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Top 7 Featured DEV Posts from the Past Week

Every Tuesday we round up the previous week's top posts based on traffic, engagement, and a hint of editorial curation. The typical week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday, but don't worry, we take into account posts that are published later in the week.

Is dev.to for Web Devs and Beginners?

Have you noticed a lot of web dev and beginner content on DEV? @derlin has the data to prove that that’s our bread and butter!

✨Today I Learned: The Subtle Art of Code Reviews πŸ’‘βœ¨

Code-reviewing is tough! As a first-timer, you might find yourself staring blankly at the code wondering what is and isn't appropriate to suggest. Learn from @saminarp's experience and check out these best practices to master the subtle art of code reviews.

Build and Deploy a Node.js Microservices Application

When it comes to modern software development, microservices are one of the hottest trends. In this article, @pavanbelagatti will show the benefits of building a microservices app!

Fun with console.log() πŸ’Ώ

Run console.log(console), and you'll see that there's much more to the console object. @lissy93 briefly outlines the top 10 neat tricks you can use to level up your logging experience.

Mock an API in One Minute

Great news: you can mock an API in only one minute and you don't need to write any scripts. @manikbajaj will show you how!

Writing Your First Conference Proposal

Maybe you’ve been thinking about speaking at a conference, but you’re nervous. Hopefully, this blog post from @bekahhw will help you discover an idea and/or overcome the fear of submitting.

Spring Modulith: Have We Reached Modularity Maturity?

Many folks flock to microservices because the application they work on resembles a messy plate of spaghetti. 🍝 @nfrankel contends that if ya have a well-designed application, the pull of microservices isn't so strong.

That's it for our weekly Top 7 for this Tuesday! Keep an eye on dev.to this week for daily content and discussions...and be sure to keep an eye on this series in the future. You might just be in it!

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Michael Tharrington (he/him)

Major props to this week's featured authors: @derlin, @saminarp, @pavanbelagatti, @lissy93, @manikbajaj, @bekahhw, and @nfrankel. πŸ™Œ

Thank y'all so much for sharing such awesome posts with the DEV community!

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BekahHW

Awesome! Thank you.

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Nicolas Frankel

Happy to share every week 😁

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Manik

Great ❀️ thank you!

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Bobby Iliev

That is awesome!

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sahra

Hoping one of my article gets featured sometime😊🀞

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Michael Tharrington (he/him)

You're writing some really helpful stuff! Keep it up and we'll see.

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sahra

Thank you... just started my writing journey. Hoping to grow with you guys 😊β™₯️

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Samina Rahman Purba

Thank you so much for featuring me!!

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Michael Tharrington (he/him)

Of course, thank you for sharing!

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Renan Ferro

Nice articles, congratulations to all of you πŸ’ͺπŸΌπŸš€

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Pavan Belagatti

The love I am receiving from this community is just amazing. That motivates me to write for such articles and give back to the community:) Thanks a lot!

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Michael Tharrington (he/him)

Awww yeah! It's so great to hear that. A whole lotta love here! πŸ’š

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Shahbaz

thanks for again highliting!

An Animated Guide to Node.js Event Lop

Node.js doesn’t stop from running other operations because of Libuv, a C++ library responsible for the event loop and asynchronously handling tasks such as network requests, DNS resolution, file system operations, data encryption, etc.

What happens under the hood when Node.js works on tasks such as database queries? We will explore it by following this piece of code step by step.