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Build a Developer Blog with Gatsby

Laurie Barth

Build a stand-alone developer blog that leverages MDX and Theme UI. Throughout the course, you’ll learn how to build a blazing-fast, secure site with accessibility and SEO in mind.

Optimize your Learning

Learning Tips Every Developer Should Know

Learning will be a constant in your career no matter what you decide to do, especially if you are breaking into tech.

There are a number of tried and true methods that will allow you to learn more efficiently so that you can keep up with the industry. These evergreen methods will serve you well no matter your level of expertise.

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Fresh Course

Accessible Cross-Browser CSS Form Styling

Stephanie Eckles・1h 52m・Course
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Learn Serverless

Netlify Serverless Functions and Hasura

Jason Lengstorf・1h 27m・Course
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Ship anywhere

Containerize Apps with Docker

Joel Lord ・1h 24m・Course
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Create AI-powered Transcripts

Video Analysis App with NextJS and Symbl.ai

Vladimir Novick・38m・Course

Add Conversation Intelligence to your video or voice application without training Machine Learning models.

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Content Management System

Headless WordPress with GraphQL

Kevin Cunningham・59m・Course

You and your clients will be able to take advantage of WordPress's content editing experience, without having to settle for a cookie-cutter theme on the frontend.

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Portfolio Project

Introduction to Cloudflare Workers

Kristian Freeman

Create and deploy a Cloudflare Worker that will examine the request for location data, and render HTML featuring information for the closest concert taking place based on the nearest regional Cloudflare Location.

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Accept Payments and Sell Products

Create an eCommerce Store with Next.js and Stripe Checkout

Colby Fayock

E-commerce is here to stay and as professional developers we need to understand how to build fully custom stores for our clients using the best modern tools available.

Amazon Web Services

Deep Dive into AWS 🤯

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has over 165 services. Not sure where to start? Let these courses guide you through quickly getting up and running on AWS.

Community Resource

Learn Something New

A Community Resource is a course that is free to access for all. The instructor of this course requested it to be open to the public.

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Portfolio Blog

Build a site from scratch with Next.js, TypeScript, Emotion and Netlify

Tomasz Łakomy

Use cutting-edge tools and leverage the best developer experience provided by Next.js to build your developer portfolio blog.

Accessible Portfolio Pieces

Start Building Accessible Web Applications Today

Marcy Sutton・2h 7m ・ Course

    Accessible React Applications

    Develop Accessible Web Apps with React

    Erin Doyle・1h 28m・Course
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      Protect Your Application

      Web Security Essentials: MITM, CSRF, and XSS

      Mike Sherov・50m・Course

      Security is important, yet it is often overlooked and forgotten. In this course, you'll learn how to protect your application by learning how to attack it.

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      Mind-Expanding

      Composing Closures and Callbacks in JavaScript

      John Lindquist

      This course is for aspiring lead developers. John Lindquist guides you from a blank JavaScript file all the way through creating a library of reusable functions, solving Callback Hell with composition, implementing debouncing, and building a word game among several other examples.

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      Techniques and Patterns for React Teams

      Scale React Development with Nx

      Juri Strumpflohner・1h 40m・Course

      On the surface, starting a project sounds easy. First you make some directories, install some dependencies, then you write some code. But there's a bit more to it than just those three steps. The type of project you're working on impacts the decisions you make.