Covid happened and lots of lives have changed. Many are now looking for work remotely. How can you stand out? How to you land the interview? What should you do? Allow me to share a few things I have noticed about working remotely. Bet you never thought about it like this…


I have found it hard to live in just one system. With so much transitions I found out that the big dogs fall short when it comes to productivity and performance. The back lid might have a bitten fruit or you might have the newest GPU on a custom windows 10 build. Trust me I have tried it all! Even some stuff you probably never even heard of but as a dev nothing matters more than the freedom, connectivity and speed of a terminal. So which system should you live in and why? Does it matter? As a developer all…


As a new comer to the development space I recall feeling over whelmed by the amount of time it would take me to complete a project. Working at a development company focused on CMS systems with PHP, my Front End/CSS skills were abysmal. My code was too long and a mess. Filled with repetitious code that looked as messy as spilled spaghetti.

At times I also found myself writing the same CSS code, project after project which is obviously not efficient if your building multiple projects at a time. Why not just use a framework you say? Bootstrap? Or Foundation…

Miguel Angel Enciso Sanchez

Just trying to change the world one line of code at a time.. Hoping to join other coders as we help shape the world with new tech on my Full Stack journey.

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