Doesn’t it seem like every day there’s a new mishmash of responsibilities into a job title?
The deeper you get into the tech sphere, the more unintelligible the job titles seem to be.
I wrote an article about not starting with frameworks that got some attention from /r/programming on Reddit yesterday.
Look, I don’t hate frameworks. I’m not as starry-eyed as some other developers, especially when it comes to back-end frameworks, but I don’t think there’s anything wrong with using tools that make you productive.
Greetings, dear student! In our courses, we have crafted a multitude of tasks, projects and challenges for you to undertake.
I hope you’ve been able to enjoy some time with family! I took (almost) an entire week off from writing code, which I haven’t done in a long time.
Put simply, Golang is best for the backend side of a web application or website. There are many reasons that this is the case, so let’s dive in, but before we do, let’s cover some quick definitions.
Soon after you dip your toe in the water of software development, you’re guaranteed to come across the terms “frontend” and “backend”.
The following names are all valid variable names in nearly every programming language: dogName dog_name DOG_NAME dog-name But which one should you use in your projects?
Plenty of people have heard of SaaS, or Software-as-a-Service, which is simply software made available by a third party over the internet.
I hope you’ve enjoyed your pumpkin spice lattes this fall, that is, assuming that you’re basic like me.
A backend technology is anything used server-side to build stable and efficient web architectures. Back-end technologies include programming languages, databases, communication mechanisms, or frameworks that make up the building blocks of a web application’s back-end.
Building a job-ready portfolio of coding projects doesn’t happen overnight, but if you’re like most self-taught developers, you’ve likely built up a nice collection of todo apps, calculators, and other toy programs.
🔗 Round float and format to string If you’re rounding a floating point number in Go, it’s most likely you want to format it in a string.
So we’re officially in a recession, and now the question is, “what does a recession mean to me as a brand-new developer?
A backend programming language is what a programmer like you uses to create internal systems that work in the background of a web application.
The median DevOps engineer’s salary is $103,994 in base pay, with around $28,514 in additional pay through bonuses, commissions, and profit sharing according to Glassdoor.
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The short answer? On average, backend developers make either $82,462, $95,472, or $104,865 per year in base pay depending on who you ask.
I’m really interested in the trends we see in the software engineering job market. Sometimes it’s really hard to tell a cohesive and accurate narrative about what’s happening because it just happens so dang fast, and very few people are collecting data on the matter.
During development you may sometimes notice you run a lot of commands to set up, build, test, and manage your project.
Want to become a backend developer? Not surprising. Backend developers enjoy an average base salary of $95k per year, not to mention comprehensive benefits.
Functions are one of the most versatile tools in any Python programmer’s toolbox. They enable code reuse and provide a form of abstraction.
So you want to get into web development, and you keep hearing about “front-end” and “back-end” positions.
So you’re looking for the very best backend bootcamp of 2022. You’re not alone – most backend engineers earn over six figures according to Glassdoor, plus they have wide and varied job prospects.