There’s a short comic floating around the Twitterverse that pokes fun at Functional Programming nerds. It’s often on my mind because I find it absolutely hilarious. It’s a subtle, subversive, and surreal kind of comedy. I can’t exactly explain why I find it so funny, but I do. See it for yourself.
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The Internet is the future! Or so people have been saying for decades now. They’re not wrong – for most people it is an important part of their daily lives now. Whether it’s Facebook, YouTube, or the probably do the same thing tomorrow, and the day after bakery around the corner, odds are you’ve looked at a dozen websites today already, and you will.
Many of us have fixed internet habits that won’t change easily. However, what will change is the Internet itself. Web developers know this better than most – requirements and standards are constantly changing and evolving, and what was great 5 years ago, is now dated at best.
More so than most industries, in web development you need to keep up with the trends. And what those web development trends are? Well there are many. Unhelpful, I know. So here are some of the stronger web development trends for 2017, the ones that there’ll be no escaping from.
Nowadays a lot of people are left without jobs or can’t find a steady position. That’s why many of them are turning to the Internet and decide to become front-end developers and web designers. They’ve heard there’s some serious money involved and want to get paid. But, deciding you want to become something isn’t the same as learning it, and the sooner people realize that the better. There are two question you need to ask yourself – should I become a web designer or front-end developer, and how? – and here are the answers.