How to use React.JS – React Smooth Scroll

Here, I’ve put together (what I had hoped to be a small video, but went a bit longer than I figured) a video explaining how to utilize the React Smooth Scroll within your React project. All of the information I cover is from scotch.io, per a blog post by a James Quick (he has a few different posts, please be sure to give em all a look). The link to this page is below. For me, it’s easiest to learn via watching, not reading, so I felt it a necessity to create a simple video on this as others approach learning the same way. I’m by no means taking this information as my own, I’m simply putting it in video form. 🙂 Now I did miss a few things in this video. I didn’t mention that I use VSCode as my editor, and for more details on React Smooth Scroll, be sure to check out the repo for it (lin

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Software Anti-Patterns: How to destroy a codebase for developers

Ex-Google Tech Lead explains examples of spaghetti code and other eggcelent coding malpractices that will rot your codebase into extenuating eggs. Let me know your favorite coding anti-patterns in the comments below, would love to hear! 💇 SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL 💇 ‣ For more tech career & interview tips & tricks, check out TechLead: Season 1 Complete HD available for purchase. https:// Here’s my tech setup (★★★★★): My Desk Lamp: https://amzn.to/2xDguWy My Mouse: https://amzn.to/2DrGuJD My Keyboard: https://amzn.to/2xEOaTy My Camera: https://amzn.to/2W5dm0k My Macbook: https://amzn.to/2OuKJFj My Headpho

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What do software engineers actually do? (it’s not just coding)

Tech lead Patrick Shyu explains what programmers actually do at work. In fact, many of the top senior software engineers don’t even code. For students and anyone looking to get into the field, this may help you understand the variety of work that software engineers do and the breakdown of their days. There’s actually a lot involved in being a “coder,” — it’s not just sitting in front of a computer programming by yourself, even though that may be your experience very early on. In an organization, teamwork & communication become very important issues, and there are a wide variety of tasks that are involved. The senior engineers eventually will be primarily reviewing code or proposing new initiatives, and not even code anymore. As every engineer is expected to become “senior,” don’t ju

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