5 Truths I’ve Come To Realize As a Self-taught Developer – Premium Content πŸ”’

When I began my self-taught developer journey back in 2016 (I go more in-depth in this RTC interview), little did I know – at that time – learning the tech side of things would be the easy part. Here are 5 hard truths I’ve come to realize, personally, on this never-ending journey…

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How to Set Up MySQL in a Docker Container

If you want to set up a MySQL database to store data for websites, blogs, or applications, you can use a Docker container. It’s relatively simple to do. And like shuffling a deck of cards, reversing a string in Python, or writing a recursive function, it’s a suitable exercise for beginners just starting out with MySQL and backend web development.

Let’s take a look at exactly what a Docker container is, and how you can use it to set up MySQL.

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15 Exciting SQL Project Ideas & Topics for Beginners – 2021

In this era of technology, an aspiring student of computer science has to know SQL programming language. While learning SQL, you will observe that it is being used almost in every website development because it helps in simplifying the data silos. Once you have learned this programming language, it is better to try new and easy real-life projects to sharpen your SQL skills. While working on them, you will hone your SQL and get a chance to sharpen your soft skills, such as problem-solving.

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CodeIgniter 4 anchor() URL Helper function

Here as of late, I’m leaning on every piece of built-in functionally of the CodeIgniter 4 framework I can. One I’ve been using a great deal is the anchor() URL helper function. Continue reading to learn more about this function…

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