Another month has passed and more posts have been published. Here’s a recap of this month’s blog posts.
Jekyll is a static site generator that you can use to set up a blog within minutes. If you are looking for a theme for your Jekyll blog, there are 5 websites that have themes available for you to use in this post.
The Pomodoro technique is one of the most popular techniques for maximizing productivity and staying focused. One person added his own twist to it and spends his breaks watching one episode of anime. You can read this post to find out more and my thoughts on it after trying it out.
Adobe adopted a subscription model for their services and that can really eat into your wallet overtime. However, there are alternative products available that can do some of the same things adobe products can for free or for a one-time purchase as seen in the chart.
Trying to come up with project ideas for practice programming can be difficult. I found 5 pages that have compiled a list of projects for you to look at. Hopefully this should inspire you and help you come up with some ideas.
Learning is a skill you can improve. This course teaches you effective learning techniques to achieve that. It is free on Coursera and open to anyone who is interested.
If you are ever interested in knowing what frameworks, services and other technology a website uses to run, wappalyzer can help with that. Install its extension and with a click of a button, you can see all of the details possible.
I tried LinkedIn Premium for a month and explored what it had to offer. I then reviewed each of its features and determined whether or not it was worth going premium. In the end, I think it is too expensive for what it offers and the linked article explains why.
I am hoping to keep up my writing habits for the month of June and post more. Stay tuned for more content!