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The 14 habits of highly effective developers (Part 1)

Introduction Many believe that transitioning from an effective Junior-level developer to a mid-level is just a matter of time and experience. Truth is that the line separating these 2 kinds of developers is very thin and subjective. This article is not going to add more to the endless debate on “What exactly defines a mid-level developer”. To be honest, I firmly believe that something that can shift one’s mindset and help in transitioning one from a Junior to a Mid-level or Senior developer is habits: ...

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The 14 habits of highly effective developers (Part 2)

Introduction This is the second part of the “The 14 habits of highly effective developers” series. You can also read the first part here, or in dev.to In the first part of “The 14 habits of highly effective developers” series, we began showing the power of habits in a developer’s every day life and how can we benefit from incorporating simple yet crucial changes into our job, aiming to benefit the most and help leveling up our careers as software engineers. ...

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Getting started with Angular Material - Creating a custom Dialog Component

Angular is a popular framework for building single-page, interactive applications. With Angular gaining more popularity, we have the opportunity to use libraries that provide us with built-in UI components that allow us to focus on the code that will make our app stand out. ;) In this tutorial, we will examine how to use Angular Material in order to build a clean and reusable dialog component. We will focus on reusability, meaning that we will build a single custom dialog component that we will call when needed via a service class. ...