The Pandemic sucks! We are stuck inside binge-watching Television, making bread and catching up with everything you missed in your 10 or 20-year career but maybe this is your time to get ahead.
Many people struggle with creating responsive sites using flexbox. Its complicated to decide when to use flex-grow or shrink, when do you use a flex item.
On a early Saturday morning of my first day of Staycation I decided to fix my blog performance and usability.
In this short blog post we are going to cover Panic in Go. Go has a fantastic functionality that lets you panic if you get an unexpected error and want you application to stop the execution.
Go sort package implements sorting for builtins and user-defined types. It’s flexibility makes sorting a breeze!
Looping in Go is fairly similar to any other language that you may of seen in the past, with some slight variations that are particular to Go.
It’s 2020, you have started to lean coding it’s great to use an GUI like gitKraken however in some roles you might not have the luxury of using a UI an have to perform git requests from the command line. Today we are going to cover the important commands you will need to learn.
In the past I have talked about a how to learning the skills to become a developer. I am a self taught developer, who spent a few years just typing Java with no real instruction or books and it helped build a foundation however I wished 11 years ago we had the ability to source all the best tutorials into one place.
Brave Browser has been circling the privacy advocates to show that you can browser the internet without popups, tracking, ads etc. Brave is open source power house that is built on Chromium and can be built directly from the source code, if you are especially security conscious or you can download it right from their website. I’ve been using Brave since April and haven’t looked back! They released 1.0 in November and have always been working on new features and fixes whilst being concerned about the users privacy.