Every new week we round up some of the last week's top posts, comments, and tweets. If you have any feedback, please leave a comment._ ❤️
According to Peter Angela, it's a mixed bag. He started working remote six months ago, and now he shares his tips for those lured by the glamour.
We had our first duo AMA on dev.to where we had the opportunity to ask anything to the folks behind Binomial. They both work on Basis, a texture compression product that's about to become industry standard. We learned lots of things from how they deal with anxiety to how they decided texture compression could be a viable business.
Our author, Lorenzo, has over twenty years of software engineering experiences. These are the eleven books that he recommends.
In this article, Eric Normand shares his take on procedural programming, object oriented programming, and functional programming. He describes their features, methodologies, and paradoxes.
We all agree that deep down, software development is a lot of fun. Here's an analysis of how all our fun gets ruined.
While targeted for beginners, this is a guide for all developers looking to write 'good code.'
Here's a list of five things to strive for, if you want to be an awesome programmer.
That's it for our weekly wrapup! 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!