How I Manage My Time Between My Entrepreneurial and Student Life

Thinking of being an entrepreneur in my student life has been a great advantage to me. It always reminds me the vast opportunities of improving myself. It allows me to plan about my business in a not-stressful environment, where all I need is progress regardless in my academic life or personal work.

Making a successful business has always been my dream of life. Up until this point of my life, I’ve observed various business models, several pros and cons of businesses, and have made some kind of opinion of different business models. The only thing inspires me to become an entrepreneur is the idea that – you don’t have to work for others, but for yourself. Such kind of mentality has always encouraged me to try different things and verify which idea is better than the rest. Now, being a college student I feel the necessity of creating something unique and being responsible for my work is more valuable and rewarding than everything else.

At the time I am writing this post, I am an undergraduate student majoring in Computer Science. I like to do work as best as I can and try to savor all of the materials covered in a particular topic. If I try to observe on my past, I realize this is how I work and deal with stuff.

As I figure out my long-term life goals, I realize I work this way not for selling my work to a company, but for creating product using my knowledge and experience to help people. I realize working for a company for monthly pay-check is just not worth this effort. Because as my knowledge teaches me – dealing with people is more rewarding than dealing with a given job.

Becoming an entrepreneur allows me to be a life-long learner, thus observing and knowing the world from a learner’s perspective and enjoying my life full to the brim.

The reason education is important for my Entrepreneurial journey

If you want to be an entrepreneur, you ought to improve your skill. This can vary from improving your programming skill, to your conversation skill, to your charismatic skill. The more you practice on these skills, and make them sharp, the more you are able to influence people, thus improving your business. Since, my online business is software development and teaching people how to code, at the least, I have to own the trust that they can rely on. If I’m unable to do so, I’m not ready to become an entrepreneur.

In the same manner, keeping yourself up-to-date is one of the key things that allows you to deliver content for your customer. So, the more you learn the more you have tools in your tool belt to help your customer. This way, I can gain workable programming knowledge from my school in a competitive yet very effective environment.

Moreover, since my business is directly related to programming and software development, I will cover the important topics in computing by finishing under grad study.

For such a reason, it’s true that my school work is no less important than my child (my business). So, what is the solution of this?

Better Time Management

So, how do I divide my day between the two? I must say, you have to be passionate of both to progress in both of these two direction.

Time Management

It’s true time is the most precious wealth you’ll ever have, both for your personal and professional life. So, you got to experiment which time schedule works best for you.

  • It is crucial to spend a major portion of your day for your work. I work approximately 8 hours a day. I’m not strictly attached to this timetable; however, it varies between 1/1.5 hours and it is excluding my classes on weekdays.
  • I try to put my works that consume more brain power (eg. writing, studying new concept etc.) in the first half of the day in my schedule. I reserve 2 hours of my day for only programming, it is not highly strict with a specific time.
  • I like to experiment with time, and one of the strategy I’ve discovered is you have to build up a habit of finishing things up. That means, if you start something, no matter what, you got to finish it.
  • Using some kind of schedule maker software or app (eg. calendar apps) really help me to look at the day from a bird eye’s point of view.
  • For longer tasks that I need to work on several days, I like to divide that into smaller subtasks so that I can concentrate at the details. Believe me it may sound cliche, but this is one of the major keys of my productivity.
  • Another strategy I’ve discovered through my experiments, is that you got to remember what you’ve learned in the past. There is no point of learning one thing, and forgetting that later. Everything is correlated (if not directly) to another, you need to find the correlation.

Scheduling your work really helps to build up productivity. Also, passion and energy goes along together. The more you are passionate about your work, the more energetic you’ll feel to finish it. However, it requires discipline and persistence. It is more important to prioritize your work. If you don’t have time for something, that means, you don’t have priority for it.

