This was a pretty big year for me. While my personal life didn’t change a lot because of the pandemic, my professional life changed quite a lot. I got my first remote role, got involved more in management and met lots of talented people. I don’t remember each moment, but I do have some highlights for the year that I want to go through in this post.
It's that time of the year again – the end of the year – and it's a great opportunity to reflect on the past 12 months and all that we've accomplished. This year has flown by, but it's been a year of growth and learning for me. I also wrote about my experience in 2021 if you want to take a look at how that went down.
Listening to Podcasts is an underrated way to level up in your software development career. It’s also a great way to rest your eyes after working in front of a screen all day. So, Here are my top recommendations for software engineering podcasts.
If you're new to coding then these tips might help you out. I've listed some tips that I would have really benefited from when I was learning to code.
I have a love-hate relationship with coding bugs. I hate finding and debugging them, but I love the moment that I find a fix for it. As my career progresses, I've found some things that I do over and over that help me fix bugs faster. In this post, I'll list the debugging tips that I use the most.