Submitted by Hai Nguyen on Thu, 07/09/2020 - 03:52
  • Level 1: Studied logic & programming knowledge.
  • Level 2: Practiced programming practices and problems.
  • Level 3: Trained in a real development company.
  • Level 4: Solved normal tasks independently.
  • Level 5: Solved whole normal tasks dependently.
  • ...
Submitted by Hai Nguyen on Tue, 07/07/2020 - 08:18
We can hear anywhere that Drupal is a CMS, good for anyone, anyone can use it easily to build a website. Unfortunately, that’s not correct.
Submitted by Hai Nguyen on Fri, 07/03/2020 - 09:47
When you have a project that needs to be developed, you make some meetings with the Salesman, the Developer, the Consultant, you can easily hear from them: your project is very simple, no problem, no worry, they can do your project very easily, quickly as the timeline you prefer, etc. Be careful, they're in three cases: first case, they're really genius and experienced and your project is truly simply; second case, they don't understand enough and they are not experienced enough either; the last, they're trying to let you sign the contract to pay money first, your project spec is only the secondary priority on their mind at that time. Unfortunately, the first case is very rare.
Submitted by Hai Nguyen on Mon, 05/18/2020 - 10:17

Please don't think this is a bad question. This is a serious question and I'm sharing a serious answer.

I am using Drupal, but I need to use NodeJS to build chat features. I read from the internet that "NodeJS is faster than PHP", but no explanation can make me convinced.

I thought and found the answer to explain myself. Let me start to share:

Submitted by Hai Nguyen on Mon, 12/16/2019 - 09:38

"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." (Albert Einstein)

To be able to let a Robot build a website successfully, we need to simply provide the understanding required to deliver the optimal result.

Submitted by Hai Nguyen on Mon, 06/17/2019 - 00:29
If you search the key phrase “what is future of website” on Google, this answer will come up: "Most website designers will lose their jobs because of automatation. That's user experience, user interface and customer experience designers. The future of websites is for the users, like it should have been from the start."
Submitted by admin on Wed, 04/03/2019 - 08:58

One of the first jobs that any Drupal developers need to do is to understand how Drupal works and become used to it. And creating a Drupal theme from scratch is a skill that they are in absolute need of. But drupal theming can be hard, and overwhelming, especially for new users who hold no experience in the subject. But don’t worry. Get the shadow off your mind as we are going to walk you through a detailed process to create your own basic and responsive drupal 8 theme.

Submitted by admin on Mon, 07/23/2018 - 10:27

If you are really serious with your business and your presence online, you must have a website. 

Say you want to

 

  • learn how to make a website
  • build site for your clients
  • start an online business
  •  
  • spread your voice across the world
  • or just get yourself online

There is no better time to begin a website than now.

Any successful website starts with a domain.

Submitted by admin on Sun, 07/22/2018 - 22:10

Howdy IT students,

Study time at university will soon be over and you will join the IT job market as a new employee for real.

I was once like you. What I discovered that there were several training courses about real-life programming languages/frameworks for company developers, but there is none for young IT students. 

You often have to pay to study these courses or you must be an employee at a company to join the training. 

Submitted by admin on Mon, 07/09/2018 - 03:07

As a Drupal developer, you may have worked on a website where you must change user/role frequently.

Drupal default login does allows you to do that, but it wastes time and is a bother when you have to log in/log out so many times.

That's why we create Force Switch User. You can switch to another user with just one click in real time without touching Drupal log in panel.