Definitely the best #OSS guide on “Becoming a #Contributor” that I have heard in a very long time.
Neat short episode from @planetmoney’s #TheIndicator about giving our #data away versus its cost:
Excellent intro to the next evolution of #wordpress.
The Next Phase of WordPress #Gutenberg — #YourWebsiteEngineer with @DustinHartzler https://t.co/7neNQJfVRV
Excellent @eff post about opting out of data collection in #Facebook:
I’ve published issue 48 of my #newsletter covering: learning #Django through @limedaring’s course and the 2018 #StackOverflow #Developer Survey – https://t.co/oEYlWyx9mz
If you’re interested in learning Django 2
As a teacher and a learner, I’m on the lookout for great folks that create courses. If you’re interested in learning the Django framework (this may especially be of interest to my former Python students) then you might be interested in this kickstarter campaign by Tracy Osborn. Tracy approaches programming from a web designer point-of-view, and this is quite valuable from a “beginner’s mind” approach.
Check out the 2018 Stack Overflow Developer Survey
Stack Overflow is an amazing question and answer site that covers a tremendous amount of software development issues. It started originally as a response to Experts Exchange and has far exceeded its competitor’s breadth, depth, and utility.
Stack Overflow’s yearly development surveys have become an industry staple for software development trends. It’s an in-depth survey that has become better and better over the years. The 2018 survey is quite deep and extensive and is a well worth read.
Thoughts? Feedback? Let me know: @eli4d on Twitter
Neat recommend tool to check #deadlinks: @vigilapp
#Tracking #stats #privacy
@release_notes: They Can See Everybody