Great article here: https://stackoverflow.blog/2019/08/07/what-every-developer-should-learn-early-on/
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Chris Coyier with a great post that sums up some easy front-end performance enhancements http://mediatemple.net/blog/tips/low-hanging-fruit-web-performance/
This article is on-point: https://alistapart.com/article/design-with-difficult-data If our designs are so simple, then as soon as the developer starts coding the design, they already deviate from the photoshop mockup. And that’s dangerous because developers are not designers (and this developer is color-blind!).
Good article about working remote: https://dev.to/peteranglea/6-months-of-working-remotely-taught-me-a-thing-orten
Here is a great tutorial series on setting up push notifications: Implementing Push Notifications: Setting Up & Firebase
I really enjoy the point http://bettermotherfuckingwebsite.com is making. The more tools, plugins, libraries and other shit we introduce into building a website, the harder we make it on ourselves.
I attended the Syntax Conference 2017 in Charleston, SC earlier this month. The event was fantastic, well designed and planned. The sessions were very informative and topical. The city of Charleston is a great town, full of history. Take a glance at the conference here And think about attending next year
Frontend developing is becoming more and more complicated. Thanks to Chris Coyier, he lays out the future in a very realistic way: What is the Future of Front End Web Development?
It’s in, the 2017 Developer Survey from StackOverflow! Packed with goodness, read it and enjoy: https://stackoverflow.com/insights/survey/2017/
If you love optimizing like I do, read this list: Front-End Performance Checklist 2017 (PDF, Apple Pages)