Tools I Use For Software Development

I am a programmer and blogger for last few years. From time to time I have come across many software, apps or web applications that grabbed my attention. In this post, I am going to tell you about the tools and software I use for maintaining my work, and budgeting my time. After reading this post, you’ll:

  • Learn the tools I use to boost my productivity.
  • The reasons behind choosing them.
  • Learn how I deal with something.

So, let’s dive in.

I am a programmer before being a blogger. What I really mean by this is – there are a handful number of tools that I use to write code and develop software, and there are some other tools I use to run this website, make drafts, review them and publish. In this post, I am going to reveal all of these products. Before going deep, I want to let you know that you can hover over the product names to go to their websites and give them a try, but I am not using any affiliate links.

What affiliate links are?
Affiliate links are links that are used to attract customers to the respective product, and thus earning a percentage of their revenue as a commission.

I chose these products only because these products had made my programming tasks simpler and easier. So, I can frankly share with you those so that you can give some of them a trial to know about the products.

Software development related

As software developer, you must spend a vast amount of your time using a text editor. At first, choosing a text editor was the million-dollar question for me. I continuously switched between different text editors until I come across the Sublime Text 2. I can remember, I stepped into software development career by learning web design. The tutorial I followed used Notepad++ for writing code. I wrote proper code for the first time in Notepad++ text editor.

Notepad++ is well-known for a number of reasons. It is free, fast and light-weight text editor, the top three qualities expected from a developer’s point of view. You can write program and run it by simply clicking a button on the menu. However, it also falls short for some reasons, for instance, not working cross platform (only available for Windows), lack of plugins, ugly interface design are some of the demerits that can ruin a programmers passion for programming.

From time to time, I switched to different text editors in order to find the best one in terms of performance and user experience. Finally, I learned about the Sublime Text. This text editor has many more capabilities than actually you need, which is not a good thing at least, according to my ideology. My ideology is you never should use a tool that is more capable than what you actually need. The tweaks that is not really used by a programmer make the path convoluted. At this point of my journey, sublime text appeared to me as a salvation. It allowed me to do pretty much anything to everything in writing program. I got obsessed with this editor because of the beautiful user interface, access to minimap, and the ability to increase its capability using third party plugins.

Now, here comes the second part of the story, where my mind bogged down to something else. As I learned new stuffs and mastered newer languages and frameworks I established another ideology. That is – working like a programmer.
What does it really mean working like a programmer?
By this phrase, I mean using only keyboard, not using cursor to navigate among files, and working using a terminal is the way of programming.
I learned about other programmers’ experience and expectations form a text editor. I learned about the Vim text editor which is cross platform compatible, highly functional, and fully keyboard based. I learned some of the greatest strengths about Vim text editor from other blogs. I found another salvation in the form of ‘Vim’. From that point, I’ve never looked back to another text editor. So, in conclusion, I will use choose two text editors. They are:

  1. Vim
  2. Sublime Text 2

As a text editor is the first thing a programmer has to work with, I described my journey in more details. With that in mind, the other tools I use for debugging purpose, learning programming, or writing posts are mentioned below.

IDE:

  1. Microsoft Visual Studio: This IDE supports various programming languages such as C, C++, C#. It is also used in many colleges as primary software to develop computer applications.
  2. PyCharm: One of my strength is Python. I’ve found no better development environment for Python programming as good as PyCharm.

Online Tutorial:

I have learned programming by my own. In this journey, online tutorials play a great role in serving me the best resource out there to learn programming. Some of the tutorials I particularly follow are:
1. Pluralsight: This is an online programming tutorial that offers courses for multiple IT jobs from industry leader programmers. Their tutorials go deep into the topic and they upload new videos every week. In addition to this, they also offer 1 to 1 mentoring for any specific need.
2. Treehouse: I like their tutorial because of the top-notch video quality and easy learning curve. However, their teaching style is like elementary schools. The teachers try to act funny, and sometimes it is annoying. Yet, their tutorials are really good for newbie developers.

