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No-code tools, freelancing 101, CSS roadmap, and more
My 10 favorite Tech Twitter tweets from this week:
Using no-code tools can save you a lot of time
Justin Welsh@justinsaas11/ Notion
@NotionHQ is basically the master hub for my whole life. In Notion I:
- Host my roadmap
- Manage my to-do list
- Write all of my content
- Store my process docs
- And much more...
And I'm still learning how to use it most effectively.16:55 PM - 09 Nov 2021
The only web dev roadmap you'll ever need
⚡️ Favor ⚡️To successfully learn web development, you must divide and conquer web dev topics
→ Part 1: HTML & CSS
→ Part 3: Tailwind
→ Part 4: React
→ Part 5: GitHub
→ Part 6: Node JS
→ Part 7: Express
→ Part 8: MongoDB
→ Part 9: Heroku11:13 AM - 09 Nov 2021
Kyle PrinslooGet 5 clients paying you $1,000 /month.
Or 2 clients paying you $2,500 /month.
Offer website design + marketing services.
Just 5 monthly clients.
Then grow from there.
It's not easy, but it's definitely possible and achievable within 12 months 👍11:38 AM - 10 Nov 2021
The daily inspiration dose
Csaba Kissi ⚡@csaba_kissiI was 33 years old. Left my job.
Since then I did 200+ side projects and earned multi 7 figures 💰EUR on the internet.
All of this with:
❌ CS degree
✅ Self-taught in Programming
✅ Self-taught in English
Nothing is impossible! 👍🤝07:15 AM - 10 Nov 2021
The VScode extension that can save you a ton of time
Learn CSS from here
Everyone is figuring it out on the go
Never stop practicing
Raza Rython@razacodesGood programming skills come from deliberate practise.
Whether that is at work or from side projects.
Practise is important.
Now go and code some Python
#Rython07:55 AM - 09 Nov 2021
It's always a love and hate relationship
Vitto Rivabella 🥑The language I love the most:
The language I hate the most: