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What Is The Difference Between A Method and A Function? 🤔

In a similar fashion to “What Is The Difference Between Parameter And Argument? 🤔“, most of the times we use the words “method” and “function” interchangeably. Even though they are almost the same, there is a subtle difference between them. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE THEN When we want to write reusable code, we wrap that […]

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AWS AWS Certified

Let’s Talk About AWS Snowball

Another service you need to be familiar with for the AWS Solutions Architect Associate exam is the AWS Snowball. This service is part of the AWS Snow Family, which represent highly-secure, portable devices to migrate data into and out of AWS. There are two types of Snowballs: the normal one and AWS Snowball Edge. However, […]

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AWS AWS Certified

AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) – Let’s Learn About It

AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is another outstanding AWS service. Also, it is something you need to know if you want to pursue the certifications. Besides, when we build a cloud infrastructure, we want control over the security, of the traffic between our services and much more. In simpler words, AWS VPC provides us with […]

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JavaScript

What Is The Difference Between Parameter And Argument? 🤔

Many developers, myself included, use the words “parameter” and “argument” interchangeably. However, their meanings are not the same. In this article, I explain the subtle difference between these two terms.  Therefore, let us clarify what each of these terms means. PARAMETERS The parameters refer to the variables that are in the method/function definition. These variables, […]

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AWS AWS Certified

AWS S3 – All You Need To Know About This Service

In this article, I am going to present to you a core AWS service, called S3. AWS S3 is a very versatile and useful service. However, why do I write an article about S3? As you may know, I am learning for the AWS Solutions Architect Associate certificate. As a result, I thought of sharing […]

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Fullstack Web Development With React And Serverless

React and serverless are not buzzwords anymore, and for a long time now. The popular framework, React, is topping the charts, and it is still the most popular and used JavaScript framework. Thus, why not learn it?  How about serverless then? In the simplest terms, with serverless computing, you upload your application code to a […]

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How Do I Manage Work And Twitter? 🤷‍♂️

I believe I get this question weekly, if not daily. “How can you tweet so much and also work?” is one of the most popular questions I receive. The answer is very simple and straightforward. As you all might guess, I schedule ninety per cent of my tweets. That means I do not have to […]

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JavaScript Programming Web Development

ES2020 – My Favourite Features From ES2020

ES2020 or ECMAScript 2020 brings exciting features to JavaScript. In this article, I want to talk about my favourite features from ES2020. As a result, this article does not cover all the features from ES2020. So what are my favourite new additions? Dynamic Import Nullish Coalescing Operator Optional Chaining Operator Private Class Variables Promise.allSettled For […]

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Journey Personal Programming Web Development

Career Building Tips For Web Developers ⚡

You might know, or you might not know, but five days ago I spoke for Progate India. More specifically, I gave a talk about JavaScript and career-building tips for people trying to enter the industry and for junior developers. You can watch the talk here, and you can subscribe to my YouTube channel 📺 for […]

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Personal Programming Web Development

How To Approach Programming As A Code Newbie 🤔

I get lots of messages on Twitter regarding this subject – how to approach programming as a code newbie. How to get started? What resources to use? What path to follow? And many more questions. As a result, I have decided to write an article about this subject, so I can refer people here rather […]