Online Storage:

  1. OneDrive: Mostly I work on MS Word, Excel, and OneNote. I find OneDrive useful to synchronize my office files along with my photos and files. It allows me to access my work from any device, and boost my productivity. I also upload important word and PowerPoint documents to docs.com in order to keep them accessible online.

Blogging related:

  1. Office Suite/Word Processor: I use Microsoft Office 365 for my personal and professional work. I use Microsoft Word for writing blog posts, outlook for sending and receiving emails, excel for business planning and OneNote for taking notes. Proper sync to my laptop, phone and tablet makes it proper a medium to unleash my creativity.
  2. Devices: I really like Apple products. From iPhone to MacBook Pro, every Apple device is part of my productivity. I use MacBook Pro as my primary working device. IPhone and iPad are my other two mobile devices. Generally, I write on my Mac, and proof read them on my iPhone and iPad.
  3. Web Provider: I use InmothionHosting as my web provider. They have fantastic customer support team and pretty fast server for running website.

I use the above mentioned tools to automate my works. From my experience, I can say, tools can help you to raise your productivity, but it’s your own creativity to give a shape to whatever you are doing. That creativity must come from your inner self. Through enhancement of technology, we have made some kind of a system to automate tasks.

Question for you…

What is your productivity suite? Why you think they help you in your work and experiment? I want to know how you use them to automate your work. Let me know in the comment section below.

Best Operating System for Software Development

Have you ever wanted to know the best operating system that enables you to manage your programming tasks more functional way? If yes, this post is for you.

Are there really any difference between programming in multiple operating systems? This question is one of the million dollar questions that come across programmer’s life, and the answer also varies.

There are big differences between programming on Linux machine and other operating systems. The biggest advantage Linux has over other OS is the command line interface. A programmer’s ability must depend on the tools he use. In my opinion, mastering Linux OS for development really stands a professional developer from the rest.

So, what I really mean?

I know there are a lot of different opinion on this. I know many proficient programmers who work their best using Windows. At the same time, others will argue that Mac OS is the best for programming. They usually tend to show two points to support their opinion.

First, they tend to point out the hefty user interface that allow users to retain great user experience. They also argue the keyboard short-cuts, and drag-and-drop functionality provided on Mac OS are another part of their nice and tidy development.

Second, and it is ubiquitous that they think both Linux and Mac OS are built over UNIX layer, so most of the linux commands and characteristics also pertains on Mac OS. From the windows users’ point of view, the advantages are more related to the comparatively cheap softwares and hardware.

However, I possess a completely different opinion from these two schools of thinkers. In my opinion, Linux sets a workflow that is usual for a programmer. Remember, it’s not a while since computers were the property of the officers. A legend of the IT world, Steve Jobs had the vision of making computer a part of one’s life. He wanted (and succeeded successfully) to make the computer a tool for the mass. Believe it or not, that vision makes it more about the mass, than a programmer’s tool of development. I believe operating systems like Windows or Mac OS are generally made for mass individuals, not for programmers.

Have you ever thought, today a ten years old school boy uses the same computer that is used by an employee in top IT company? So, how does the experience of a programmer differ from an infant? If we try to evaluate a programmers’ general approach of making an application, we will find the following:

  1. Typing code (The most essential part of any app development)
  2. Editing documents (Edit as it gets required later or in the middle of the app development)
  3. Debugging (Another essential part for producing error-free user experience)
  4. Modifying classes (This is another big part of debugging)
  5. Unit Testing (A process in software development that enables a developer to test each unit of code for proper operation)
  6. Using frameworks (Most application development now depend on using web frameworks)
  7. Communicating with the server (After making the app, one must send it to the server for authenticating purpose or documenting etc)

Can anyone see the one singular thing a programmer is doing in the whole process of the development? Yeah, that’s right. We, programmers have to write thousands of lines of codes to stand up one piece of software. In this case, we need some sorts of workspace where everything can be perceived in text-base format.

