Tidbit: Contextual Links with CSS Attribute Selectors + Font Awesome

I never learned what a draft was. Here, have a work-in-progress post. — This is a link. In fact, this is also a link. Here, have another one. Without clicking: What are they for? Where do the go? What’s going to happen if you click them? Looks like we’ve got another mystery on our hands, gang. Usability? I don’t know her. Enter: this CSS, stage right: a:before { font-family: Font Awesome\ 5 Free; margin: 0 0.2em; } /* PDF Files */…

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Graduated to Great: "Next Steps" for New Developers

When I graduated college after two years of studying website design and development, I certainly had the mentality of the full-stack intern – I can code anything! After all, I do know how to use jQuery. That confidence quickly disappeared after a brief search through the job postings. What the fuck is Node? Git? React? Agile? There’s definitely a lot going on in the industry, and there’s a big jump between mastering the basics and mastering a language. The thing is, you…

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