[BAWD #56] Haze Monkey Society and NFTs
Hello there 👋🏾,
I trust your week is off to a good start? Btw, here’s a friendly reminder that success doesn’t happen by chance. Those you admire didn’t get there by mistake or luck. Every successful individual gets to where they are by doing “something(s),” and it’s high time you start looking into “those things” they did and learn/plan your way. It would help if you worked structurally hard, and that’s just the hard truth 😉.
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Featured Articles ✍️🏾
How to Deploy Serverless Nodejs/Express app to Azure Container Apps from GitHub by Obinna Odirionye.
Why now is a great time to consider a career in open source hardware by Joshua Pearce.
How To Effectively Debug CSS by Nelson Michael.
The mysterious history of the MIT License by Gordon Haff.
Career Opportunities in the Metaverse by Adora Nwodo.
8 Things You Need To Know About Applicant Tracking Systems by Jon Shields.
Why do Webdevs keep trying to kill REST? by Shawn Wang.
How to Setup RStudio for Data Visualization by Bolaji Ayodeji.
Demystifying Impostor Syndrome by Ore Ogundipe.
Product of the Week ✨
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Good Tidings 🔊
With the rise of the metaverse and NFTs, Haze Monkey Soceity is on the path to decentralizing the anime production process, planting 420K trees, and removing 42.0K pounds of dirt from the sea. You should join their Discord to be a part of the new and growing community or follow them on Twitter.
From now through January 13th, 2022, the MongoDB Atlas Hackathon offers you the chance to use your ingenuity and creativity to build an application using MongoDB's library of tools like Atlas Search.
You should check out this quick reference card and interactive tutorial for learning Markdown.
Measuring the performance of software engineering teams has long been seen as a complicated task. However, you should check out these four engineering metrics that will streamline your software delivery.
Here’s a handy collection of Laws, Theories, Principles, and Patterns that developers will find helpful.
There’s so much more to open source than what fits into a license. How about a social model for open source?
Here’s a list of recommended books for developers. As Jeff Atwood says, “To make better software, you need to understand how people work, and that is what the books I recommend tend to focus on.”
Here’s a curated list of project-based programming tutorials you can use to learn how to build applications from scratch.
You’ve been benefiting from the use of open-source projects all year. Now is the time to say thanks to the maintainers of those projects by sending gifts of contributions 🎄.
Dev Term of the day 💾
The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Wealthy by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko.
All of Grace by Charles Haddon Spurgeon.
About Face: The Essentials of Interaction Design by Alan Cooper.
Atomic Habits by James Clear.
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 :)
⬇️: T2022 is gonna be wild for developers...
⬇️: How I Got Good at Algorithms and Data Structures
⬇️: How to beat applicant tracking systems in 2021 (10 Ways)
⬇️: Magnus Carlsen Checkmates Grandmaster While He Has 0.03 Seconds on the Clock
⬇️: Jon Bellion - The Making Of Guillotine (Behind The Scenes)
Quote of the day 💙
“Success usually comes to those who are too busy looking for it.”–Henry David Thoreau
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