Hey, My name is Garv Nanwani and I am currently a Second Year Undergraduate Student at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.
My field of Interests are programming and psychology.
I have been coding for around 2 years now. I love to design websites and build full stack applications using MERN stack preferably.
I am also a guest writer at daily.dev where I write technical articles related to development and programming in general.Connect with me
Currently working on a full stack MERN project.6
Started writing blogs, sharing my knowledge, and giving back to the community. Got pretty active on twitter, Connected with a lot of like-minded developers, and trying to be an active member of the community as much as I can, also made my blog with the help of Django to share what I learned with the community.5
Got hands onto react and nodejs, both are amazing technologies and slowly started getting my hands dirty with MERN stack and learning how to make to full-fledged apps out of it.4
School over, came into college. Started learning web development. Cleared the basics like how the web works, how files are transferred, and all. Then completed an HTML, CSS course and designed some basic websites with it that lacked functionality, and as I knew python I played around with Django and learned a lot about how the backend works2
Started with learning python, my main goal with programming was to create things that could help the masses. Python was a great language to jump on but it didn't teach the basics of how computer work so I learned java and C with it.1
Consider a situation, You build out an entire application, and now you want to release it on the web so that other people can use it. But you are scared that your application may fail in some conditions,
The two main things that can help you get that job are the necessary skills, projects, and a place to showcase them. That's where you need a killer portfolio.
Have you ever considered the performance of your website, how fast your content loads, and what is the response time of your page?
Do you use a div tag for enclosing every significant section of your webpage and are tired of maintaining the whole codebase afterward
Have you ever wondered how you can convert your webpage to an app that can run on a mobile phone no matter its Android or iOS?
Whenever you create any website, you often see the desktop version of it, but what if someone sees it on a smaller screen size like a mobile phone or a tablet