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React Newsletter - Issue 145
via Pocket - Issue 145 January 11th 2019 What happened with React Native in 2018 as well as their plans for the future. Ever wonder where Linked Lists are being used in the wild? Turns out our very own React Hooks uses them under the hood. This article breaks it down.
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january 2019 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #179: npm gets a new CEO, 5 newly approved RFCs, and new teammate Owen McGrath 👋
via Pocket - npm weekly #179 Owen McGrath recently joined npm as an account exec focused on npm Enterprise. He’s spent nearly a decade in AdTech, honing his expertise in sales, business development, and product management.
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january 2019 by mannieschumpert
Using Firebase for State Management in Angular | Toptal
via Pocket - State Management in Angular Using Firebase State management is a very important piece of architecture to consider when developing a web app. In this tutorial, we’ll go over a simple approach to manage state in an Angular application that uses Firebase as its back end.
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january 2019 by mannieschumpert
A Fast and Powerful JavaScript SDK for Your JSON API | Toptal
via Pocket - ActiveResource.js ORM: Building a Powerful JavaScript SDK For Your JSON API, Fast Your company just launched its API and now wants to build a community of users around it.
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january 2019 by mannieschumpert
Donald Trump Was Never Vetted
via Pocket - Donald Trump Was Never Vetted “When a man becomes president,” said Rudy Giuliani not long ago, “he shouldn’t be subject to a review of his entire life.” Putting aside for the moment whether such a review should or should not take place, Giuliani has correctly identified what is happening.
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january 2019 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #178: Business Insider says working at npm is a smart move for 2019, meet André Eleuterio, plus talking tink development at npm.community
via Pocket - npm weekly #178 As you might have guessed, Business Insider named npm a place worth starting a career at—which, whew, good thing…—and we’re still growing! Head to npmjs.com/jobs to learn more.
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january 2019 by mannieschumpert
Recursive paths with React Router
via Pocket - Recursive paths with React Router Because React Router is just components, you can do crazy things like having recursive routes. In this post we’ll learn how they work by breaking down the ‘Recursive Paths’ example on the React Router docs.
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january 2019 by mannieschumpert
Better Reusable React Components with the Overrides Pattern
via Pocket - Better Reusable React Components with the Overrides Pattern If you’ve been watching the React ecosystem the past few years, you’ve surely encountered one of the numerous open source reusable component libraries that developers reach for when building apps.
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january 2019 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 144
via Pocket - Issue 144 January 3rd 2019 The story of 2018, much like 2017, remains to be React as it becomes the first technology to remain on top for an entire calendar year. React also runs its win streak to an incredible nineteen months in a row.
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january 2019 by mannieschumpert
Update Elastic Stack with Ansible Playbooks | Toptal
via Pocket - Automatically Update Elastic Stack with Ansible Playbooks Log analysis for a network composed of thousands of devices used to be a complex, time-consuming, and boring task before I decided to use the Elastic Stack as the centralized logging solution. It proved to be a very wise decision.
