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Software developers need a variety of text snippets in their day-to-day work. This course aims to cover the most essential ones that every developer should know by heart, independent of the programming languages and tools they are using. The covered technologies include Markdown, Emmet, and regular expressions.
Markdown has become ubiquitous in developer workflows. Master this lesson to become familiar with the most essential constructs.
Even if you are not a web developer, you will sometimes come in contact with HTML. Learn these basic tags to know your way around.
If you want to go the extra mile when crafting your issue descriptions and other Markdown content, you should take this lesson.
An important part of regular expressions is to specify how often a character or sequence should occur. This lesson will teach you how.
If you sometimes have to write HTML, knowing basic Emmet syntax is a must. It is supported by all major editors and IDEs. Learning a couple of snippets via this lesson will result in huge productivity and conv…
HTTP response codes have even made it into mainstream memes. As a developer, you should make sure that you know the most frequent ones.
Regular expressions can be a powerful ally when you know how to make use of them. Many use cases are enabled by lookarounds that you will learn in this lesson.
Regex is a complex topic that goes far beyond this course. However, every developer can profit from knowing at least these common special character codes.
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