With the 2018 year coming to an end, I wanted to take a moment to appreciate the guest content that was submitted and published on The Polyglot Developer this year. While I love sharing technical content with everyone, I love it even more when the community gets involved and does the same.
Let’s take a look at the guest tutorials that appeared on the blog and the guest authors that wrote them.Read More
After having thought about it for quite some time, I’ve finally decided to start a developer user group in my home town of Tracy, California. This group titled, The Tracy Developer Meetup, was started to give developers living outside of the Bay Area, a chance to collaborate with other developers in the same position.
If you’re unfamiliar with Tracy, it is a town about 1.5 hours from San Francisco and Mountain View, but significantly more affordable and home to many engineers that commute to the Bay Area for work.Read More
I’ve been writing developer related content for a few years now, most of which I distribute for free. Sure I have some donation requests around this blog, but I never demand any and I try not to force it on you. I enjoy helping the developer community, and more, I enjoy creating a healthy developer community that helps each other.
This is a short story on how the developer community that I created, heard my request for help, and offered to lend me their skills.Read More