And, here other operating systems fall apart. Really, using some nice and tidy graphical cursors, or window cannot a programmers job easier. For example, in order to attach one file at the end of another one, we can use ‘cat’ command on the command line. However, we have to circumambulate the two file to copy and paste to another file, on other OS.

The thing is not the substitution of one another. Where I am a big advocate of programming on Linux machines, I will say, at present every OS are developed enough that you will hardly find anything that can be done using one operating system, but impossible with another. Yet, my point here is to draw a line between the beginning programmers and the professional ones.

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Making the command line interface the de facto of software development makes a programmers swift, powerful and more productive. As a software developer of this age, these are the must for scaling career in IT industry. I can point out the following reasons why Linux developers get more insight in programming than others:

  • Ability of using vi text editor changes the workability of a developer. Believe it or not, using a perfect text-editor has been a million dollar question for both beginning and advanced software developer. Ask any software professionals, vi editor is packed with powerful features that can only serve a programmer. Let a ten year old school boy play around it, he will throw it out assuming a piece of junk. Use some tools that are really intended for you, not an ignorant.
  • Command-Line interface makes it a hundred times easier to make applications for a programmer. If you need only a piece of window to carry the whole development process, and can be done by the most advanced skill ‘typing’ ,why bother with the graphical interface? You can carry most of your job by using handful number of commands. No other OS is able to give the user full access to the terminal shell except Linux OS. Also, there are some operations that can be done only by the command line interpreter, and not by the GUI.
  • Linux supports multiple users to work together on same project. This is another de facto of present software development. Communicating with the right word is the most valuable skill a software developer masters in his career. Making certain files available to other developers, and keeping files private for later use, are some of the productive work pattern users on a Linux get.
  • Linux offers its users the ability to customize. Linux is the one operating system that permits its users to customize their workspace according to their needs. Because, Linux is a open source operating system, anyone can view the source code, modify it, even alter it all together. You can control a particular applications behavior or make a completely new application keeping only the feature you need and nothing else.
  • Linux is being constantly developed by its huge developer community. No operating system is secure, and Linux also not a difference. But, it comes with the support of professional developers that keep Linux regularly updated and secure. From a programmer’s point of view, it preaches the developers a vast field to interact and cooperate with other developers.

I won’t say, the workspace declares a programmer’s overall skill. It definitely depends on ones experience on a particular field. But, I want to mention that not all operating systems are made for development purpose, and as a programmer, you should choose the correct one, that gives you best features for development.

My Journey to Software Development Career

Hello everyone, It’s Naz-Al Islam, the creator of Subtle Coding. I am a 19 year old guy who learned programming by his own and now call himself a software developer. From my childhood, I was very interested about computers. My curiosity insisted me to learn the way computer works. I began to learn more and more about computers by reading books, watching tutorial videos, listening programming podcasts and so on. I learned new skills and developed some sort of expertise in making some applications building bits of code together.

Though the journey was not an easy one, I learned a lot going through the steps. On this post, I’d like to describe the journey I decided to go through to become a software developer. I believe aspiring new programmers will find something noteworthy or useful to learn about my story. As I will demonstrate, the journey was not easy, but it was not unbearable either. As I went through the must-do things one-by-one I literally learned more about myself and my capability as a programmer.

I might be seeming inspiring, but believe — it’s the truth.

So, first of all, I will start from my background, and gradually dive into the details. I think this post is gonna be a big one, so keep patience.

Background

I was born in Bangladesh, a small country in South-Asia, in 1997. At the time, I am writing this post, I am 19. In 2014, I graduated from high-school with flying colors. I was in the science faculty in my high school, and computer programming was not a part of my curriculum. However, I had my own computer and I liked to play around it. Basically, I was first introduced to some sort of programming while doing some experiments using some code, which I found on the internet.

After passing high school in mid-July, I began preparing for the SAT test, because my brother got admitted in UTSA in Texas after his graduation from high school and my parents wanted to send me for higher education as well.

