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Top 10 Web Code Geeks posts for 2016

2016 is coming to its end, and it has definitely been a great year for Web Code Geeks. Our community continues to rapidly grow and attract web developers all over the world. Thank you for your support so far!

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Now, following the tradition started last year, we are compiling the top Web Code Geeks for the year that just passed.

The ranking of the posts was based on the absolute number of page views per post, not necessarily unique.

So, let’s see in ascending order the top posts for 2016.

10) Object Oriented Javascript Tutorial
While typically programming is a set of rules based on certain actions and logic, with time, programmers realized that everyday problems might need a somehow different approach in order to be solved efficiently. That is where Object Oriented Programming comes to play. But what is OOP? Let’s discuss it below!

9) How to Start a Blog with WordPress (Step by Step Guide for Blog Hosting)
Blogging has surged in popularity in recent years. Companies and individuals are using blogging in order to express their voices and connect with their audience. Most of this is performed on the popular WordPress platform. WordPress is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system. WordPress was used by more than 23.3% of the top 10 million websites as of January 2015.

8) 81 jQuery Interview Questions and Answers – The ULTIMATE List
Without a doubt, jQuery has given a much needed boost to JavaScript, a language so useful but equally underrated at times. Before jQuery came into the picture, we used to write lengthy JavaScript code not just for bigger but even for smaller functionality. That code was at times both difficult to read and maintain. Having written JavaScript before using this excellent library, we realized the true power of jQuery. This article has been designed specially to get you acquainted with the nature of questions you may encounter during your interview.

7) Python Tutorial for Beginners
Let’s talk about Python. If you want to learn Python from scratch, this tutorial will be a good read for you. By using Python 3.4.3 (which you can download here), we’ll see the basics of this awesome language. This tutorial expects you to have some basic knowledge of programming. And knowing any other language will be a big plus.

6) Web Developer Interview Questions And Answers
The aim of this article is to provide a wide range of questions that a web developer can be asked during a job interview. Preparing for a job interview can be a daunting process if the scope of what is to be asked is so large. Web development includes a considerable set of skills and langauges, and an interview of this scale is sure to be all inclusive regarding the various web technologies.

5) Python Django Tutorial
Django is an open source web framework which solves most common problems of a web application development. It has some very useful features like an auto generated admin page and an ORM. It’s a high-level framework, so we just need to focus on the actual core logic of our business and let Django take care of mappings, filters and such. It works by defining some standards that, if you follow them, will make the application’s development so much easier and faster.

4) Quickstart: Angular2 with TypeScript and Gulp
Angular2 is around the corner. The new version of the framework is much simpler to learn thanks to easier and more concise concepts like component-based architecture, new dependency injection or built-in modularity. In this step-by-step tutorial you will learn how how to get started with Angular2 with TypeScript and Gulp. Source code available on Github.

3) The Best Web Programming Languages to Learn
The web has been around for many years now, but the real advancements and innovation from it are being seen this last decade. Everything just seems to have gotten better and more productive as both programmers and technology put efforts into creating some fundamental standards everyone would follow to work on the web. In this article, we inspect the most important aspect of the modern web, programming languages, which form the core of every single web page we see on the internet every day.

2) How to become a Web Developer – A Comprehensive Guide
In this article we’ll be providing in-depth information on how to become a Web Developer. Well, I don’t have to tell you that web development is one of the most exciting fields in the world right now. For a career that has only been around for twenty years or less, it has not only been a major field of interest, but has also changed our daily life in ways that one would never have thought.

1) 65 JavaScript Interview Questions and Answers – The ULTIMATE List
Have you wondered what are the most common Javascript questions developers are asked in interviews? Well, in this article we’re going to go through some of the most anticipated questions (and their answers) to help you get going in job interviews and make a good impression with your knowledge. JavaScript developers are in high demand in the IT world. If this is the role that best expresses your knowledge and professionalism, you have a lot of opportunities to change the company you work for and increase your salary. But before you are hired by a company, you have to demonstrate your skills in order to pass the interview process.

So, that would be all! I hope you enjoyed this folks. Our top posts for 2016. We would love to see you around again and have your support and love in the year to come. If you haven’t done it already, subscribe to our newsletter for more web technologies updates!

Stay tuned for more Web Code Geeks surprises within the new year. It is going to be… legendary!

Happy new year everyone! From the whole Web Code Geeks team, our best wishes!

Be well,

Ilias Tsagklis

Ilias is a software developer turned online entrepreneur. He is co-founder and Executive Editor at Web Code Geeks.
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