Nov 17, 2018
Creating a website is no longer a simple and perhaps fun
Or at least it isn't as fun or easy as it used to be.
A developer has to invest time and effort in the environment and tooling that is used, instead of concentrating on the code and the creation process.
A frontend developer needs to learn command line skills in order
to install frontend dependencies.
Not all frontend developers want to learn backend tools.
Creative and open spaces that breed developers and designers are
now lost to history.
Online creativity is now boxed into tightly defined social containers such as Facebook or Twitter. These have replaced the MySpace's of the world.
The default building requirements of a website has grown tremendously in the last few years.
Want a HTML form? - You need HTTPS
Want a to rank in Google? - You need mobile first
Want to be legal? - You need to be GDPR compliant
The deployment of a website used to be as simple as dragging files from one folder and placing them into another folder
A tribal like attitude is often observed when dealing with CSS
You are either a developer who writes code in X or Y.
I'm going to be talking about all of these points and more in today's live stream
You can watch this stream and previous streams from http://howtocodewell.net/live/
Discounts mentioned in todays live stream
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== My Programming Courses ==
Professional programming courses for web developers
Docker in Motion
== Recommended Programming Books ==
Manning Publications books
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