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Underrated Articles on Dev.to Last Week

manpreet profile image Manpreet virk Updated on ・2 min read

Hello friends! I'm back with another installment of underrated posts of last week! Let's check them out and see what the community has been up to. Here are my favorite underrated posts from last week.

1. Stay Productive with Laravel

Laravel is a web application framework with an expressive, elegant syntax. Laravel aims to make the development process a pleasing one for the developer without sacrificing application functionality. Khalyomede shares tips to keep the code maintainable and stay productive.

2. Test Mobile Apps Like a Boss

Mobile app testing involves many intricacies and in this series of blogs, Bala Murugan explore this area starting from the basics. Introduction, types, and challenges in mobile app testing are briefly explained in this post.

3. Improve Your Emotional Intelligence and Lead Better

Leaders offer guidance to all members of the team to ensure they are fulfilling their roles. Effective team leaders ensure that team morale remains high and that workers are motivated to perform well. In this article, demiphillips writes about qualities that a better leader should have.

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4. Staying Healthy and Focused as a Dev

Having self-discipline isn’t just about consistently doing something, it’s instead about systematically regulating, correcting, and adapting your behavior to the changing conditions and circumstances of your life. FerhatAvdic addresses how a developer can improve their overall quality of life and dev skills with consistency and a little self-discipline.

5. Brief Introduction to Linked list

Linked List is a sequence of links which contains items. Each link contains a connection to another link. A linked list is the second most-used data structure after the array. In this post, Tri Nguyen writes about its fundamentals, and how they work.

6. Recommended Reading for Junior Developers

Good reading suggestions are always nice to have. Khalil shares a list of books that he suggests every junior developer should read. These books are all highly regarded by professionals in our industry, and some of them stray from the technical details to focus more on giving you practical rules about what it means to be a good developer.

7. Write your Research Papers Stress-free

Writing a research paper is quite a stressful task. But fortunately, modern technology has made it much less so. You can simplify the process by just using the right tools to help you along the way. Alexmack lists 8 digital tools for stress-free research paper writing.


Tell me in the comments about your favorite posts of last week that went underrated! Thanks for reading! ❤️

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