I’m pulling back the curtain, spilling the tea, and taking you inside the minds and hearts of developers. It may sound silly, but I learned a lot from figuring out why dev memes are funny. Thanks to Instagram, I will NEVER forget that arrays start at 0.
I’ve been writing copy for a while and I’d like to think I’ve learned a thing or two along the way. Some of those lessons I really wish I’d learned sooner, so now I pass them along to you, the new copywriter, to give you a head start.
How many times did you ask, “When will we actually use this?” in high school? I have yet to solve the quadratic equation in my professional life, but these lessons I learned in AP English junior year have stuck with me. Shoutout to Mrs. Hoye!
No matter how much you love what you do, if you do it a lot, you risk burning out. These are just my tips for keeping the fire of passion and energy burning brightly, and I’d love to hear your tips to beat burnout as well!
As you may have guessed from the title, this is a collection of the top five resources I found useful when I was first starting out learning to code. Whether you’re a coding newbie or an OG looking for a refresher, these sites will help you out.