We've all been there. A webpage that was working stops working, or one that was broken suddenly starts working without any obvious changes. If you've had this happen, one of the first things you should probably suspect is a caching issue.
When we started Complete Developer Podcast we never expected it to grow into what we have today. It's been 5 years since we published our first episode back when we were recording with one Blue Yeti mic between the two of us.
In the early days, the file system was used a lot more than it is now. However, you are probably still going to have to use the filesystem periodically, and you need to be aware of some of the things that can happen.
Do you ever get frustrated when trying to make a presentation or convince your team at work about a certain way to do something but keep getting derailed by irrelevant points? You may be facing attacks from someone who is using logical fallacies in their arguments.
If you've been on a team for very long, you probably know who the best developers are. While you probably also understand that this takes years of diligent work, there are things you can start doing today that will drastically improve the way you look to management and to your team.
Most developers have a decent salary, but some still struggle to make ends meet each month. Whether it is from lack of planning, poor decisions, or lack of impulse control they just can't seem to get their minds around how to use their money.
Early on in your development career, you probably saw a report at some point showing how much senior developers are paid. While the high pay can be nice, there are aspects of many senior developer jobs that you want to avoid. In short, there are things that are more important to your quality of life and sanity than your pay.
It seems like most developers these days are pretty comfortable with relational databases. However, not everything can (or should) fit neatly into a relational model. For various reasons, a NoSql database that stores documents may be a much better solution.
You've been at the company for several years with lots of value brought in but aren't seeing it in your pay check. You are enjoying working from home and want to make it a permanent thing at your workplace. You've decided to buy that new car but hate high pressure salesmen. Welcome to the world of negotiation...
Lots of developers will tell you that they aren't very good at design. While that may be true, it turns out that we all still have to do basic UI work in our jobs.