As a developer, it's important to learn continuously. We discuss seven good learning habits that every developer should master.
Learn how to learn anything using the Ultralearning method, and set yourself up for success with our Ultralearning Template for Notion.
Did you know you can create a stunning GitHub profile README page? Learn how to add images, social and blog links, GitHub stats, and more.
Need an online portfolio to showcase your engineering skills? Learn why it's important to have one, and how to plan, build, design & host it.
Getting a job promotion isn't as straightforward as you might think. Learn the secrets to getting that critical edge to ensure your career advancement.
Dan Fries offers tips on how to convince your boss to let you continue working productively and securely from home in a post-COVID-19 world.
Learning to code after hours? Learn three key strategies to help you leave your day job behind and make the career transition to full-time developer.
Adrian Sandu explains what a personal brand is and how building one can help boost your career. Stake your claim online and level up your brand.
Joshua Kraus explores how to conduct a remote job search, impress remote employers, nail interviews, and land a remote job that best fits your needs.
Daniel Schwarz explores the downsides of remote work and offers tips for aligning your mind and body to make remote working work for you.
Top 1% candidates are uncommon. Not because they're so special, but because of their decision-making process. Learn how they make decisions differently.
Is it a bad idea to quit a job you hate right now? How do you know? It's not something we're taught in school. Andrew McDermott provides some perspective.
Are more younger women entering the tech industry? Or have women always been involved but tend to leave the industry as they get older?
At some point, if it hasn't happened already, your coworkers or your boss will ask you to do something foolish.
John Fairhurst introduces Steve McLeod, founder and chairman of Fire and Safety Australia, Australia’s leading safety training company, exploring his secrets on how he grew his business from the ground up.
In this interview, Joe Woodham discusses recruiting for a tech start-up, finding your niche, and starting your own business.
Here are ten ways that networking can help you learn, collaborate and grow, and how Shapr, a mobile app, can help you facilitate that.
Web and interface designers are becoming a dime a dozen, Tobi explains what great designers do to stand out from the crowd.
99designs is a marketplace for finding the best design talent, but did you know that you can curate your own on-call team of super-designers? Here's how.
Wondering why you got passed over for a raise after doing a stand-out job? Andrew McDermott explains six mistakes developers make in their careers.
Valeriia Timokhina spills the beans on the best design and UX conferences to attend in 2017. Stay up to date with the latest advancements in your industry.
You've decided it's time to leave a job that isn't paying enough, or is making you miserable. Daniel Schwarz shows you how to leave without burning bridges.
Andrew McDermott explains a system that helps developers overcome impostor syndrome and developer's block.
Some career red flags are obvious, but the most common ones hide in our blind spots. Andrew McDermott shows you how to detect them.
Indeed Prime helps developers, product managers, data scientists, designers, and sales professionals simplify their job searches and land their dream jobs.
It may sound excessive, but if you're a developer with a plan and determination, you can double your salary. Andrew McDermott explains his strategy.
Being the best developer - or the best at anything - can cost you everything, if you let it. Andrew McDermott explains why, and how to avoid that fate.
Ellie Martin presents some of the highest-paying work opportunities for those looking to work remotely in the tech industry.
Think you'll avoid those silly mistakes that get others fired? Think again. Andrew McDermott explains the 8 mistakes that really get developers fired.
Joshua Kraus speaks with two developers about learning to code, and starting to work in the field, after the age of 40.