After taking the SAT test, I received several admission offers. Among them I chose study at SUNY Plattsburgh in Computer Science program.

My First Programming Experience

When I was in high-school, during my free time, I would like to surf the internet, and by this, I learned a little bit of web design. I found it on various Facebook pages, or some news article or so. Also, I learned about some people are earning big amount only by working at their home.

I researched a little deep, and found some company line Upwork or Freelancer post many online jobs to be done by freelancers. This strategy felt great to me (though I never knew this is not the end of the story, well I mean making a living sitting at home and write program as a freelancer is not so easy). And as I’ve said, I always feel curious about anything related to technology. Once, I was reading a blog post about web design. The author described how to make an HTML file (webpage) that will print “Hello World” on the screen.

I went through all the instructions and wrapped the phrase using a H1 tag. I saved the file as ‘index.html’ and ran it on chrome. BOOM! I was very excited that something created by me was showing on the browser.

At that point, I never knew this Hello World is a practice in any programming language program to learn it’s basic syntax. Also, computer scientists use this program to know whether a programming language is better than others.

My Approach of Learning Proper Web Development

From that point, I became so curious about making webpages. At that point, I didn’t have any mentor, or friends or anyone familiar with programming. Moreover, I did not have any idea how will I make the local webpage available online. But, I had the greatest source, the internet. Some people think online media is a messy kind of thing where everything is scattered. However, I am trying to be clear. Internet is the best source for learning programming.

I searched online for any source of learning web development. There are many more websites and youtube channels at present than there was three years ago from now. Among them I would like to take some of the greatest ones:

  1. The New Boston – Free youtube video Channel
  2. Treehouse – Premium online tutorial
  3. Codecademy – Online free interactive tutorial
  4. TutorialsPoint – online text based tutorial

I learned about these sources by following many blogs and forums. Also, I would download torrents files for getting some premium video contents (yeah! I know this is illegal, but hey, I want to be honest with you).

By this, I could be able to grasp a whole lot of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. This was particularly especial for me, because I was graduating from high school soon, and before that I got all the tools in my tool belt for doing an IT profession.

But, later I found that real practice lies in practice. Basically, the single most important goal of a software developer is to solve problems. I knew all the syntax and usage of different tags and classes. Still I needed to utilize my knowledge to do some real world projects.

I began to download PSD files of sample webpages, and work on them. I definitely learned a whole lot when I was making their clone.

After working out on my design projects, I tried to apply for some freelance job. However, I found I need some popularity or feedback to raise my bar above than the average. And another thing I found is most of the design jobs are directly or non-directly related to some backend development.

Now I didn’t have any idea about backend development. Without knowing PHP, I was not able to work on the server and thus was unable to meet my clients’ certain need.

Heck! Was this the hell for which I was working day and night?

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A Shift in Career

That was my exact expression when I did not get a single job offer after applying several job. But, I was not leaving my dream. As a science student, I am always skilled in math, and I knew backend development relates to algorithms and data calculations. So, I decided to hone my skill in backend development.

At this point, while I am still confused about my work, I graduated from high-school. Since my parents were insisting me to work for the college application, I had to shift my attention to study. I will say that was necessary for me as I needed a break to be ready for more work.

After I get rid of my college admission, I started my research backend languages. I learned that Python is getting more and more popular in spite of being new compared to other languages. I started learning Python for backend and its Django framework.

Now, I write computer applications in Python. At first, I started my career as a web designer, but later I found the backend development more attractive. So, I switched my career to a backend programmer or a software developer. Now, I have my own blog where I share my new ideas and findings and run my own business.

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Whiteboard test on interview

Most of the popular companies such as Google, Microsoft, or Oracle hire new candidates using ‘white board’ test. There are literally something essential can be found out about a candidate in this test, for which they emphasize this test a lot. Basically, a programmer always writes code on their laptop using their favorite text-editor. They can run their code joining small bits of code together and corrects them as new error pops up. Most text editors and IDE (Integrated Development Environment) highlight syntax, keywords and support auto-indentation. Furthermore, software developers can customize them according their needs, so that they can improve their workflow. If that’s true, the following question appears in our mind:

Why software companies emphasize on whiteboard test?

