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Evaluating Job Offers: How to Decide If a Company Is Right for You
How can you determine whether a job offer is right for you? In this article, you’ll learn to quantify your needs to find a job that satisfies you.
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Our 2022 Cyber Week Deals are Live — And Bigger Than Ever
Time’s running out for Cyber Week: Books 40% off, one-year subscriptions just $399 and two-year subscriptions for $599! Don’t miss out!
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Announcing The Kodeco Black Friday Sale — 2022 Edition!
Announcing the 2022 Kodeco Black Friday Sale: books 40% off, one-year subscriptions just $399 and two-year subscriptions for $599! For a limited time only.
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Why Even Successful Software Engineers Need Personal Branding
If you already have a successful career as a software engineer, you might think that there’s no real need for personal branding. Find out why it actually could make a big difference for you, and how to go about doing it!
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How to Get a Job After Graduating a Coding Bootcamp
So you’ve graduated from a coding bootcamp… now what? Learn the next steps you need to take to get a dev job after your bootcamp is done.
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Kodeco Town Hall Replay — October 26, 2022
If you didn’t catch our Kodeco Town Hall on October 26, no worries – we’ve got your replay right here!
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New Name on the Block: raywenderlich.com Rebrands to Kodeco.com
The award-winning educational site raywenderlich.com, used by tens of thousands of mobile developers, today announces that it has rebranded as Kodeco.com.
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To Infinity… And Far, Far Beyond
With the new Kodeco brand launched, CEO Matt Derrick reflects on what’s changed since 2021 and gives us a glimpse of what to expect in 2023 and beyond!
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319 Days to Building a New Brand
Pivoting a global brand is as challenging as you would think! CEO Matt Derrick talks about the journey to Kodeco.com — and the pitfalls (narrowly) avoided.
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Why Rebrand? The Backstory of raywenderlich.com
Kodeco is the new raywenderlich.com! Learn where it all started, and what led us to a rebrand.
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Introducing Kodeco — the New raywenderlich.com
We’ve made a few changes! Kodeco is the new raywenderlich.com. Come learn about our fresh new brand, what’s new, and what’s staying the same as always!
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How to Reverse Engineer a Unity Game
In this tutorial, you’ll use ILSpy and AssetStudio to extract code and assets from a compiled Unity game.
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Results Are In – State of Mobile Jobs Survey 2022!
See how you compare to your mobile developer peers by viewing the results of our State of Mobile Jobs Survey 2022!
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New Features at raywenderlich.com — September 2022 Update
Make the most out of your time with raywenderlich.com — check out the newest site features created just for you!
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How to Create a Simple FPS in Unreal Engine 5
In this Unreal Engine 5 tutorial, you’ll create a simple first-person shooter while learning how to create a first-person character equipped with a gun, and you’ll learn how to apply damage to other actors in your game.
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Introduction to Unity UI – Part 1
UI is a crucial part of any video game. Even in the most basic of games you need to navigate a main menu to start the action! In this tutorial, you’ll learn about the most common components developers use to build user interfaces in Unity. All while listening to some sweet sliding blues music. :]
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Introduction to Unity UI – Part 2
In this second part of the tutorial, you’re going to add additional functionality like playing and pausing the music, selecting a track from a list inside a ScrollView, and changing the volume with a slider. As you add these features, you’ll learn all about Unity’s built-in UI components.
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Join Us for our First State of Mobile Jobs Survey 2022!
See how you compare to your mobile developer peers by answering our State of Mobile Jobs Survey 2022!
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New Features at raywenderlich.com — July 2022 Update
Make the most out of your time with raywenderlich.com — check out the newest site features created just for you!
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Mock Interview Techniques for Tech Job Searchers
Boost your chance of landing a dream job by learning what a coding mock interview is, how to prepare, where to find questions and how to evaluate yourself.
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New Features at raywenderlich.com — May 2022 Update
Make the most out of your time with raywenderlich.com — check out the newest site features created just for you!
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Unreal Engine 5 Tutorial for Beginners: Getting Started
In this Unreal Engine tutorial, you’ll be guided through installing the engine, navigating the interface and creating your first game object.
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Spring Ahead Sale: Pro Subscriptions and Books 50% Off
Grab our best deals of the year: Annual Pro Subscriptions at 50% off — and every single book on our site for 50% off too. Save big during this year’s Spring Ahead sale!
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Unity Apprentice
In this book, you’ll learn how to build 3D games using Unity - one of the most popular cross-platform game engines available today. The book will first describe the most commonly used features of the Unity Editor and the Unity Hub. It’ll then go on to describe how you build three separate, but related, games that collectively cover the most important aspects of game development. These include scene creation, detecting and managing collisions, user interface design and building, scripting, navigation, camera control, object pooling and animation. The book also describes some of the best practices you should use to get the best out of Unity, and how to make your games run in the most efficient way, enabling you to focus on the fun part: making a great game that your players will enjoy!
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