This month, the developers had stimulating conversations on MS Teams, sharing their opinions.
Many of our frontend developers at MB.io use Visual Studio Code. The VS Code team has released a new setting that helps you keep track of your file. Sticky Scroll, this feature shows the class/function you are currently working on at the top of the editor. Just enable it in the settings: "editor.stickyScroll.enabled". Watch the short video and let it explain the behavior.
The title of this article was so catchy that it spoke directly to me: "The Microsoft Edge Dev Tools extension for VS Code is so awesome that I’m ditching Chrome for web development". What do you think? Will you try the visual studio code extension?
State of frontend 2022
Over the past two years, the IT industry has been undergoing major changes, especially in the area of frontend development. In this report, 3703 frontend professionals from 125 countries and 19 frontend experts were surveyed to get an accurate overview of current trends and the future of frontend. The goal is to provide insights on topics such as technologies, practices, and working conditions. This survey is a good starting point to discuss the insights in the team, to read trends for ourselves and to find out what we want to focus on in the future.
100 Seconds of Code
Curiosity and the will to learn something new every day is in the genes of us as developers. Especially easy to consume are the contents of this playlist: 100 Seconds of Code. Watch one of the clips every day and you will have 133 days of fresh input. The basics and commands for tools, technology or frameworks are covered.
Practical Accessibility a online video course
A self-paced, get-right-down-to-it online video course for web designers and developers who want to start creating more accessible websites and applications today. The course is by Sara Soueidan an inclusive design engineer, author, speaker, and trainer. Because accessibility is important to us at Mercedes-Benz.io, one of our A11y gurus in our company will definitely be watching the course.
Experimenting and trying out innovative new tools and services is vital in the life of a developer. This git links collection gives you the opportunity to browse what's out there and especially which is free to use for developers. From major cloud providers, to source code repos, web hosting, analytics, to game development, you name it. What will you try next?
Thanks to all who share their knowledge in our company in this way and use our communities to exchange ideas. Stay curious!
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