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Best roadmaps for developers 2024 Edition
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This post was updated on June 23, 2024.

The best part that you are reading my blog is that I don't need to convince you with tons of resources like a dirty trickster to follow me. The resources I share with you are the best roadmaps for programming languages I found, now in 2024. Those are my personal preferences, and here are not all the language programming, only the ones I'm interested in according to my career, but I'm sure you will find them useful.

Jose CerrejonAbout 2 minDeveloperphplaravelfrontend
Godot Engine to develop your own video games
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Godot Engine Logo

I'm going to tell you a story.

One day, at my grandmother’s house, my father brought a device that was connected to the TV. It was a ZX Spectrum 48k. After plugging it in and watching them load the cassette tapes (with a sound that was a little weird) and playing on the TV, I fell in love with this new machine. I had already seen an Atari with the Pong, but this was another level.

Jose CerrejonAbout 4 minDeveloperDeveloperGodotEngineVideogames
SOLID principles PHP Edition. Today, Dependency Inversion Principle
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Dependency Inversion Principle. Generated with AI and modified later.

Finally, we reach the last principle of the SOLID series. The Dependency Inversion Principle is the most complex of all, but I'll try to explain it in a simple way.

Jose CerrejonAbout 2 minDeveloperPHPSOLIDDeveloperDesign Patterns
SOLID principles PHP Edition. Today, Liskov Substitution Principle
Liskov Substitution Principle
Liskov Substitution Principle. Generated with AI.

In the noble art of coding, you should remember the SOLID principles always. Sometimes, I forget some of them, so here is a brief explanation of each principle:

Jose CerrejonAbout 2 minDeveloperPHPSOLIDDeveloperDesign Patterns
Dependency injection pattern explained like you're 5
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Why did I choose that example for explaining dependency injection?. Generated with AI.

Today I was asked this question in a job interview, and I found it to be a very simple way to explain dependency injection. Here's the explanation I gave, a bit more detailed (I'm sure it blew my interviewer's mind):

Jose CerrejonLess than 1 minuteDeveloperDeveloperpattern