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Connor Tangney

Ski bum at heart, web developer by trade.

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re: I broke master today.
Not to worry, I broke master myself just yesterday -- it's ...
re: Another Javascript Event Calendar?...
I'm a huge React fan boy, though I must admit, I have not w...
re: Another Javascript Event Calendar?...
This was actually more of a plug in / module I had started ...
re: Want to learn.
Backbone Something I dabbled with in my previous role. Y...
re: So I made a website...
Hey thanks! I certainly want to post more, it's just a matt...
re: Happiest Halloween from the Richardson's
Yes! I am so happy to see this! Hope things are going well...
re: React is finally JavaScript
πŸ‘†
re: React is finally JavaScript
React Developer Tools for Chrome
re: What was your win this week?
A few week back, I posted about how one of my weekly wins w...
re: Here are Top 5 Best Practices for JavaScript you MUST ALWAYS FOLLOW
For some additional information on whether you should / sho...
re: Here are Top 5 Best Practices for JavaScript you MUST ALWAYS FOLLOW
This is a neat post. Here are some of my initial takeaways:...
re: Creating a Simple Confirm Modal in Vanilla JS
Dialog seems awesome! I will certainly be keeping my eyes o...
re: How often do you clean your screen/keyboard?
Oh dear... I can't remember the last time I've cleaned my ...
re: #discuss What is the benefit of React/Angular/VueJS?
I assume by pure CSS you also mean vanilla JS as well? I...
re: Charts library in JavaScript
I'm pretty sure D3 has Gantt charts. Might be worth a look.
re: Are we close enough as a community to help each other out in hard times? (YES! WE ARE!)
Are we close enough as a community... Community. Honest...
re: What did you do before programming?
As recently as the beginning of this year, I was a gainfull...
re: Simple concepts of Modern JavaScript
Akin to the ternary operator, if you just want to quickly e...
re: Post a link to your coding project, and let others try to describe what it does!
A little more detail behind this one. A few friends and I ...
re: Whats your favorite programming language?
XSLT eXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformations Lar...
re: What was your win this week?
Sent out a job application (on a whim) on Monday with some ...
re: Post a link to your coding project, and let others try to describe what it does!
Hah, this could be fun! Here's a link to the very very very...
re: May today be the day you enjoy life and your code.
Sending my best wishes to you and your family. I hope you a...
re: Why CSS is difficult to get right?
πŸ€” Choosing to omit a specific feature is different than co...
re: Why CSS is difficult to get right?
CSS doesn’t have variables because CSS prefers sharing pro...
re: What is your best API of 2019?
This is awesome! I did notice you have Sheety on there twi...
re: What was your win this week?
Yea... Did I mention we're still using jQuery UI in produc...
re: What was your win this week?
Two wins for me this week. One of them is definitely a litt...
re: Guard Clauses: How to clean up Conditionals
Guards are fantastic! While your Javascript syntax is perha...
re: Will software ever become "blue collar" work?
I see. I was perhaps a little confused by the wording. In m...
re: Will software ever become "blue collar" work?
I think some coding jobs will be. Things like front-end we...
re: What tools have you built?
I'll toss my hat in this ring! When I started with my new ...
re: Chrome DevTools can do that?
I'm lousy with the conversions, but I believe you are corre...
re: Welcome Thread - v33
Haha, ain't that the truth! Now that we're starting to han...
re: Chrome DevTools can do that?
Love this post! Design Mode seems infinitely useful. With ...
re: Welcome Thread - v33
πŸ‘‹ Hi all! Not really certain what to call myself, but for ...
re: The lies and lack of self respect that lead to burnout
What a fantastic read. I found myself believing these lies ...
re: How to build a Router with vanilla JavaScript
Super informative and well written. One small thing that ju...
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