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RequireBIN is a community of tech-savvy professionals focused on improving web development and tech accessibility. Our members are passionate about the common purpose of fostering the communication flow in the IT-market by sharing inspirational and actionable ideas to sustain this niche. The RequireBIN community united individuals with versatile backgrounds, ingenious ideas, and unwavering determination to create a stronger and more creative environment to advocate for a culture of openness and inclusivity within the IT niche.

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An open network of application & software developers looking to improve their programming skills and accelerate innovation through online presentations, workshops, and facilitated discussions.

A group of like-minded IT professionals gathered to discuss, develop, and collaborate on web development and technology standards across a global network.

Web development blog

"If you want to master something, teach it." (Richard Feynman)

A career in web development is one of those jobs that requires continuous learning and self-development.

Given the sheer amount of web programming languages, tools, and frameworks available these days, staying ahead in this field can be challenging. Solving problems on one’s own can be daunting and time-consuming, too.

For that reason, those who are in the development field, or want to gain a basic understanding of it, regularly follow popular web development blogs for the latest standards, news, or useful techniques.

Reading about how different professionals managed to solve certain problems can be incredibly helpful. After all, there’s no need to reinvent the wheel—learning from those who have already faced similar challenges in real-life situations is also part of learning.

Development is also a field where one grows not only by reading and coding but also through interaction with other developers.

That’s why many developers run their own blogs or write guest blog posts where they share their knowledge, build a network of professionals, and gather valuable feedback from them.

However, the benefits of web development blogs go beyond passive reading or writing about one’s woes. They’re a great way to give back to the community, emerge as the authority in the field, and build a personal brand in the digital world.

These benefits can be especially useful for junior coders who are looking for their first job and freelancers who compete with the global talent pool.

And finally, writing for others and explaining one’s way of thinking improves learning as well.

You can think of it as a written version of a “rubber duck debugging” process. When you want to explain a problem clearly, you need to break it down into smaller pieces and put it in relatively simple words. As such, you may not only find a better or quicker solution but also improve your coding and communication skills.

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