You don’t have to be a programmer to laugh at their humor.

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Programmers code all day, debug all night and go through thousands of code lines. But it doesn’t mean programming is what they all know and good at.

They all have a sense of humor that can make us all laugh even if we’re not a programmer.


A little comedy for all of us right now.

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It takes a fellow programmer to understand the hardships of another programmer. But it doesn’t mean, the same can be said of their jokes.

1. The book that made you cry

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2. Programmers are safe

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A shortlist you can copy and paste so you can work less, stress less, and relax more doing work you enjoy

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When people ask me how I make a full-time living on the internet which allows me the freedom to live wherever I want and work whenever I want, there are certain responses I hear a lot.

“I wish I could do that but I don’t know how” or “I can’t think of a good business idea” And my favorite, “Isn’t making money on the internet all a scam!?”

From now on, if I hear any of this (and they’re genuinely interested) I’ll just send them to this very post.

When it comes to starting an online business to increase your…


3. Make your thoughts come to life

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Writing and journaling are among the many things that successful people do daily. It is a great opportunity to connect with your thoughts. It is something that I do every single day and I know it will have an incredible impact on your life as well.

Let’s get into it

1. It’s personal

One of the many pros of writing is that it is so personal to you. Nobody can tell you what you can or cannot write about.

I enjoy writing pieces based on self-development, health, and mindset (obviously). But you can write about anything you want. You can write poetry, novels…


I set myself a self-discipline challenge that produced some great results.

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I am honestly still amazed that something as simple as cutting out time-wasters in my life, over a very short time-frame, has had such a positive impact on me.

Since finishing the challenge, I’ve really “upped my game” and my productivity is still through the roof. Due to the success, I have experienced in this area, I’ve streamlined my operations and brought together all my positive, productive ideas, for maximum results.

Today, I want to get quite personal and share with you all the positive habits and ideas that I have implemented in my life in order to get more…


Useful online developer tools I love to use.

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I’ve been developing websites for years, and I don't believe that keeping the tools that I use to myself will give me a strong advantage in the job market competition.

I know how web development can be really frustrating, but we can make our jobs a little faster and quicker with the help of online tools.

So I’m happy to share the tools that I use that make my web development tasks easier.

1. Metatags.io

I use this tool to test and view my website's preview when viewed on Google, Facebook, or Twitter. …


With less error and less frustration.

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As a web developer, I can’t possibly remember all syntax, methods, etc., of programming or framework. I admit it, but most of the time, I use cheat sheets to help me code faster and code better, with fewer mistakes ahead.

Whether you are a new or an expert web developer, I hope you’ll find these cheat sheets useful to your daily web development task. Let’s get started.

This cheat sheet will come in handy if you are learning HTML5 and have no idea where to begin. …


Some are true but still funny.

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As a programmer, I understand how things can easily turn upside down in our codes. One simple mistake, we are bound to spend hours, days, even weeks, finding a solution.

So, I spent all night thinking about how can I cheer up a fellow programmer experiencing a bad day. I know this isn’t enough, but hopefully, I can make you laugh.

1. Question: What two words every programmer learned to code first?
Answer: “Hello, world.”

2. Question: What is the most popular programming problem?
Answer: Missing a Semicolon.

3. Question: Where did programmers learn to program?
Answer: At Stackoverflow University.


Form builders that I used in the past.

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As a web developer that provide freelance services, I used and tested different form builders more than I can remember. Some are good, simple, some are paid, but they all serve their purpose fair enough.

To help you choose what form builder you can use on your website, I made a list of form builders that I frequently used for my clients.

1. Google Forms

As a developer, I need to save lots of reports and share them with my colleagues and seniors. …


If you’re new to programming, you’ll find this helpful.

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When I learned to code, I didn’t have many resources available right off the bat. Not that I didn’t have the resources to begin with, but only a few experts in programming are sharing their skills and giving out free tips to beginners.

But learning these days has changed so much 5 years ago. As long as you have free time, determination to learn, you can learn any programming language at your own timeframe.

I’ve collected 12 Youtube channels that you can watch to learn some tricks or master a programming language for free:

You can learn CSS and SVG…

Josef Cruz

Entrepreneur, coder, husband, father. I spend my days on the web learning and sharing information across the globe.

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