This is mine blog and here I am collecting the most useful stories for enthusiastic people like me. Many people told me that I have got an interesting life and business story and that I must share it with others. So I decided to listen to them.
Here you will learn about how to learn, how to approach customers, how to develop applications on the best way using best practices and much more.
Being a web developer today requires a lot of skills to start and became a good one. Luckily there are quite a lot jobs for beginners so you don’t have to be afraid that you won’t find a job before you became super pro senior programmer with decades of experience.
Here if you are following me and what I am writing it it obviously that I am fan of Atom text editor. Actually, I was.
I’ve gone through a lot of coding tools over the years, from Dreamweaver to Coda and Sublime I think I’ve tried just about all of them. About two years ago I got tired of switching all the time and thought I found my ultimate solution in Atom. It was fast, free, easily customizable through plugins, build on Node.js, published by GitHub and seemed to do everything I needed it to do. Sounds like a dream, right?
I should preface this list with a note that these are simply recommendations based on my experience across hundredths of websites I have worked on. Results are going to vary from site to site. The best thing you can do is test each change, track the results and then make a decision if it should be a permanent one or not.
Without further ado, here are my Top 11 Ways to Improve a Website:
One of the easiest, and most basic, SEO steps is seemingly also one of the most overlooked and forgotten as well. We are referring to title tag optimization and in this post we are going to keep things short, simple and to the point to help you clean up your website’s most fundamental SEO element – its title tags.
When you want to move your website to another platform / content management system, it is crucial that you go through the necessary checks and balances to ensure that your website does not lose any previously established value.
The following checklist was initially put together for my own purposes, but I figured that this information was useful to many other people as well – especially any website owner that plans to move their current website somewhere else.
So, you want to be a web developer. The one problem? … You have no experience working in the tech industry (usually no at all). You’ve taken courses and spent hours on personal coding projects, but the Experience section of your resume is still glaringly irrelevant. Transitioning into a new field is never simple. You wonder if you’re ready. You wonder if anyone will take you seriously. You wonder if you can get work.