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january 2019 by mannieschumpert
Why Is Employer Branding So Crucial For Startups and Business Owners? - YouTube
via Pocket - Why Is Employer Branding So Crucial For Startups and Business Owners? Employer Branding can MAKE OR BREAK your business as you keep scaling.The more you grow, the faster you need to supplement resources. This covers staff, partners, vendors, and new team roles in management positions.Also... Employer Branding doesn’t focus on the founder alone. Everyone involved sho
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january 2019 by mannieschumpert
99 Good News Stories You Probably Didn’t Hear About in 2018
via Pocket - 99 Good News Stories You Probably Didn’t Hear About in 2018 For the last 12 months, the global media has been focused on a lot of bad news. But there were other things happening out there too. Good news stories that didn’t make it onto the evening broadcasts, or your social media feeds.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
Clean Architecture on Android | Toptal
via Pocket - Discover the Benefits of Android Clean Architecture What would you prefer: adding a new feature to a very well working app with awful architecture, or fixing a bug in the well architected, but buggy, Android application? Personally, I would definitely choose the second option.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
Why Do We Write super(props)? - Overreacted
via Pocket - Why Do We Write super(props)? I heard Hooks are the new hotness. Ironically, I want to start this blog by describing fun facts about class components. How about that! These gotchas are not important for using React productively. But you might find them amusing if you like to dig deeper into how things work.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
Announcing Emotion 10! – Emotion – Medium
via Pocket - Announcing Emotion 10! Emotion 10 has been in the works for a long time, and we’re excited that it’s finally ready.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
Imperative vs Declarative Programming
via Pocket - Imperative vs Declarative Programming At this point you’ve undoubtedly heard about imperative programming vs declarative programming. You might have even searched for what those terms actually mean.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
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via Pocket - 10 Common Software Architectural Patterns in a nutshell Ever wondered how large enterprise scale systems are designed? Before major software development starts, we have to choose a suitable architecture that will provide us with the desired functionality and quality attributes.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
Using ReactJS HoC pattern! Be aware of the side effects!
via Pocket - Using ReactJS HoC pattern! Be aware of the side effects! Before reading this story make sure that you are aware of ReactJS patterns. Let’s start from the basics. What’s a Higher-Order Component ?
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
Is There Something Neurologically Wrong With Donald Trump? - The Atlantic
via Pocket - Is Something Neurologically Wrong With Donald Trump? It is best not to diagnose the president from afar, which is why the federal government needs a system to evaluate him up close.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 142
via Pocket - Issue 142 December 13th 2018 React is declarative, but what does that even mean? In this post you'll learn the difference between imperative and declarative code and why declarative code means more than just "good". Gatsby does an incredible amount of cool stuff for you, automatically.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #176: Look back at 2018 and forward to JS in 2019, we’re in NYC next week, and don’t forget to take the JS Ecosystem Survey!
via Pocket - npm weekly #176 Look back at 2018 and forward to next year in This year in JavaScript: 2018 in review and npm’s predictions for 2019. Say hello to Shanise Barona, the latest member of npm’s Support team.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
F# Tutorial: A Full-stack Demonstration | Toptal
via Pocket - F# Tutorial: How to Build a Full-stack F# App In recent years, functional programming has gained a reputation as a particularly rigorous and productive paradigm.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 141
via Pocket - Issue 141 December 6th 2018 Congrats to the Redux team for releasing Redux v6.0. Redux now supports the new Context API that was added in React 16.4. IMO the Redux project has been a shining example of how to improve software while minimizing breaking changes.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #175: Take the 2018 JS Ecosystem Survey, talk apps with Lexio, and meet Fred, npm developer advocate! 👋
via Pocket - npm weekly #175 Please join us in welcoming new developer advocate Frédéric, or Fred, Harper. Fred did such a great job of introducing himself to the community over at npm.community that you should check out his post and say hello!
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
MVVM with Clean Architecture: Android Apps that Scale | Toptal
via Pocket - Better Android Apps Using MVVM with Clean Architecture If you don’t choose the right architecture for your Android project, you will have a hard time maintaining it as your codebase grows and your team expands. This isn’t just an Android MVVM tutorial.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
What Is Agile UX and How to Manage It | Toptal
via Pocket - Agile UX: How to Incorporate UX and Product Design into Agile DevOps is often defined as the processes, operations, methodologies, tools, and culture surrounding a company’s software and systems development. But engineering doesn’t operate in a vacuum.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
iOS: RxSwift and Animations | Toptal
via Pocket - RxSwift and Animations in iOS If you are an iOS developer who’s done some reasonable amount of UI work and is passionate about it, you’ve got to love the power of UIKit when it comes to animations. Animating a UIView is as easy as cake.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
Power Causes Brain Damage - The Atlantic
via Pocket - Power Causes Brain Damage If power were a prescription drug, it would come with a long list of known side effects. It can intoxicate. It can corrupt. It can even make Henry Kissinger believe that he’s sexually magnetic. But can it cause brain damage?
