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Top 7 Featured DEV Posts from the Past Week

Every Tuesday 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.

8 Ways to Support Women Developers

@abbeyperini provides 8 thoughtful tips for supporting women developers in your workplace. From combating stereotypes to speaking up against unfair treatment and practices, there's so much we can do to offer support.

How Atomic Git Commits Dramatically Increased My Productivity - and Will Increase Yours Too

@samuelfaure discusses the benefits of writing atomic git commits, which are commits that make a single, simple change that can be described in one sentence. Atomic commits make code easier to revert, produce a clean git history, simplify code review, and improve your workflow by breaking down complex tasks into smaller steps.

5 Real-world Projects for Practicing With NextJS

Mastering Next.js requires practice, and what better way to do that than to work on real-world projects. If you need ideas for things to work on, @devland has you covered in this helpful post.

Boosting Women's Participation in Open Source Projects: A Beginner's Guide to Contributing

Tired of hearing that tech bros rule the industry? Well strap in because @dellamora has great tips for those aspiring tech newbies looking to break in. Anyone can contribute to open source, so building up a solid number of contributions is a great way to prove your experience and growth.

Why is Elm Such a Delightful Programming Language?

The creator of Elm could have called it a pure functional programming language with immutable data structure, but instead, he called it “delightful”. In this article, @marciofrayze explores what makes Elm so dang delightful.

Human-like AI Conversations: Giving a Voice to ChatGPT with Murf

In November of 2022, ChatGPT took the world by storm. Yet it was missing one thing - a voice. In this post, @devgeetech talks about how you can add a voice to your GPT responses using Murf's text-to-speech API.

The Language We Use Matters

Some people say perception is reality and while that might not be the case, it definitely makes a huge impact on our daily lives. Our perception of our target audience, our co-workers, our manager, and other people changes the way we speak about them which can be exclusive to certain groups. Learn more about the way speech shapes our behavior courtesy of @eevajonnapanula.

That's it for our weekly Top 7 for this Tuesday! Keep an eye on this week for daily content and discussions...and be sure to keep an eye on this series in the future. You might just be in it!

Top comments (7)

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Michael Tharrington

Big ups to all the fantastic authors mentioned above: @abbeyperini, @devland, @samuelfaure, @dellamora, @marciofrayze, @devgeetech, and @eevajonnapanula.

Thank y'all so much for sharing these wonderful posts!

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Thank you so much!

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Francielle Dellamora

This was my first article written in English and I am so happy that it appeared in the same list of wonderful articles!

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Pavan Belagatti

Congrats to all the amazing authors:)

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Abbey Perini

Thanks, Michael!

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Chris Greening

Fantastic work as always everyone!!!! 🙌

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Chris Jarvis

Congratulations to all the writers.