What is Whiteboard testing?

Whiteboard testing is a part of the technical interview in the software companies that is used to evaluate how quickly, clearly and concisely a candidate addresses a particular algorithm problem.

This is a great question to think about. I was particularly skeptic about whiteboard testing. But, later my research and findings opened my eyes and showed me how important it is for a programmer to be able to write code correctly on whiteboard. First of all, there are much more in it than only writing code on whiteboard. An interviewer can learn how candidates think about particular problems, how they approach it, or whether they break it into smaller chunks of code to make a whole.

Whiteboard Test From an Interviewer’s point of view

  • Interviewers prompt an interviewee to write code on white board. This lets them know whether a candidate has an algorithm set in his mind to solve the problem, or he’s just memorizing a set of codes.
  • Believe it or not, an interviewer never wants the elegant solution of a given problem, rather they tend to learn how a programmer approach a certain problem. In other word, how a programmer choose a number of steps to solve it. An interviewer can figure out if a candidate is not sure about the solution, or just rambling.
  • On a whiteboard test, dealing conversation while writing code is most important. By this, a potential employer can learn of the candidate’s communication skills. Here, an employer makes decision whether they will be able to carry a professional relation, which is very important in scaling business.
  • Though whiteboard test is a part of technical interview, it equally plays roll as a non-technical interview as well. How a candidate uses his hand, how he utilizes certain gesture to make a point and so on. Is he arrogant? Is he serious about this job? Is he equally productive in teaching the same code to another person in a classroom, in a word, can he express his expertise in that language?
    So, whiteboard test is not only about writing some bit of code on the board, rather it is a playground of a programmer to show his expertise and thinking pattern for solving problems.

How to Crack Whiteboard Test

Practice! Practice! and Practice! Whiteboard test is not about any trick, rather it is far more than being a programmer. It’s about being able to teach someone how an algorithm can solve a given problem. So, continuous practice is the key to crack the whiteboard test. Along with practice, one needs to be confident and bold enough to try new solutions in order to sharpen thinking capability.

  • Expertise on Algorithm and Data Structure. Knowing proper algorithm and data structure is essential to beat the whiteboard test. This can be done by practicing writing code on whiteboard or a paper and describing (eg. to your friend) what is happening on each line of code.
  • Think aloud. Write a fragment of code and echo it in your memory. Try to think on each fragment at a time. Don’t plan for a solution straight away. Slow down! Give your brain opportunity to think as a computer interprets a program.
  • Most interview questions are the basics of programming. Candidates are prompted to write code on whiteboard because they are either test very basic operations or not so complicated (if not easy). Sometimes, candidates forget to keep sufficient space on board. For example, a program needs twenty lines of code, and a candidate might think it can be solved in five lines, and finally, runs out of space.
  • Maintain the syntax and indentation of programming languages. Remember, every conditional statements, or loops have their own syntax of using in different programming languages. Every statement that has a colon (:), or semicolon (;) are part of the statement, and without it the program will show syntax error. So, forgetting such kind of small stuff can cost many points on interviews.
  • Iterate what you are doing. If you get stuck on a step solving a problem, try to iterate what you’ve done up to that point, who knows, the interviewer might think to help you by telling the next step.

Since most software companies rely on whiteboard test to hire employee, it is essential to ace this skill. Slicing a problem in some steps, using basic operations to follow along the steps, and good communication with the interviewer can make a interview successful.

Choosing Workspace for Software Developement

A full fledged work space is one of the most important things a software developer needs to increase his or her productivity. An effective workspace usually has some distinct characteristics as well as some room for customization. It can be a single software which assembles different parts of small programs (such as Adobe Dreamweaver for web development), or a set of small softwares that work together and communicate with each other (such as using both a text editor and a web browser simultaneously to design a webpage).

