How do you practice your newly acquired skills if no one wants to trust you and help you build on them? You take advantage of a failed job interview and you invest all your skills, not just the new ones, to create an awesome result!
Ever since I moved to Vancouver (Canada) in last November, I was faced with the task of finding a job as a Front End developer. And according to Canadian job market, a front end developer should have some level of knowledge in MVC frameworks. The most famous of them all: AngularJS.
Vertical alignment is one of the most common tasks for anyone converting a design into an HTML page. Back in the days, it used to be tables! Tables used to be the solution to any problem regarding layouts. Although it is not yet widely supported, CSS3 brought us new solutions to our problems, one of them is: Vertical alignment and positioning in CSS.
Choosing the best front-end framework is often one of the hardest things a front-developer has to do. The choice is often backed up by a lot of research, but there is always second guessing.