I’m a day late to send this! I’ve been incredibly busy this week and wasn’t able to take a single moment to write anything. 🙃 Now that I’m free for the moment I’m quickly catching up to everything!
Now that you’re reading, I’d also like you to take some time at the art side of my internet presence. Together with 24 other illustrators and 2 musicians I’ve launched a medley and a fanzine to commerate the 10th anniversary of a particular franchise. All proceeds will go to SPC Osaka, a non-profit organisation for mental health and Japan’s #1 suicide hotline.
I know my fellow devs wouldn’t necessarily care about the subject itself, but if you’re feeling generous, I’d be incredibly delighted if you could purchase the fanzine. Consider it a donation!
You can buy it here: https://gum.co/neruke10th
Oof… now back to being a dev! Let’s go!
If you’re planning to get started with making native mobile apps, it’s a great idea to pass by this book! And even if you don’t, it’s still a must-read to understand the struggles mobile developers go through! 😄
It’s written by the same guy who’s written The Tech Resume Inside Out. You know you’re going to be in good hands if you’ve read that one.
And lastly, the digital version is free until 31st May. What else can I say?
The front-end has become such a blurred subject that it made job hunting exceedingly slower. Now you have to carefully read every job description just to determine what kind of “front-end webdeveloper” they’re talking about.
I’ve even seen job descriptions that use front-end and fullstack interchangeably. Yes. Not even sure if that’s intentional or they’re a little confused themselves. 😶
Here are the questions:
Feel free to answer the questions by leaving a comment on my dev.to post or simply by replying to this email!
That’s it for this week! Hope you enjoyed this newsletter. If there’s any feedback you have for me, feel free to send me an email!
Stay funky and don’t stop coding!
Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated or sponsored by any of the services and products that have been mentioned.