Preference VS. Choice

Various softwares and computer applications have really made this a matter of choice for a computer professional. Now, we have 30+ text editors, 25+ different word processors and many different softwares for graphics designing. As a result, in today’s IT career, it is more important to choose a work space or a software at random and be proficient in that work space.

As a programmer, one might have preference for Linux over OS X or Windows. One might feel the user experience of Mac far better than the other two. But, the real and foremost target of a software developer is to automate a task, or improve an algorithm so that it takes out less computer power. Taking this goal of a software developer, we can say that Linux, OS X, or Windows all three have their own pros and cons. There is nothing one can do and the other can’t. However, there are some methodical differences among these giant operating systems. And that subtle differences make the preference harder for a computer professional.

What Should We Expect From a Good Workspace

But is it a million dollar question? Not necessarily. My experience teaches me that some newbie programmers tend to be very choosy in selecting one between two, because they feel like there must be an operating system, or a software which will have no restrictions. But, at the end of the day, it becomes a matter of choice. Because everybody has their own personal tastes and preferences. Some of the important capabilities a good software should have are given below:

  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Syntax highlighting
  • Support for Different programming languages
  • Showing line numbers
  • Search and replace capability

Present softwares hardly lack any of these capabilities. So, stopping this war of workspaces, let’s build our potential on one software or workspace and develop greater computer applications.

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Career Path of a Web Developer

Web development as a career path has become so vast that there are tons of ways a newbie or a professional can make his career. Though this technical field is not so old, fields of improvements are increasing more and more. So, a programmer might have the question in mind — how a web developer starts working and what faces in his/her career path? In this post, I am going to answer this question extensively.

Web development career is a generalized term of two distinct fields; they are —

a) Front-End Web Developer
b) Back-End Web Developer

FE developers’ main concern is analyzing user experience. They typically observe how to improve user experience in a certain website. They implement a better format for a website, that captivates users’ attraction. Setting the menu bars in correct position, making hover effect on a link, smoothing scroll effect, fonts size, image optimizations are some of the elements a FE developer has to deal with.

A FE developer must know HTML, CSS, JavaScript at the very least. A basic, thought not functional, website is created using these three languages. In today’s software market, if one cannot deliver these three basic skills, they are not to go further any more. Two more CSS file compiler systems are LESS and SASS. If a developer can write a basic webpage using HTML, give it color by CSS, and provide some user input functionality using JavaScript, he is on the right track. And, if he is able to compile the CSS file using LESS or SASS, he has sufficient experience in designing website. There are some frameworks to make a FE developer’s task easier; Bootstrap is one of them. I recommend every web developer to learn Bootstrap to decorate websites more professionally. Since a newbie needs to learn the basic process of designing, he should learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, respectively. Other CSS compilers or frameworks need to be learned after learning these three languages.

Text-Editor: FE Developers

Text editors are a FE developer’s everyday companion. There are some sophisticated IDE (integrated Development Environment) for individual language based environment. If you want a powerful text editor with lightweight interface, I definitely recommend Sublime Text. Also, this editor is the first choice of 85% of current web developers. This editor has all the necessary functionalities a web developer need in the first place. Indentation functionality, syntax highlighting, 3rd party module integration, minimap are few of them.

On the other hand, a BE developer has to work with databases. They implement a website to the server, manage data, and other stuffs related to the management of the website. While FE developers use web languages to make websites look smart, BE developers are excelled in programming languages. Most used programming languages for backend development are C, C++, Ruby on Rail, Java and Python. These programming languages focus more in mathematical analysis rather the designing aspects. Most often, working in the backend of a website makes so vast amount of code which makes difficult to manage for programmers. To manage the current codes and improved version of codes, programmers depend on Github and BitBucket. They are two most popular version control system, where developers can collaborate with themselves, preserve data and source code for future experiment and so on. For this reason, after being skilled in a good programming language (eg. Ruby on Rail), a BE developer’s focus goes to learn Github or BitBucket to manage their code.

