Are you thinking about getting into IT but you get too confused by the sound of the terms you hear when researching this topic? Well buckle up, cause today we are about to explore the rewarding aspects and unique challenges of being a front-end developer. And stay tuned for the next articles from this series.
Make sure to read until the end to discover the insights and pros & cons revealed by our talented front-end developers.
In today's fast-paced and rapidly evolving technology landscape, investing in the skills and training of developers is crucial for any successful IT company. We understand the significance of building a strong foundation of expertise within our extended teams.
This blog post explores how exactly we go the extra mile to invest in our developers' skills and training, fostering a culture of continuous learning and professional growth.
Working in the IT industry requires more than just technical expertise. In today's fast-paced and constantly evolving industry, employers are increasingly seeking candidates who possess a diverse set of soft skills. These skills enable IT professionals to communicate effectively with colleagues, collaborate on projects, and adapt to changing circumstances.
In this blog post, we'll explore some of the most important soft skills you need in the IT industry.
Modern software development requires sophisticated and highly specialized tools to achieve the perfect balance between speed and accuracy when it comes to creating complex services and applications. Particular examples of such tools are the IDE, which guides the developer through the entire project structure, and the debugger, which helps find and solve all the technical problems related the source. In this article, the talk will be about coupling two of the most beloved and used tools in the respective categories: Jetbrains PHPStorm and XDebug.
Prerequisites Installed Node.js and npm Installed and configured Docker Existing repository on Github Configured droplet on DigitalOcean What are Github Actions? GitHub Actions is an API for cause and effect on GitHub: orchestrate any workflow, based on any event, while GitHub manages the execution, provides rich…