March, 2021
By Mariam Mikeladze

Practical Tips for Junior Developers

Practical Tips for Junior Developers

Are you a fellow admirer of the IT world and the tech industry? Do you want to learn and develop as a fantastic programmer but feel frustrated because you don't know where to start? Well, you're not alone. Read on to find helpful, practical tips for beginner developers just like you. 

Breaking into the tech world may seem daunting, but if you stay focused on improving your skills and not give in to pressure, you will soon see excellent progress. There are plenty of study materials online for you to get started. However, here are some of the handpicked resources, which are perfect for people who wish to be self-taught. 

Learning Resources 

The first suggestion would be 'MDN Web Docs,' a learning resource for web developers used by talents from Mozilla, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, and other top companies. This one's amazing because they offer a vast range of tutorials for beginners. 

Next, we have Stack Overflow – a question-and-answer site for professional programmers. Here, you can find answers to your development-related queries and find solutions for bugs and problems you may encounter on your coding journey. 

You can also check out some of the resources explicitly related to programming languages, such as, where you can find a list of all the HTML tags and attributes or – to explore all CSS properties. 

Code Editors

As a developer, most of your work is going to be code-writing. The code editor will make your life easier as it's going to differentiate between elements and routines, which will help you easily navigate and edit your code. Plus, a great benefit is that you don't have to pay to use any of these great editor tools: Atom, Sublime Text, Visual Studio Code, Brackets.

Other Online Resources

Apart from these, you should definitely make the best of some online tools and services, for example, Github or Codepen. These services are going to make a massive difference in your work routine. Plus, they can be used as your portfolio as you can share your work and projects with other people and collaborate with other developers. 

Remember, you always need to improve yourself, keep up with current technologies and trends, connect with professionals, seek advice and move forward. 



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