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
Idiomatic Redux: The History and Implementation of React-Redux · Mark's Dev Blog
via Pocket - Idiomatic Redux React-Redux is conceptually pretty simple. It subscribes to the Redux store, checks to see if the data your component wants has changed, and re-renders your component.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
React 16.x Roadmap – React Blog
via Pocket - React 16.x Roadmap You might have heard about features like “Hooks”, “Suspense”, and “Concurrent Rendering” in the previous blog posts and talks. In this post, we’ll look at how they fit together and the expected timeline for their availability in a stable release of React.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
The Quest for React Micro-Apps: The Beginning - Engineering Blog
via Pocket - The Quest for React Micro-Apps: The Beginning Eventbrite’s site started as a typical mid-2000s monolith server rendered application. Although we recently moved into a React stack, we have experienced a lack of flexibility, coupling, and scale issues.
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december 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 140
via Pocket - Issue 140 November 30th 2018 You might have heard about features like “Hooks”, “Suspense”, and “Concurrent Rendering”. In this post from the official React blog, we’ll look at how they fit together and the expected timeline for their availability in a stable release of React.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Twitter
via Pocket - Contentful on Twitter James Sear from @MMT_Digital talking about building flexible content models at our latest London meetup hosted by @pusher https://ctfl.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Man discovers ancient city in basement - History 101
via Pocket - Man discovers ancient city in basement Renovating a house can be exhausting and laborious, not to mention stressful. You expect a couple of problems to arise along the way, whether it’s faulty plumbing, wiring, or termites.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Rare microbes lead scientists to discover new branch on the tree of life | CBC News
via Pocket - Rare microbes lead scientists to discover new branch on the tree of life Canadian researchers have discovered a new kind of organism that's so different from other living things that it doesn't fit into the plant kingdom, the animal kingdom, or any other kingdom used to classify known organisms.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #174: Interpreting the 2018 State of JavaScript survey, our take on the `event-stream` incident, and a new teammate 👋
via Pocket - npm weekly #174 We’re excited to introduce one of the newest members of the team, full-stack software engineer Aimee Knight. As a former professional figure skater, she has a tremendous amount of energy and grit.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Magento Performance Optimization Guide | Toptal
via Pocket - Magento Performance Optimization Explained Magento performance is of paramount importance. Loading speed has a direct and measurable impact on the conversion rate of your website, hence having an optimized Magento installation is crucial to the success of your Magento shop and possibly even your business in general.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
BLoC for Code Sharing in Flutter and AngularDart | Toptal
via Pocket - How to Leverage BLoC for Code Sharing in Flutter and AngularDart Mid last year, I wanted to port an Android app to iOS and web. Flutter was the choice for mobile platforms, and I was thinking about what to choose for the web side.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Ayn Rand raged against government benefits — but grabbed Social Security and Medicare when she needed them
via Pocket - Ayn Rand raged against government benefits — but grabbed Social Security and Medicare when she needed them Ayn Rand was not only a schlock novelist, she was also the progenitor of a sweeping “moral philosophy” that justifies the privilege of the wealthy and demonizes not only the slothful, undeserving poor but the lackluster middle-classes as well.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
The Future of Customer Support is Video
via Pocket - The growth of video customer support and why your business needs it The days of waiting several hours on hold to speak with a support or sales  representative are now (mostly) over. The monotone “Please hold the line, your call is very important to us” message has now be replaced by real-time messaging.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #173: Sign this card for World Diabetes Day, get ready for Global Diversity CFP Day, and a very cool tip 🦃
via Pocket - npm weekly #173 It’s estimated that between 11-22 million people worldwide have Type 1 diabetes, and that number increases by 3% each year. So this year, we’ve partnered with Beyond Type 1 to help increase diabetes awareness.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Making Sense of ES6 Class Confusion | Toptal
