Every week I come across some great articles. Here are some of the posts I feel you will enjoy reading as much as I did.
There are a lot of reasons to ensure that a website is accessible. Bruce Lawson shares 16 tips to improve accessibility. There is also a 6-minute video with Leonie Watson using her screen reader to navigate his site.
Continuing with the theme of accessibility Austin Gil examines the proper semantics to build an HTML form.
If you have had difficulty understanding the SOLID principles, you need to see these real world examples with illustrations of the SOLID principles by Oleksii Trekhleb.
Kyle Shevlin has a great example of how functional programming can help reduce the cyclomatic complexity of your program.
Adam Giebl has made a tool to generate Soft-UI CSS code to achieve Neumorphic effects.
If you are a programmer, you would have heard of the Big O notation. But have you heard about Big L notation? Shawn Wang sketches out the Big L notation which plots your learning as a function of N years of experience with P peers.
Hope you enjoy reading these articles as much as I did.