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My Top Youtube Channels to Learn Web Development and Programming

  • Sorry Guys, I didn't post an article for a month and a half because I didn't have the time because I quit my job and there are requirements that I have to do before leaving the company.
  • Sometimes learning Programming is hard, understanding the concepts and memorizing the syntax, so we need help from other people or sources that can solve our problem.
  • So these are my best Youtube Channels to Learn Web Development and Programming.
  • Shaun is one of the best guys to explain Core Concepts and Fundamentals of a certain technology.
  • He has tutorials for JavaScript, React and Redux, Vuejs, Git and Github and many more.
  • Brad teaches new Programming Languages and New technologies or frameworks and also he shares his experiences in his life and work and being a Software Developer.
  • He has tutorials for NextJS, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Laravel, NodeJS and many more.

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How One Article Shaped My Career

  • And this idea of "learn JavaScript, not jQuery" has been something that I've tried to instill into all of the developers we employ at my place of work.
  • jQuery, but also this idea of "when should I reach for React?" or "Do I really need to import that NPM package when with a little more work I could do it myself and understand what's going on better to improve our development processes as a whole?" etc...
  • The tooling and the ecosystems provided to developers today can make our jobs so much easier, but I invite you the next time you reach for a framework you ask yourself "why am I doing this" instead of just doing what is the most comfortable and beginning to think in this way of "what will also improve my skills as a developer on every single project I work on?".

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Zoho launches Catalyst, a new developer platform with a focus on microservices

  • And today, it’s launching Catalyst, a cloud-based developer platform with a focus on microservices that it hopes can challenge those of many of its larger competitors.
  • The company already offered a low-code tool for building business apps.
  • What Catalyst does do is give advanced developers a platform to build, run and manage event-driven microservice-based applications that can, among other things, also tap into many of the tools that Zoho built for running its own applications, like a grammar checker for Zoho Writer, document previews for Zoho Drive or access to its Zia AI tools for OCR, sentiment analysis and predictions.
  • The platform gives developers tools to orchestrate the various microservices, which obviously means it’ll make it easy to scale applications as needed, too.
  • It also offers developers the ability to access data from Zoho’s own applications, as well as third-party tools, all backed by Zoho’s Unified Data Model, a relational datastore for server-side and client deployment.

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Publish Spanish Skills in the US and Make Money with In-Skill Purchasing (ISP) and Alexa Developer Rewards

  • In April, we announced that developers could start building skills for Spanish-speaking customers in the US using the Alexa Skills Kit (ASK) with the new Spanish for US voice model.
  • Make Money with Spanish Skills in the US by Adding In-Skill Purchasing (ISP) Starting today, developers can start building premium skill experiences with localized content that is relevant for Spanish-speaking customers in the US.
  • You will be able to monetize your Spanish skills using tools that currently exist: the Alexa Skills Kit Command-Line Interface (ASK CLI) or the Alexa Developer Console.
  • The eight eligible skill categories are: Education & Reference Food & Drink Games, Trivia & Accessories Kids Health & Fitness Lifestyle Music & Audio Productivity How to Build Alexa Skills for Spanish Speaking Customers It’s easy to start building voice experiences for Alexa in the new Spanish (US) language model.

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My Top Youtube Channels to Learn Web Development and Programming

  • Sorry Guys, I didn't post an article for a month and a half because I didn't have the time because I quit my job and there are requirements that I have to do before leaving the company.
  • Sometimes learning Programming is hard, understanding the concepts and memorizing the syntax, so we need help from other people or sources that can solve our problem.
  • So these are my best Youtube Channels to Learn Web Development and Programming.
  • Shaun is one of the best guys to explain Core Concepts and Fundamentals of a certain technology.
  • He has tutorials for JavaScript, React and Redux, Vuejs, Git and Github and many more.
  • Brad teaches new Programming Languages and New technologies or frameworks and also he shares his experiences in his life and work and being a Software Developer.
  • He has tutorials for NextJS, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Laravel, NodeJS and many more.

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Useful sites and apps I've come across while studying web frontend development and web server configuration

  • Their web UI is more than enough to get a basic site hosted and they offer some really nice tooling around configuring Continuous Integration among some other great scaling options, and there is a free tier.
  • In fact, coming at setting up a web server with almost no knowledge of how to do it led me to using Digital Ocean for several sites I've done so far specifically because I wanted to learn more about how this is done.
  • I found this tool useful after a first pass on a site as it helps identify issues that I found fixes easy to learn and implement.
  • In my brief time learning about how to configure web servers Nginx has been fairly straightforward to use.
  • That's my set of sites and tools I've come across so far while learning web development.

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Alexa Voice Service Expands to Brazilian Portuguese, with Devices from Intelbras, Bose, Sony, and LG

  • Alexa Built-In Products Expanding to Brazil We’re thrilled about the device makers that have announced plans to bring Portuguese to their products in Brazil, including: Intelbras: Intelbras is launching Alexa into its Izy Speak!
  • Device makers can now access the new Brazilian Portuguese language models using AVS APIs, adding support for another language to their Alexa Built-in products.
  • With forthcoming software updates, customers will also be able to use Amazon Alexa on its newest 2019 TVs. LG: LG Electronics is adding Alexa support to over 30 LG TVs, including its OLED and NanoCell models.

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Welcome Thread - v45

  • I'm a FE Developer living in Montevideo, I also love art and music.
  • DEV helps to fulfill that: a young community, a tech focused group, and nobody knows me so I can post my small tech-related thoughts freely.
  • Hiya nice people here, sweet greetings from Algeria, I'm a system engineer trying to code, mainly Angular apps with some GCP services, and here to share with you my experiments and tricks :D Also music, birds breeding, fishing, and sports ...
  • Full-stack developer based in Dallas, trying to learn the Angular ropes and .NET idiosyncrasies (needed spell check for that one).
  • I got into coding a year back - starting off with HTML & CSS, I'm nowhere near a "Developer" but I certainly like learning & I've been having a bunch of fun with my open-source contributions!

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Girls Who Code Gets $25K Boost, Cloud Access from IBM

  • Just before the opening keynotes at this year's All Things Open conference, IBM announced that it has created the Open Source Community Grant, and that the first recipient is Girls Who Code, a national non-profit purposed with opening doors for girls to excel in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields.
  • In August, IBM debuted Cloud Paks, containerized software optimized to run on Red Hat's implementation of the open source container application platform OpenShift, and meant to help enterprises move to the cloud.
  • Another finalist was the Python Software Foundation's PyLadies, an international mentorship group helping women become active in the Python open-source community through outreach and education.
  • While the initial IBM grant recipient was chosen by an in-house team of IBM open-source experts, in the future, the IBM Open Source Developer community can nominate deserving nonprofit organizations for the award.

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Instagram will give you more control over your third-party apps...in about six months

  • Instagram is slowly rolling out a new feature that will help better protect your personal data from being accessed by your long discarded, third-party applications — that is, any app you had once authorized to access your Instagram profile over the years.
  • While Instagram isn’t clear in its public announcement about its reasoning for such a slow rollout, it’s tied to API changes for developers.
  • As the company explains in a developer announcement, the new API will enable “appropriate consumer use-cases, while protecting user privacy and safety” — including giving users the ability to decide what information they share with apps, then revoke access through the Instagram mobile app.
  • It would have made sense for Instagram to communicate to users that the gradual rollout is because it’s giving developers time to get their apps ready for these changes.

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