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Thinking about going 100% functional on your next full-stack project? Zack Kayser has you beat, and how nice of him to write down his reflections. Zack dives into the Elm, Elixir and Phoenix, as well as a review of some challenges and roadblocks. While diving into the functional stack you can also review ‘Phoenix performance metrics within the browser developer tools’ by Ole Michaelis, and ‘Elixir Deployment Tools Update’ by Paul Schoenfelder.

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Are you really good at Postgres? DailyDrip is looking for a couple of experts to help write amazing content on this topic. If you think you are a fit, email support@dailydrip.com for more info!

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Prepping for an iOS Engineer interview?  

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What do you get when you combine Piaget's constructivism, Frank Dempster’s Spacing Effect and George Lakoff & Mark Johnson’s Metaphors? You get an awesome Zine! Huge shout out to Nicky Case for putting this Zine together. TIL Papert was based on Piaget’s work.

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JSConf Iceland 2018 has wrapped, and the lineup was stellar: Dan Abramov, Webpack 4, and tons of talks about React. Hot topics like ‘How to style in React and not lose friends’ by Sarrah Vesselov. Catch these videos on the JSConf Youtube playlist.

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Uber introduced Queryparser, a new OSS tool that parses and analyzes SQL. The parser is written in Haskell and features table access, column access and table lineage. Read more about the tool or take a look at the code.

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Data at Reddit is probably pretty crazy, right? Yes. Well at least crazy enough for Reddit Engineering to do a three part series on Reddit’s data architecture. The first post talks about the early days and how gut instinct led to most decisions, however with time of course that would change. Learn how Reddit processes access logs and makes logs queryable.

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Google released a Machine Learning Crash Course that is 15 hours long. The course features lectures from Google researchers, real-world case studies and 40+ exercises. If you are interested in learning how machine learning differs from traditional programming this is the place to start. The course features TensorFlow APIs, which btw just TensorFlow just updated to 1.6.0.

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Six-year Go veteran Peter Bourgon has curated a list of best Go practices. Peter created a detailed guide, which is so big it includes a table of contents covering material from ‘Development Environment’ all the way through ‘Build and Deploy’. The number one tip was to put $GOPATH/bin in your $PATH 2. Take a look at the rest of Peter’s tips by reading the article or scroll to the bottom for the ;tldr.

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Marcus Blankenship continues his series of posts on the relationship between developers and their managers with a write up of how a company and environment can be shaped by developers. He focuses on items like increased communication about environment and process over individual issues, and pushes for one on one communication with your direct management.

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