Hi, welcome to the 5th episode of accumulated tweets that can help you push through the hustle.
You may also want to check out the last episode to see what you can gather from there.
Let's me show you what I got for you.
SistaGlowriaTheDeveloper12 rules to learn to code
Gems from @yu_angela book, 12 rules to learn to code.
1. Trick your brain with the 20min rule..The way you use the first 20mins sets you up to code or not. Once your Brain is deceived, you can extend the time more from 20mins to longer.21:22 PM - 28 Aug 2020
Ebenezer DonAnother one is the crazy workspace setups that people post.
You see it and start shouting "God when?"
That someone has 3 monitors does not mean they can code.
Don't allow social media devs to put unnecessary pressure on you.07:44 AM - 22 Aug 2020
Njoku Samson Ebere@eberetwitI got some opportunities sometimes ago and missed out cos I wasn’t prepared. Many persons can relate. 😒🤦🏻♂️😭
The more you build your skills, the better positioned you are to grab opportunities that come you way 🥰🔥🤗 twitter.com/folanski/statu…17:30 PM - 23 Aug 2020Fola Aina @folanski“I will prepare and someday my chance will come." — Abraham Lincoln.
Marko ⚡ DenicAnimation Libraries:
⧩ GreenSock (GSAP)
⧩ Hover CSS
⧩ Magic Animations
⧩ Wicked CSS
Which one do you use?12:07 PM - 19 Aug 2020
Njoku Samson Ebere@eberetwitMost accurate regex pattern for email add
Don't ask me anything you don't know about this. Let's be guided🙄12:22 PM - 17 Aug 2020
Abimbola O'larry Turner@clan_cluelessMany of your peers that seem to be doing better than you, have privilege to ride on. That contract, that gig that put them ahead of you was from a relative. Don’t beat yourself down or compare yourself. You just need someone who’s willing to take a chance on you too.15:55 PM - 14 Aug 2020
Angie Jones#CodeNewbies I apologize on behalf of my short-sighted peers who rain on your parade by mocking your programming language of choice
Keep going. Once you learn how to code, it's easier to pick up new languages later
All of this compiles down to 0s and 1s anyway!
#100DaysOfCode16:22 PM - 13 Aug 2020
Name cannot be blankFor the record: When learning how to code through a tutorial, you’ll see a lot of simple steps and you’ll feel they’re too simple to practice so you’ll want to skip it. The problem is, 3 simple steps makes up 1 complicated one.
If you can, don’t skip simple steps!!!21:11 PM - 14 Aug 2020
Agboola Peter@baba_omoloroSecurity Tips:
1. Never go to bed without airtime on your phone.
2. It's not advisable to put your phone on "silence", "turn off" or on "airplane mode" before you go to bed in the night.
3. Always keep your outside light on and the light inside off at home when sleeping.19:36 PM - 13 Aug 2020
Katie Hockman@katie_hockmanI don't code for fun.
I want other engineers to know that you're not alone if you don't either!
Does that mean I dislike coding at work? No, I love it!
Does that make me a worse engineer? I don't think so.
Everyone is different, and that's something to celebrate.19:16 PM - 09 Aug 2020
Before you give a price for any project, make sure you understand the project, what you will be doing, and what is expected of you.
Don't rush to name a price.
Research first! Ask your client questions!! Then name your price!!!
RT and tell me what works for you.11:44 AM - 12 Aug 2020
- React js
- Vue js
- Express js
- Nest js
I really like JS because I can use it on frontend & backend.05:15 AM - 12 Aug 2020
❤️ Today I discovered another 3 fantastic websites to learn coding for free.
( /programiz.com )
2. Study tonight
( /studytonight.com )
( /javatpoint.com )
Knowledge has a beginning, but no end!14:55 PM - 10 Aug 2020
Completing a course or having a certificate doesn't matter. How practical you're with all your learnings is the shit that matters.05:00 AM - 10 Aug 2020
Jess WallaceIf at first you don't succeed, just call it version 1.010:01 AM - 09 Aug 2020
Jack DomleoNot bothered creating your portfolio site because you don't have any projects to showcase? 🤔
Create your portfolio site, that's your first project to showcase! 💪09:28 AM - 09 Aug 2020
Joseph HughesKnowing what to search for when having a code issue is a skill gained with experience. Don't search frantically, explore the issue and find what describes it best to refine the search.04:28 AM - 08 Aug 2020
Mark EssienAny organization that promotes based on years of experience, instead of competence will end up broken and dysfunctional.07:25 AM - 07 Aug 2020
Remember that u don't have to wait till u master JS to:
1. Apply for job.
2. Develop a website.
Understanding JS takes time.
It's combination of:
#100DaysOfCode08:13 AM - 07 Aug 2020
Joseph HughesA lot of people only show their successes and not failures. Don’t compare yourself to only part of the picture. twitter.com/TheJackForge/s…11:04 AM - 07 Aug 2020Jack Forge @TheJackForgeSometimes I get imposter syndrome just from posting on Dev Twitter with all of you beautiful intelligent people.
Some are GREAT for starting to understand a topic.
The mistake is to think that by looking at them, the solution for problems will arrive magically
They are a good start, but only by facing the problems yourself you will grow for real09:01 AM - 06 Aug 2020
Dan Spratling 🚀 Freelance developer@dan_spratlingI don't remember the last time I created my own algorithm
I'm a frontend developer
And every interview I've had I've been tested on my algorithm skills.
Apparently that's how you judge skill.
Why not test things we'll actually use on the job?
Crazy idea, I know 🤔11:46 AM - 01 Aug 2020
There are may things we can learn from each other and Twitter has made that possible. I hope you learnt something new or got reminded of something useful.
This is the end of this episode of encouraging and boosting tweets.