CloseIT DevTips April 2020

30. April 2020

In CloseIT, we have a channel on Slack where we share interesting development YouTube channels, blog posts, articles, etc. with each other. Here are our DevTips from last month.

Technology YouTube Channels

Traversy Media

Traversy Media features online web development and programming tutorials for all of the latest web technologies including Node.js, Angular 2, React.js, PHP, Rails, HTML, CSS and much more.

Link to the YouTube channel

Traversy Media - Web development & programming tutorials

Stefan Mischook

Trends & interesting discussions. Stefan Mischook started building websites in 1994 and has been teaching web design and programming for over 10yrs! Now he is helping teachers teach web design and programming in the classroom.

Link to the YouTube channel

Thoughts On Java 

Experts in Java persistence.

Link on YouTube channel

Jeffrey T. Fritz 

Live coding sessions, Microsoft employee, C# & .NET Core related.

Jeffrey T. Fritz is a long time web developer with ASP, ASP.NET, and now ASP.NET Core. He loves the challenge of building web applications that look amazing while at the same time performing like an installed application.

Link to the YouTube channel

Fritz and Friends

Automation Step by Step - Raghav Pal

Raghav Pal teaches Automation, Testing, DevOps and CI. DevOps, tips for Jenkins, CI pipelines, etc.

Link to the YouTube channel

Automation Step By Step - Raghav Pal

Blog posts and interesting webpages

The Differences Between a Junior, Mid-Level, and Senior Developer (And what you can do to get to the next level)

What exactly are the differences between junior, mid-level and senior developer?

Link to the blogpost

React bits

A compilation of React Patterns, techniques, tips and tricks 

Link to the webpage

Video course on efficient enterprise testing by Sebastian Daschner

Sebastian Daschner created a few videos on the topic of effective enterprise testing. He still sees a huge importance on this topic in real-world projects. Here are his experiences in testing Enterprise Java projects together with some examples.

Link to the blogpost

Author: Michal Jilka