via Pocket - As a JS Developer, This Is What Keeps Me Up at Night JavaScript is an oddball of a language. Though inspired by Smalltalk, it uses a C-like syntax. It combines aspects of procedural, functional, and object-oriented programming (OOP) paradigms.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Trello vs. Jira Comparison | Toptal
via Pocket - Trello vs. Jira: Compared From A Developer’s Perspective Software production today isn’t the same as 20 years ago. Software has become more and more complex, with distributed teams literally all around the globe, and reliant on people specialized only in a specific part of the process.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
The Stylish Socialist Who Is Trying to Save YouTube from Alt-Right Domination | The New Yorker
via Pocket - The Stylish Socialist Who Is Trying to Save YouTube from Alt-Right Domination In April, Alek Minassian, a twenty-five-year-old from Toronto, wrote a Facebook post—“The Incel Rebellion has already begun!”—and then drove his car into a crowd of pedestrians.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 139
via Pocket - Issue 139 November 15th 2018 If you've been reading Twitter you probably are aware that Hooks are a new feature of React, but you might be asking how do we actually use them? In this post, we're going to show you a bunch of examples on how to use hooks. Charles found himself needing to build UI without using React.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #172: Get illuminated on Lumie in our latest convo, help us increase diabetes awareness, and see a very good dog  🐶
via Pocket - npm weekly #172 For our latest npm convo, we caught up with Alexandre Levacher to chat about Lumie, a lightweight module that lets you set up scalable controllers architecture. Read about how Alexandre uses npm for his Rails and Sails-inspired side project on our blog.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Ethereum Oracle Contracts Part 3 | Toptal
via Pocket - Ethereum Oracle Contracts: Can We Trust the Oracle? This article is the final part of a three-part series on the usage of Ethereum oracle contracts. Now, in this final part I’d like to ask the questions: what did we just do, and why? And try to provide some hopefully thought-provoking avenues of thought.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
www.nationalgeographic.com
via Pocket - Under poaching pressure, elephants are evolving to lose their tusks The oldest elephants wandering Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park bear the indelible markings of the civil war that gripped the country for 15 years: Many are tuskless.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Building Your Color Palette
via Pocket - Building Your Color Palette Adapted from our upcoming book and video series, Refactoring UI.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 138
via Pocket - Issue 138 November 8th 2018 This year, the React Native team has focused on a large scale re-architecture of React Native. In this post, Héctor breaks down their new roadmap. The main points include Lean Core, Open Sourcing Internals and Updated Tooling, Testing Infrastructure, Public API, and better communication.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #171: JavaScript is the most important programming language in the world plus exciting news about tink
via Pocket - npm weekly #171 Second, if you’re in London next week, you can catch Laurie at FinJS on Tuesday. He’ll be speaking at Sway Lounge in Holborn, and you can reserve your ticket for free! If you can't make it to the talk but you want to meet with us between Monday-Thursday, you can schedule a meeting here.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Getting into a State: Redux Meets ClojureScript (A Tutorial) | Toptal
via Pocket - Top Level Control with Redux State Management: A ClojureScript Tutorial Welcome back for the second exciting installment of Unearthing ClojureScript! In this post, I’m going to cover the next big step for getting serious with ClojureScript: state management—in this case, using React. With front-end software, state management is a big deal.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Swift MVVM Tutorial: A Static Immutable Pattern for iOS Apps | Toptal
via Pocket - Working With Static Patterns: A Swift MVVM Tutorial Today we’re going to see how new technical possibilities and expectations from our users for real-time data-driven applications create new challenges in the way we structure our programs, especially our mobile applications.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Oumuam: Cigar-shaped interstellar object may have been an alien probe, Harvard paper claims - CNN
via Pocket - Cigar-shaped interstellar object may have been an alien probe, Harvard paper claims The object, nicknamed 'Oumuamua, meaning "a messenger that reaches out from the distant past" in Hawaiian, was first discovered in October 2017 by the Pan-STARRS 1 telescope in Hawaii.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Landing Page vs. Website Homepage: When Do You Use Which?
