Reading maketh a full man; conference a ready man; and writing an exact man.
— Francis Bacon
We all know developers read and write code and anything associated with it like documentations, design patterns, style guides e.t.c but sometimes it's good to step away from reading anything code related so that when you come back to coding you might have a different perspective.
The articles that we'll talk about is all about making you a better developer, and not a single article mentioned therein contains a single line of code.
All the articles are my personal recommendations and most of them are long reads meaning it will take you some time to read any single one of them, so I'll advise that you add them to your browser bookmark then you can read them later.
In no particular order, let's begin.
In this post, Sarah talked about how to learn, knowing what you don't know and some possible strategies on how to learn.
If you are going to skip any article in this post, please don't skip this one.
The title of the post says it all. Even though the post is suitable for programmers of all levels, I'll recommend it to a new programmer and if you know anyone who is new to programming, kindly refer them to this post.
You might miss the notification in the post, but it contains lots of links
Programming is mostly about problem-solving but if you have ever felt like hitting or smashing your computer I'll recommend that you take a step back, get some fresh air, read this article, then go back to your computer.
Do you want to learn something new and you don't know how to go about it? This post will get you started.
Every expert was once an amateur. If you consider yourself a novice or newbie there is nothing stopping you from being an expert. You have to believe you can and you are halfway there.
Edit (05th May 2020): Add series name.