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The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week

1. $XXX,XXX 💸

A list of resources to find remote work - from job board recommendations to community threads to email lists.

2. Z5M3MQ

Priyansh previously wrote about an automated assignment reminder service to make university life easier. He references the captcha cracker he built to log into the student portal portion of automating the service. This post dives into the chrome extension that automatically cracks the captcha and fills in the text box.

3. Why do you want to leave?

Developers are often given the advice that they should be constantly seeking higher paying jobs to 'build out their resume', or they should find meaningful work and maybe start their own company. Anna explains why she didn't take either of those paths when given the opportunity.

4. From AJAX to Vue

An overview of JavaScript frameworks from the early 2000s to today.

5. 2nd try

Ayo had tried vim in the past but eventually moved on to visual studio code. This post is about how he went back to learn the vim way of doing things and why it stuck this time.

6. It's cool...I used Regex.

An in-depth explanation of how regexp works --- mathematics, diagrams, and all.

7. Inputs, Outputs, Variable Scopes..

This post breaks down 'what' functions are and the different types that are called.

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!

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Colin Morgan

Happy to see that so many people have found my post useful. Get in touch if you ever have any questions about getting into Remote Software Development. I'm new to dev.to, but so far the community seems amazing!

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Peter Kim Frank

So many great articles last week! 🙌🏽

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