As you learn the fundamentals of web development and look to enhance your knowledge, it’s important to scour the internet to see what other people are doing and saying. While it’s great to stay up-to-date on trends through magazines and books, web development blogs provide you with an abundance of fresh, free content. Blogs have become increasingly more popular over the years and even though sports and fashion blogs led the charge at first, it’s now very likely that every topic out there has at least one blog dedicated to it.
Web development blogs can be extremely helpful when looking to expand your knowledge in a particular web development niche. However, when searching it’s easy to get overwhelmed with the amount of content that is out there. How do you distinguish between good content and bad content? Because of this difficulty, we decided to compile some of our favorite blogs and urge you to take a look:
While Simple Programmer was originally created by founder John Sonmez to distill what he learned as a web developer into understandable content, today it is focused on helping software developers, programmers and other IT professionals improve their careers and their lives. This blog gets into the nitty-gritty of being a web developer and if you’ve wondered about something web development related, there’s a good chance they’ve written about it. Simple Programmer puts a fun spin on videos, keeping you engaged with humor while providing valuable content. They’re constantly posting new articles – almost daily – so you’ll never be bored.
Just like the blog title says – if you’re a code newbie looking for insight on all things web development, you’re in the right place. This site acts as a virtual community for anyone new to the coding world. CodeNewbie offers an open look into the lives of web developers and serves as a place for people to read about career advice while hearing stories from people on their coding journey through the site’s podcasts.
CodeNewbie originally started as a weekly TwitterChat to connect people learning to code. While they still host a weekly #CodeNewbie TwitterChat every Wednesday at 9PM EST, it’s evolved into a supportive, international community of people learning to code.
If you’re early in your coding journey, we’d recommend joining CodeNewbie’s next Twitter chat by following their Twitter page.
Codrops is a web design and development blog focused on providing its audience with useful tutorials and articles on the latest trends in the industry. The site has a unique approach to content as its very how-to heavy with videos that walk you through processes applicable to all kinds of web developers. Codrops also publishes experimental videos that focus on new ideas and inspiration for solving problems and tackling challenges around web development. Take a peek and you may walk away with information on how to develop a new skill!
New skills can be attained through many different mediums, but if you’re willing to learn through the internet, reading web development blogs and interacting with their content may be a great option for you.
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