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CodeNewbie Writers of the Month — July 2021

The CodeNewbie Writers of the Month Awards is a monthly "awards ceremony" here on CodeNewbie Community where we showcase three standout writers from the month before. These three folks authored posts that our judges deemed particularly helpful to the community last month. We announce the award-winners during the first week of each month. Thanks to all of you for your fantastic contributions to this space! ❤️

In no particular order, here are the winners of the CodeNewbie Writers of the Month Awards for July 2021...


Tyler V. (@terabytetiger ) — "Beginner's Guide to NPM"

Tyler clearly has a way of breaking down technical topics into engaging and understandable concepts. If you've ever wondered why it's advantageous to use NPM instead copying the code, this beginner's guide goes out to you! Great work, Tyler 👏

Chris Hansen (@hyggedev ) — "How To Stay Focused As A Self Taught Frontend Web Developer"

The enthusiasm Chris has for the field of web development shines through in this article of tips for focusing on the road ahead of you. The best part? Chris has confidence that you'll be able to stay the course with energy and excitement, too — and maybe even escape Tutorial Hell (it CAN be done).

Tatyana Celovsky (@tcelovsky ) — "Let's Talk About Big-O"

In Tatyana's words, having a good understanding of Big-O notation provides a more well-rounded context when designing algorithms. If you could use a more solid Big-O foundation, this break-down will come in handy!


Congrats to our CodeNewbie Writers of the Month! Keep up the great work and you might just be on next month's list of top authors!

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Gracie Gregory (she/her)

Huge congrats to @terabytetiger , @hyggedev , & @tcelovsky for their awesome articles in July! 🎉

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Tyler V. (he/him)

🥳🥳 Thanks! And congrats to my fellow writers!