The sickeningly entertaining coding drag queen uses copy and paste to create a website in HTML, CSS, and JS.
With a few hundred lines of code, Chris Williams of The Register gives an illustrated view of nuclear fission.
Programming is great but have you learnt how to code in Python while listening to ASMR?
The New York coding school compiled a list of 15 organisations who “actively support black coders”.
No one messes with Engineer Man and he showed a scammer who was boss with his nifty coding skills.
Jason Hoffman of CSS Tricks took a trip down memory lane this week to look at the history of CSS. Hoffman’s article A Look Back at the History of CSS gives an account of how we came to style websites in the first place. From Marc Andreessen claiming there was no way to style a …
To mark DatCode’s first birthday, we caught up with the founder: Jer’Maine Jones, Jr. and discussed his origins as a coder, his thoughts on diversity in Silicon Valley and what gave him the impetus to start a community for black coders. Logicface: Tell us how your coding journey began. Jer’Maine Jones, Jr.: It actually began in …