React Preview CLI, Responsive navbar tutorial using HTML CSS & JS, Car Game by Bruno Simon.


Site of the Week

1) Responsive navbar tutorial using HTML CSS & JS

Kevin Powell tutorial on how to create responsive Navbar with HTML and CSS.


The spreadsheet with superpowers Slick design. Built-in integrations. Revolutionary sharing. Rows reinvented spreadsheets so teams do more, crazy fast.

3) React Preview CLI

React Preview helps you preview any React component in your codebase.

4) Quiz App with React + GSAP

AQuiz App with React + GSAP by Mert Cukuren.

5) Car Game by Bruno Simon

6)Building a multi-select component

A foundational overview of how to build a responsive, adaptive, and accessible, multiselect component for sort and filter user experiences by Adam Argyle.

7) Flowrift

A growing library for tailwind CSS components.

8)Mistakes I’ve seen as a Technical Interviewer

I’ve interviewed new grads looking for their first software engineering role. It seems like yesterday that I was also on the job hunt, so being on the other side of the table was a surreal experience. It’s given me a new perspective on what companies are looking for. During these interviews, I’ve noticed some patterns that candidates fall into. In this post, I’ll be discussing some that could make or break the interviewer’s final decision.

Here are the mistakes I’ve seen new grads make during their technical interviews.