This post will describe the software that I use often while developing websites. Sublime Text 2 When I began developing I used Adobe Dreamweaver for all of my coding and found it a solid platform to learn code as the syntax support is excellent. Now I am more experienced I find Dreamweaver too ‘bulky’ for my needs. It is for this reason I turned to Sublime Text 2, it is much less resource intensive than Dreamweaver and I find that it has all the features I could possible need when writing Applications.
I had always wondered what would be expected of me in my first Web Development role, would I be given a few months to get up to scratch? Would I be thrown in at the deep end? Or would it be a gradual slope of steady work that increased in difficulty and volume as my skills progressed? I Suppose the answer could be any of the above and possibly more depending on your boss, your company and their workload at the time of your joining the company. What I would like to do is share my experiences during my first … Continue reading
It is a situation all students and developers are far too aware of, you spend hours sifting through every line of code and rattling your brain for the ‘complicated’ solution that just won’t seem to materialise. Then, all of a sudden, you realise that the solution to the problem you have wasted two days on was as simple as a missing element or mis-spelled word I am no stranger to this situation and I spent countless nights sat in front of my MacBook fixing a peice of coursework when I should be tucked up in bed. I did however encounter … Continue reading