[BAWD #44] Networking Tips for Developers

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I trust you had a blissful week? Btw, here’s a friendly reminder that achieving your future goals is determined by how you handle your “today.”

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Featured Articles ✍️🏾

  1. The Painfully Shy Developer's Guide to Networking for a Better Job by Sam Julien.

  2. iOS Performance Tricks To Make Your App Feel More Performant by Axel Kee.

  3. A deep dive into linting in Node.js by Alexander Nnakwue.

  4. How to Setup RStudio for Data Visualization by Bolaji Ayodeji.

  5. Are Imposter Domains Re-Publishing Your Website? by Ken Harker.

  6. Building an authentication server with Go by Chinedu Imoh.

  7. Build Your First Deno App with Authentication by Lee Brandt.

  8. Web Design Done Well: Excellent Editorial by Frederick O’Brien.

  9. The must-have modules for a Nuxt site (p.2) by Maya Shavin.

  10. Overcome Kubernetes Application Integration Testing Challenges with Telepresence by Edidiong Asikpo.


Product of the Week ✨

Playform allows you to harness the power of artificial intelligence to expand your imagination and creativity without learning how to code.

Do check it out here and upvote on Producthunt.


Good Tidings 🔊

  1. Are you interested in being part of a community of hardware designers and software developers learning and experimenting with Embedded Systems, System-on-Chip (SoC), MDKs, Internet-of-Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and much more? Then, kindly fill out this form.

  2. You should check out the GitHub Student Developer Pack, which gives students free access to the best developer tools in one place so they can learn by doing.

  3. Here’s a handy and comprehensive repository containing JavaScript-based examples of many popular algorithms and data structures.

  4. African App Launchpad (AAL) aims to build 10,000 young talents and support the foundation of 100 gaming and app development startups across Africa. You can learn more and participate here.

  5. Career laddering is a system used to show expectations at different levels of a role (which will eventually define the basis of promotions). Check out this open-source sample career ladders.

  6. Here’s a collection of courses and learning resources to improve your technical writing and documentation skills.

  7. For people who love code, you should check out this curated treasure trove of books around software craftsmanship and programming.

  8. I’ve been off Twitter for some weeks now. If you’ve been trying or need to reach me, don't hesitate to get in touch with me via LinkedIn or send an email.


Dev Term of the day 💾

Asynchronous programming: This refers to events occurring independently and simultaneously without interfering with the main application. Learn more here (text) or here (video).


Book Recommendations

  1. Prayer - Asking & Receiving by John R. Rice.

  2. Getting Things Done by David Allen.

  3. Zero to One by By Peter Thiel and Blake Masters.

  4. Writing for Software Developers by Philip Kiely.


Featured Tweets 😍

Sadly, I’ve been off Twitter, so I don’t have tweets to share. However, I’ll share some of my favorite videos from YouTube this week. Trust me; you might like them :)


Quote of the day 💙

“Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year” —Ralph Waldo Emerson


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