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As a web developer, this is the type of question we often ask our team, or even ourselves.

In web development, a website that is time-consuming to access is often considered a curse to the developer. As of now, I still believe that.

There’s no need to worry, though! As web developers, who are responsible for our own creations, there are several things we can do about this situation. Based on my experience in optimizing my personal website in the past few weeks, here are the takeaways:

Use image wisely based on your needs

There’s a root cause to slow websites that we often overlook, do you…


Have you ever heard the joke about a way to measure code quality is using WTF/minutes (WTFPM), which stands for “Works that Frustrate” that the developer can read per minute.

It’s kind of a common thing that exists in many places. And I’m dead certain it happens in our workplaces as well.

Now, the real question is how to cope with this and reduce the number of WTF/minutes that the developer reads, whilst we have no capability to make improvements to our codebase.

There are several activities we can do, including:

1. Let the others review our codes. Make a…

Muhammad Rahmatullah

An Expert Full-stack Software Engineer with more than 4 years of experience, adept at developing, scaling software solutions.

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