One thing that I’m not too shy to talk about is the “shift” that I believe is going on in the IT development job market. More and more jobs keep popping up looking for specific characteristics in developers in just about every area. The characteristics seem to be more for developers with mobile experience using languages like iOS, Android and PhoneGap. No big surprise there considering all the marketing that’s gone into mobile devices has paid off considering mobile is one of the biggest technological waves we’ve seen in years.
While surfing Google, I ran into an older post that struck me as a pretty cool way of focusing on the positives languages bring to the table. With that in mind and to keep the dream/overall purpose of the post alive, I thought I’d follow suit.
Over the years I’ve collected tons of links that have helped better myself as a developer. The listed links represent what I feel to be a collection every web developer should have as either a starting point or for reference. Continue reading →
When a developer gets time to play with new tools like nodeJS, Redis, MongoDB, etc., they either resurface after 6 months with agonizing eyes and a unwillingness to socialize, or they resurface feeling they have been born again. I’m kind of a mix between the two. Continue reading →