We’ve heard of FAANG (Microsoft counts too, but isn’t in that abbreviation for apparent reasons, maybe FAMANG.) and we’ve also heard of awesome Y-Combinator backed Startups that rocked the world (think Airbnb). The thing these companies usually have in common is that they usually are tech companies and this is where you —as a developer gets thrown in the middle.
In this post, I’m not going to pitch one side of the argument as the devil and the other as the angel, no. …
So many times I’ve seen blog posts outlining why a developer should contribute to Open Source Projects and well, no matter how many pages or lines that post is, it all sums up to one thing:
Contributing to Open Source Projects adds credibility to your portfolio.
You could fix bugs or perhaps find a new feature you think Node.js ought to have whichever you do, it’ll still count as a contribution. …