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And that's a wrap for my journey through ODIN Project's curriculum. The topics which are not yet religiously covered include Forms and Sanitization, Testing, Security Configuration, advanced usage of Webpack and design patterns like SOLID. They are ought to be covered when building the upcoming personal web app side project.
The project idea is not yet completely decided but it's roughly gonna be a blog coded from scratch with Vue.js (Yet to learn), and all the other tooling and stack I've come across through course and other materials. It will include additional components like a commenting system, a minimal Ask Me Anything forum just to itch and practise out all that I've learnt in theory till now.
Winter is Coming, and this time it's for code 🍻
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It's crazy how complicated the “modern web” has become...
Is realizing this complexity and getting hang of it and then choosing the best ones out of the wilderness depending on product case is what developers especially in open source-based companies paid mainly for?