In many development shops, Single Page Applications (or SPAs) are the user interface of choice, especially if they are already in use in other systems. While this is often a laudable and reasonable choice, it's a good idea to understand the tradeoffs of going with this approach.
You've made it, you've accomplished your goals. Now what? How do you continue to be successful? Success and failure are intertwined and success if not stable can lead to failure.
If you are lucky, someone will tell you what they actually want on a dashboard when they tell you to make one. If you're unlucky, you probably are going to have to figure it out as you go. Thankfully, there are some principles you can apply that will help you create application dashboards that are useful.
Breaches of payment systems are extremely serious. It's a great way not only to have major business problems, but to look like an idiot in front of all your clients, while causing them all kinds of headaches, including potentially emptying their bank accounts.
A major security vulnerability will be found in someone's web application this week. The OWASP Top Ten list of web application vulnerabilities has recently been updated.
When you started your career, you might well have been in awe of the senior developers, at least for the first job or two. Later, you might still be impressed with some of them, but others will seem like they were promoted past their abilities.
HTTP or hypertext transfer protocol is a protocol for transferring documents: HTML, images, etc. between a client, usually a web browser and a server. HTTP verbs or HTTP methods are codified forms of communication in the client-server relationship.
Towards the tail end of covid times (or still in the middle of them, depending on where you live), a lot of news articles started talking about a phenomenon called The Great Resignation. While you probably have a rough idea of what's going on, it's well worth further discussion, because many of its implications are going to reverberate in the software industry for years to come.
Critical thinking is about knowing how to organize and understand a problem or decision and come to conclusion. It is necessary for avoiding cognitive bias in advanced problem solving skills and decision making.
Meetings are a fact of life and nearly everyone could improve the way that they take notes. There is nothing worse than sitting through a long meeting and then later having to ask a bunch of questions that were answered in that meeting. It wastes time and leads to a lot of mistakes.