🏛️ Join Pesto Townhall this Saturday and weekly fun resources for your week
I've curated a few fun reads here for you + shared an invitation for our townhall in case you're curious about the program.
We've got a fantastic event coming up this Saturday to answer your questions about the Pesto Plus program, which is designed for young developers to create an early impact.
- 25 Weeks Program
- Structured, Flexible Curriculum
- 1:1 Mentorship Sessions
- Weekend Live Lectures
The event takes place at 6:30 PM IST and is totally free. We'll also be joined by a few developers who are part of the 1st cohort of the Plus program.
🤓 Learning Resources
3 articles curated to take your coding skills to the next level
There comes a time in every developer's journey, when you have to leave tutorials behind and use developer documentation. But this can be very intimidating and dense, especially to beginners. In this video, developer and longtime programming tutor Farish will walk you through how to use this essential part of the developer toolkit.
Preparing for an interview for a ReactJS developer role. This awesome database of questions is the best place to start. A lot of devs have cracked many interviews by only studying this list.
A classic and must-read book for programmers where it concerns the most challenging parts of the programmer's career: writing scalable and maintainable software and scaling themselves as professionals.
🧑🍳 Pesto Corner
We’ve just launched a video made by curating interviews of Pesto fellows. No actors - real people, real stories. Watch this video now!
It’s the most authentic way we believe we could reach out to you to share what we’ve been building for you.
One tool that helps developers work better:
Warp is a blazingly fast, trust-based terminal reimagined from the ground up to work as a modern app. Edit your commands like in a modern code editor with selections, cursor positioning, and completion menus. Replace wikis with native terminal notebooks that mix documentation and CLI commands.
Hope you found value here, I’ll get back with some more interesting recommendations next time. :)