This website is perfect:
- Lightweight and loads fast
- Fits on all screens
- Looks the same in all browsers
- Accessible to everyone that visits your site
- Legible and gets your point across
“Being good at reading code is important to your survival as a professional developer. Any non-trivial project these days will be a team effort and so there will always be large chunks of code you had no hand in which you have to work with, modify and extend. And so, code reading will likely be the most used and most useful skill you can have; better bite the bullet and get good at it – fast.”
For those not in the know, this is satirizing the great “should journalists learn to code” debate of October 2013. (I note the date because it seems to recur every year or so.)
My problem with side-projects is that I never think an idea is good enough…
git + webcam = lolcommits.
teach yourself to code, resources for people to want to learn programming. By Kate Ray.