Did you know the LearnToProgram blog has been around for over three years? Today we’re taking a trip down memory lane to highlight some of the best posts we’ve written over the years.
This compilation of the top 10 best LearnToProgram blog posts includes some of our favorite lighthearted posts as well as our most informative resources.
Let’s get started!
We wrote this post nearly two years ago, and the skills that we predicted would be relevant in the 2016 development world were spot on. It goes to show the durability of tech skills as well as the importance of other employable skills (like handling information and simplifying tasks) even in a rapidly evolving market.
This useful reference demonstrates how to write the classic Hello World program in eight programming languages. For something so simple, it is a handy resource for times when you blank on the syntax of a language.
Debugging code can be one of the most aggravating tasks when it comes to computer programming. This post goes over five easy steps you can take to make sure your code will run smoothly.
Using the strategies in this post will keep you on top of your work. Plus, it prevents you from having to do a bulk debugging session when you finish writing your code and it doesn’t run!
These cheat sheets were Christmas gifts to our learners a few years ago.
Our HTML5 interview questions resource is a well researched list of the 10 most common questions about HTML5 that are asked in web development interviews. It emphasizes HTML5’s new features compared to past versions.
In the post we also list comprehensive answers to each question. With the knowledge from this post you’ll be able to nail your web development interview.
SEO is an important feature of web development. This post goes over the most important search engine optimization techniques and strategies that will improve the visibility of your website.
The text editor you use to write your code is an important choice. This post outlines the best text editors for development in 2016 and their unique advantages. Since its original posting, it has also been converted into a brief slideshow at the beginning of the post.
This is one of our favorite non serious posts on the LearnToProgram blog. Wendy is LearnToProgram’s office manager who happens to have a fantastic taste in music. In this post she talks about her favorite artists and presents a curated playlist of her favorite music.
This quick tutorial helps you create your own firework graphic in Photoshop. It’s the perfect way to end our top 10 list of the best LearnToProgram blog posts. We’re celebrating more than three years of fantastic blog content!
Do you have any favorite LearnToProgram blog posts that we didn’t mention? Let us know in the comments!