips for beginners looking to make some cash from a side project or business.
2. Illustrated Intro to CSS Grid 🎨
Mustapha offers a detailed walkthrough of the basics of CSS grid properties — illustrations included.
CSS Grid: illustrated introduction
Mustapha Aouas ・ Sep 12 '19 ・ 12 min read
3. How to Write Good Unit Tests
In this detailed step-by-step tutorial, Elena shows us how to write good unit tests.
Writing Good Unit Tests: A Step By Step Tutorial
Elena for ITNEXT ・ Sep 11 '19 ・ 7 min read
4. Job Searching for Web Devs
Need help with your job search? Nicole's tips apply to beginners looking for a career in web dev, but should be applicable to most everyone else as well!
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5. What NOT to Do in React
Alex lists out some of the most common React mistakes and what to do in each situation.
The most common mistakes when using React
Alex K. ・ Sep 11 '19 ・ 5 min read
6. Setting the Bar Too High
Yaser shares their recent experience of applying for a new job which had particularly unrealistic expectations of its applicants.
Are You a Mediocre Developer? ME TOO
Yaser Al-Najjar ・ Sep 11 '19 ・ 2 min read
7. The Different Methods of Pair Programming
Ever wonder about the different approaches to pair programming? Bob walks us through these patterns to reveal different perks for each and good all-around tips for pairing.
Pair Programming Patterns
bob.ts for Leading EDJE ・ Sep 9 '19 ・ 3 min read
That's it for our weekly wrap up! Keep an eye on dev.to this week for daily content and discussions...and if you miss anything, we'll be sure to recap it next Monday!
Top comments (2)
Good job guys ! Hope to be on the list too next week ! xD
Awesome list. One more addition 😉
JSitor, an alternative of CodePen, JSBin and JSFiddle
Ashvin Kumar Suthar ・ Sep 12 ・ 3 min read