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Joshua Kraus speaks with two developers about learning to code, and starting to work in the field, after the age of 40.
When things are bad, working as a web developer can be hell. Andrew McDermott explains why sometimes the best thing you can do is to make things worse.
Andrew McDermott looks at six things developers should do -- even when everyone around you says it's a mistake.
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Mauricio Prinzlau advises designers on overcoming an old problem: how do you establish yourself when you have no referrals or track record in the field?
Laurence Bradford explains how to become a web developer, identifying seven important steps along the way to landing your dream development job.
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