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Great developers are motivated to learn new things, but finding inspiration of what to learn can be more work than the learning itself. You can end up spending hours scouring Egghead, Medium, FreeCodeCamp, Udacity, Udemy, Hackernoon, Dev.to, YouTube, dailyjs, css-tricks, echojs, SmashingMag, Coursera, HackerNews, nettuts...ok, you get the idea. Figuring out what to learn as a dev has become like figuring out what to watch on Netflix -- too many o

Have you heard of the "new kid" in Back-End town? Well, he has been around for a while now, coming up on 8 years, but many people paid him no attention, as they were busy with their own PHP, Python, Java, etc. But now, he is shining brighter than ever. He blossomed into a jack-of-all-trades, and a definite master of more-than-just-one; and his name is Node.js. About Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform JavaScript runtime environmen

There are about 1 million results on Google for "React Tutorial", so needless to say it can be hard to find the right tutorial to spend your time with. And while I can't say these are the best tutorials ever written, they are definitely the ones that we used (or ended up writing ourselves) to become great React developers. SurviveJS: Become a React Master The SurviveJS guide to React is a great way to get up and running with React, help

Elm is quickly becoming the alternative to writing code in JavaScript, which has, naturally, grabbed the attention of many React developers. Its benefits include: No runtime errors (!) Easy Refactoring Awesome debugging tools A helpful type system ...and more you can read about from Elm I think one of our developers puts it perfectly: Noah Muth: Elm is a great way to learn about the benefits of static types because the compiler actually reports h

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