Websites with Angular and .NET Framework Setup

Building your own website from scratch is easy they said. That would be true if there weren't so many things that make you bang your head against the wall in one of the first phases of a web site development lifecycle.

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The CSS flexbox model

In one of my previous posts, which you can find here, we learned about the CSS box model. Now it's time to talk about something even more advanced: the flexbox model, which I believe was introduced with CSS3.

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Angular Material sidenav menu with icons only when closed

In this post, we are going to take a look at an Angular sidenav menu, with the added twist that, when it's closed, it will allow us to have the menu icons displayed.

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Dynamic social media tags with Angular 7

If you've ever built a website that you also wanted to share on Facebook or other social media platforms, then what I am about to talk about will probably spark some memories...

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5 problems with Agile and how to fix them

As someone who has worked in Agile environments for the last 6 or so years, I've seen a lot of situations where this methodology is actually quite useful. However, it isn't without fault. Even the creators admitted that the Agile methodology has failed.

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The Impostor Syndrome and how it helped me go the way of working remotely

If I were to tell you that 3 months and 2 weeks into my first job I realized that it won't be long term, you'd think I was lying. If I were to also tell you that I once quit a job because of a song, you'd think I was crazy.

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