Why learn to code? Find out how coding can help you and your career, and learn what you need to know to decide if it's a fit for you.
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.
Discover how to learn quickly, master any skill, and supercharge your personal growth with these ten simple, proven learning techniques.
Having a great development mentor can boost your progress, from helping you learn to code to getting a job. Find out how to find one.
Nikki Stefanoff interviews Andrew Hardwick, the Managing Director of Hard Edge — a creative agency focusing on innovative brand communications — to get his thoughts on how entrepreneurs can continue to learn and grow while still staying focused on their business.
Kayla Matthews suggests ways to keep in touch with programming and advance your skills even when you're not employed.
Let's take a look at Mimo - an app aiming to teach programming "on the go". How much PHP can it teach us? Is it the Duolingo of programming?
John Sonmez offers tips on how to stay relevant, master in-demand technologies and boost your productivity with more efficient learning.
Discussing recycled conference talks and developers who stop learning after 5pm (when they come home from work). Are you one of them? Can they ever be good?
In the first editorial of 2017, James Hibbard outlines one of his learning goals for the coming year and wants to know - what are yours?
Learning to code is hugely valuable, but not everyone learns best from books or videos. If that's you, here's a look at another option: a coding bootcamp
David Turnbull explains five ways to help you learn to code without going to college.
Read about the social aspects of teamwork and how to handle various situations you can encounter.
What can you do to become a PHP professional faster? This article provides some helpful hints on leaving those beginner waters behind