Author: Vittorio Rivabella

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The Complete Front-End Developer Roadmap 2021

Google is an amazing place to find resources about front-end development, the problem is, what do I need to learn? Here’s a full Front-end developer Roadmap 2021 , with 15+ FREE resources, to kickstart your career and start monetizing your development skills. You will start from the fundamentals of programming, learning what

Create Your First Dapp With Solidity – Part 1

Learn how to create your first Decentralized Application (Dapp), how a Smart Contract works, how to compile and deploy it. You will also learn how to start a local blockchain network using Hardhat. This post is part of a series that will walk you through how to build your first

What is API Monitoring and How to Monitor API Calls

I was working in a startup when one of our APIs went down for 3hrs, losing money and customers. This is why I’ve created this guide where you will learn what is API Monitoring, why is important, and how to monitor your API calls using Treblle. We will go through

Complete Web3.0 and Solidity Development Roadmap 2021

Learning Web3.0 and blockchain development today is like buying a Bitcoin at $10 yesterday. Entering the Blockchain industry where the average programmer is paid around $140k/year, is probably the best investment you can make as a developer. Unfortunately, the web has a scarcity of good resources and finding a good blockchain development

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The Ultimate 2021 Backend Developer Roadmap: kickstart your career

You don’t need to spend $10k on a Bootcamp to become a backend developer. Whether you need to learn: Node, Express, SQL, NoSQL, REST, JSON, APIs, or the latest fancy technologies, you can do it for free, leveraging the power of the internet. I’ve personally gathered, watched, tested, and reviewed

9 Simple Ways to Make Money With Open Source

Yes, as a developer you can make money with open source. When we talk about Open Source Software we are used to referring to free tools, libraries, or products, maintained by generous developers or companies around the world, which code is publicly available on some repository. This is far from