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  • Time To Make The Donuts! You’re Daily Coding Routine…

    March 22, 2019

    A few tips on how to best structure your daily coding routines. Tips, take breaks, and do some exercise. For those of us old enough to remember the actual commercial and not the meme, congratulations! If we were a DnD monster, we’d be “ancient” dragons (color is up to you, of course). But the meaning …

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  • Making That Paypah!!

    March 22, 2019

    A couple of tips on how to price your freelance web design and development contracts. Okay, you’ve got your first paying/serious/ for real-sises (technical term) job and after giving you the lowdown on the job, your client asks what the price tag is going to be? Well, maybe you think to yourself, “I charge ‘X’ …

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  • Free As a Bird: 7 Tips That Will Launch Your Coding Career As a Freelancer

    March 19, 2019

    Thinking of kick-starting your freelance web design career? Alright, it doesn’t matter the reasons that got you here, (but I agree, if you have to listen to one more of Brad-in-accounting’s “tight” 2 minute sets that he’s put together for his always upcoming/never happening open mic night, it was either gonna be him or you!), …

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  • The More You Know….

    March 19, 2019

    Developers sit all day in a chair, so it is especially important that you do a regular exercise not only to stimulate your mind, but your body too. Quick PSA from us to you. If you didn’t grab the gist of it from the subtitle, check out the video. Aw, heck, you should check out …

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  • Suit Up and Strike Out: The Developer’s Job Interview

    March 19, 2019

    Are developer job interviews always hard? In a word…Yes. Depending of course on the size of the company; massive companies tend to give intense (technical) interviews. “They’ll throw everything at you including the kitchen sink…They haveĀ  HR departments where they’re ticking off boxes, and there’s a tendency in those circumstances that they’re going to ask …

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