Saying Goodbye to Firebug - We knew you so well
No, I have no side code projects to show you - side projects can’t be a major part of a hiring decision, lots of people don’t have time for it.
The Economics of Semantic Coding && An experimental software development environment
Rust to WebAssembly, Made Easy - This is really cool, and Rust is much easier to write than native WebAssembly
Comparing Frontend Approaches Part 6: Elm – Peter Jang – Medium - great series on how different FE frameworks handle similar problems
Improving spec speed in a huge, old Rails app - Lots of easy to implement tips in here
GraphQL Fragments Are the Best Match for UI Components && Introducing the Graphcool Framework - A great pair of articles on the emerging GraphQL space
A Concise URL Shortener in Python - File under “things I didn’t know I would think were awesome”
SciPy 1.0 released - SciPy is a great project
Tutorial: Build an Interactive Virtual Globe with Three.js - I once built a Jenkins dashboard in Three.js. Really fun to play with it.
Develop (and test) a dockerized, PostgreSQL backed, ASP.NET Core microservice in less than an hour
Data scraping with headless Chrome Puppeteer
Why does one NGINX worker take all the load?
Learn Git Branching - really cool interactive demo on how Git works
The First PS4 Kernel Exploit: Adieu
SpawnFest - A competition for Erlang-related languages. The last SpawnFest was in 2012.
Lucky, an experimental new web framework by thoughtbot - This post mostly covers a new ActiveRecord-esque ORM for Crystal. Looking forward to more.
Write tests. Not too many. Mostly integration. - It’s a great read that I mostly disagree with, but it really depends on how you build systems. Great comments on this one.
How to get hired as a junior web developer (it’s hard but you can do it!) - If you’re just getting started, it’s a great read. If you aren’t, share it with someone who is!