Text-Editor: BE Developers

Backend developers may use particular IDEs according to their programming language. Eclipse is the default and most used IDE for Java development. Also, IDEs like Netbeans or Komodo can be used for multiple languages. What a programmer looks for in a IDE is a good interpreter for that particular programming language. There are a lot other great IDEs for backend development. Different text editors and their functionalities are shown on the given image:

Text Editors and their functionality

Text Editors and their functionality

 

In this process, it is possible to excel in both front end and backend development, and those who have this potential are called ‘Full stack developer’. Though, becoming a full stack developer requires great expertise and problem solving skill, one can eventually become a full stack developer by regular practice and gaining experience.

Please comment below to let me know what you know about the web development career path.?

Process of Developing and Promoting a Software

Programming is indeed a tiresome work. The basic thing is to read the older code and make some improvement according to the users’ needs and expectations. Basically, all programmers tend to give a software or an application as much human friendly behavior as they can. But only programmers know how much effort it requires to make a software successful. Also, good programmers also know the fun of writing a good code, because they know how to classify the whole process into smaller parts and deal with every single of them. In this post, I will write about these smaller parts corresponding to a whole software development.

Paraphrasing the whole plan

I want to share with you all what I usually do before writing a program. I run similar program already available online or famous enough to know how the program works, and as a whole, how I will program my software to run. As a programmer, the most important task is to make user model that will be very familiar with the users. By using a virtual software more and more, users have developed some expectations that how a certain program can work. And we ought to fulfill their desire. I am coming to my point, plan and organize your plan and paraphrase that in a piece of paper. You can analyze some other similar program to develop your own idea. You can list the following:

  1. Plan how the menu bar will be aligned (if you have any). Also, how the dropdowns will appear under particular menu.
  2. Will your program cover the whole space of the window after executing or the user will have accessibility to reshape the window?
  3. How will the program do the given command? It may be a completely different process or something that is already used in alike software.
  4. Will the program show details of the process, or it will only show the result after executing the process?

Using clever programming languages

By this ‘clever’, I do not mean the language has to be intelligent. I mean the way you write has to be simple and creative. C, C++, C#, Java, Python are among the root programming languages almost every software built with. But what differs is that a good programmer writes the same language with strategy and many comments, where a regular programmer writes his codes without using any comments. Using comments is one of the most important things, because it helps one to keep track what is going on in that program and also helps other programmers to understand what the previous programmer meant by those codes. This makes the development process much easier. So always remember – “Complicated is stupid, simple is clever.”

Testing software in different platforms

After writing the software, you need to test this if there is still any error. For this, you have test the software in different platforms. As Windows, Linux, iOS are different operating systems in the present market, promoting your software needs the accessibility to work in all of these platforms. For this, you can call a seminar and call twenty volunteers and say them to run the software and play around with this. Observe how they tend to tackle with the program, how they expected the program would be or if they find something annoying about this. Remember, making a software is only the start to the way. The next stoppage is spending a lot of effort for developing software. Most often programmers find themselves a number of errors in their programs. This is not bad, it’s only good start for the best.

Promoting your software

After making a good software, the later step is to promote this. For this, you may share your program in Google Store or Stackoverflow. Another convincing idea to promote your software is to write some blogs (also you can make a whole website) describing how the software can make works easy for users and how you wrote your program to solve critical issues. You can also compare with other software if they lack one or more important features that your software offers.

Conclusion

A basic mistake programmers do is that they do not want to read how a software was made. And this makes the difference in the development process. They tend to write the whole program from the beginning, because writing a program can be fun, where reading what was written or how the previous programmers wanted to write is more tiring. But, the previous version was somewhere successful with its errors for some time being, and making the same software from the beginning is the possibility of making another mistake.

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