65 Things I wish I knew when I started to Code – If you are a new, aspiring developer, these 65 things will prepare you for the long journey ahead. Use them as a shortcut in your own learning path.
How to stop using your GraphQL API as a REST API – It’s so easy to get lost in the flexibility of GraphQL that we can miss out on some of its benefits.
4 reasons why you should use GraphQL over REST APIs – REST has been preferred by many developers to send data over HTTP because they didn’t need to install additional software or libraries when creating an API though GraphQL is ordinarily introduced as a technology to replace the legacy of REST APIs. In this article, I’ll be explaining the benefits, limitations, and differences between these two, which will help you decide what to chose for your next project. So without further ado let’s dive right into it.
Foam – Foam is a personal knowledge management and sharing system inspired by Roam Research, built on Visual Studio Code and GitHub.
How to run VS Code as a container for remote development – Getting up and running with containers is an essential skill to understand as remote work becomes more and more of the norm. Here’s how to run one right from your editor.
How to reduce the memory usage of MySQL – Sometimes it appears that your server’s free memory runs low because MySQL is using more memory than you want it to.
A list of actually useful Nocode tools – These tools are not just another Website/App builder, but actual tools that will help you develop/scale your existing apps/websites which solve production use cases.
10 Awesome Free Courses for Devs by Devs – curated this list of 10 courses for beginners.
IDEA - nonverbal algorithm assembly instructions – IKEA instructions for algorithms and computer science concepts. Including KVICK SÖRT.
40 “Free Forever” Tools for Developers – great “Free forever” tools that help get work done better & easier.
The human side of AI for chess – It’s no secret that artificial intelligence researchers have “beaten” games like chess and go with bots that learn against themselves. Here’s a great write up for a different angle: setting up AI players to match its skill to its human opponent.