10 Best Websites to Practice Coding Online – Codelivly

Whether you’re just starting out as a coder or want to advance your coding skills, tackling programming problems is part of the plan. Coding problem websites test your skills with customized exercises, amiable challenges, and insightful evaluations. They’re convenient, free, and even enjoyable. Practicing your coding through these websites may increase your knowledge, build your … Read more

So what happened to this place?

July 1st, 2022, 12:14 AM #1 So what happened to this place? It seems kinda dead. Is there anybody from the 2000’s around. Hello Brad if you are … Read more

This Is How to Use Version Control in Anvil | by Coding With Ryan | Jun, 2022

Learn how to track changes with Anvil’s built-in version control Photo by Yancy Min on Unsplash Without version control software like Git, it can be complicated to track the changes you make to code. Anvil, the platform for building web apps with nothing but Python, comes with built-in version control backed by Git. In this … Read more

4 Careers for People with Coding Backgrounds

This article was written exclusively for Dev Interrupted by Lewis Dowling Learning to code doesn’t mean you have to become a programmer. Coding is one of those professions with a lot of transferable skills: logic, clear thinking, problem solving, and attention to detail, to name just a few. So learning a programming language can open … Read more

My Favorite Coding Interview Exercise | by Zachary Flower | May, 2022

Whiteboard problems suck. To evaluate your engineering candidates, you have to get your hands dirty. Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash I hate interviewing. Actually… I take that back. I love interviewing I just hate being interviewed. Like most software developers, I can count the number of times I’ve actually had to reverse a linked … Read more

7 Marketing Strategies for Your Software Development Content | by Coding With Ryan | Jun, 2022

Capture a larger audience with your software development content Photo by Melanie Deziel on Unsplash Creating content for software developers is tricky and time consuming. In this article, I’m going to explain what you can do to make the most of your content and capture a larger audience. I’ll introduce you to: Once you’ve published … Read more

Programming Language for Developing Web Scrapers

Over the past decade, web scraping has become a common practice that allows businesses to deal with the vast amount of data produced on the internet. With quintillions of bytes of data being created each day, it’s no wonder that people have turned to automatic software which can move through the masses and find the … Read more

Eng Metrics Benchmarks: What Makes Elite Teams?

DORA Metrics and Beyond In 2014 the DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA) team published their first State of DevOps report, identifying four metrics that can be used to measure engineering team performance. Six months ago the Data Science Team at LinearB decided to continue where DORA left off, digging deeper into the data than ever … Read more