via Pocket - Landing Page vs. Website Homepage: When Do You Use Which? If you’re like most business owners, you’ve probably spent a lot of time working on your website.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Terraform AWS Cloud: Managing Infrastructure as Code | Toptal
via Pocket - Terraform AWS Cloud - Sane Infrastructure Management Writing an application is only part of the story. In order for it to be of value, it needs deploying somewhere it can scale, it has to run with high availability, it needs backups, and so on. More and more developers are required to at least have a grasp on this deployment process.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
www.washingtonpost.com
via Pocket - The Diane Lane Thing is deep and it’s real. Especially with women. NEW YORK — A recent uncontrolled experiment revealed that if you mention the name Diane Lane in a roomful of women, two things will happen. An adoring gasp will go up. And then the “I loved’s” begin: Gasp: “I loved her in ‘A Little Romance.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Opinion | The Neuroscience of Hate Speech - The New York Times
via Pocket - The Neuroscience of Hate Speech Humans are social creatures who are easily influenced by the anger and rage that are everywhere these days. Dr. Friedman is a psychiatrist.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 137
via Pocket - Issue 137 November 1st 2018 Create React App now supports TypeScript. There's no better way to learn how something works than to re-create it and this article does exactly that with a simple implementation of the new React Hooks API.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
How Frame.io reduced subscription churn by 13% using Segment, Drift, Zapier, Slack, and Intercom · Segment Blog
via Pocket - How Frame.io reduced subscription churn by 13% using Segment, Drift, Zapier, Slack, and Intercom This post is a guest submission by one of our customers at Frame.io for Segment’s Chain Letter blog series.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #170: How to submit quality security reports, we’re hiring a Senior Security Engineer, and npm heads to Colombia in June!
via Pocket - npm weekly #170: How to submit quality security reports, we’re hiring a Senior Security Engineer, and npm heads to Colombia in June! Adam offers some some pointers on how to submit a high quality security report, such as making sure to include the specific details of the environment in which you experienced a vulnerability. Head to the blog to read the example report.
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Node 8: V8 Performance and Everyday Features | Toptal
via Pocket - Is It Time to Use Node 8? Node 8 is out! In fact, Node 8 has now been out long enough to see some solid real-world usage. It came with a fast new V8 engine and with new features, including async/await, HTTP/2, and async hooks. But is it ready for your project? Let’s find out!
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november 2018 by mannieschumpert
Optimizing Entity Framework Performance | Toptal
via Pocket - A Deep Dive into Entity Framework Performance When Using "Contains" During my everyday work, I use Entity Framework. It is very convenient, but in some cases, its performance is slow. Despite there being lots of good articles on EF performance improvements, and some very good and useful advice is given (e.g.
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
Nova
via Pocket - The Viruses That Made Us Human The rise of the mammals may be feel like a familiar tale, but there’s a twist you likely don’t know about: If it wasn’t for a virus, it might not have happened at all.
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
I Know the Salaries of Thousands of Tech Employees – Power Trip – Medium
via Pocket - I Know the Salaries of Thousands of Tech Employees I’m a software engineer with three years of experience, working at Square, a public tech company in San Francisco. I make $130,000, plus $47,500 in stock, for a total of $177,500 a year. I didn’t…
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
What is the best way for a SaaS company to deal with long sales cycles? - Quora
via Pocket - What is the best way for a SaaS company to deal with long sales cycles?
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
React.lazy, What and how to use in your app - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
via Pocket - React.lazy, What and how to use in your app React 16.6 is out and with it comes the new Lazy API. The Rreact.lazy function lets you render a dynamic import as a regular component. React.lazy takes a function that must call a dynamic import().
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Render Props
via Pocket - React Render Props There’s two important things to note before we get started. First, what we’re going to talk about is just a pattern. It’s not really even a React thing as much as it is a component architecture thing. Second, this isn’t required knowledge to build a React app.
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Higher-Order Components
via Pocket - React Higher-Order Components There’s two important things to note before we get started. First, what we’re going to talk about is just a pattern. It’s not really even a React thing as much as it is a component architecture thing. Second, this isn’t required knowledge to build a React app.
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 136
via Pocket - Issue 136 October 25th 2018 Hooks are a new feature proposal announced literally an hour ago that lets you use state and other React features without writing a class. They’re currently in React v16.7.0-alpha and being discussed in an open RFC.
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #169: Say hello to Hello Club, we’re hiring a Growth Marketer, plus next week we head to Thunderplains 🌩
via Pocket - npm weekly #169: Say hello to Hello Club, we’re hiring a Growth Marketer, plus next week we head to Thunderplains ? Hello Club is a tool for folks managing sports clubs that uses npm extensively. We spoke with their co-founder and CTO, Adam Reis. To hear all about how Hello Club uses npm and why your team should consider npm Enterprise and private packages, read the full convo on our blog.
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
Ethereum Solidity Oracle Contracts Part 2 | Toptal
via Pocket - Ethereum Oracle Contracts: Solidity Code Features In the first segment of this three-parter, we went through a little tutorial that gave us a simple contract-with-oracle pair.
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
Option/Either/Future Monads in JS, Python, and More | Toptal
via Pocket - Option/Maybe, Either, and Future Monads in JavaScript, Python, Ruby, Swift, and Scala This monad tutorial gives a brief explanation of monads and shows how to implement the most useful ones in five different programming languages—if you’re looking for monads in JavaScript, monads in Python, monads in Ruby, monads in Swift, and/or monads in Scala, or to compare any implementations
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
The new Jira begins now - Atlassian Blog
via Pocket - The new Jira begins now The Jira Software you needed in 2002 isn’t the Jira Software you need today. The workflows you built in 2010 aren’t the workflows you need today.
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
302 Found
via Pocket - Understanding Currying in JavaScript Functional programming is a style of programming that attempts to pass functions as arguments(callbacks) and return functions without side-effects(changes to the program’s state). So many languages adopted this programming style.
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
Improving Scroll Performance with Passive Event Listeners  |  Web  |  Google Developers
via Pocket - Improving Scroll Performance with Passive Event Listeners New to Chrome 51, passive event listeners are an emerging web standard that provide a major potential boost to scroll performance, especially on mobile. Check out the video below for a side-by-side demo of the improvements in action:
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #168: Travis CI announces Windows support, npm heads to Stockholm, and photos of puppies from PADS!
via Pocket - npm weekly #168 A large number of npm installs are performed on Windows machines, and we're excited about tools that make Windows testing easier. If you write npm modules you should enable testing on Windows, which is easier than ever before. To learn more about Travis CI and Windows, read the full announcement.
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
Ethereum Oracle Contracts Part 1 | Toptal
via Pocket - Ethereum Oracle Contracts: Setup and Orientation Ethereum Smart Contracts are more than just “the new hot thing.” It’s my belief that they (or something related) are poised to change the way that humans do business with one another in the upcoming new age of the internet. Time will tell if that’s the case.
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
Collusion: iOS Networking with MultipeerConnectivity | Toptal
via Pocket - Collusion: Nearby Device Networking with MultipeerConnectivity in iOS Traditionally, connecting devices for peer-to-peer communications has been a bit of a heavy lift. An application needs to discover what’s around it, open connections on both sides, and then maintain them as network infrastructure, connections, distances, etc, all change.
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october 2018 by mannieschumpert
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