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Anand Kumar

Experienced, Creative, ambitious and enterprising software engineer. I primarily focus on modern JavaScript, more specifically React, its ecosystem and Node.js.

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Manager at Publicis Sapient

Create your own Deno module + Github Action

Create your own Deno module + Github Action

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Deno is here. Todo App(React) + Deno Server (API) + Docker.

Deno is here. Todo App(React) + Deno Server (API) + Docker.

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What editor and font you use for WebDev

What editor and font you use for WebDev

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A journey of creating first flutter app

A journey of creating first flutter app

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DEV.TO | Telegram Posts

DEV.TO | Telegram Posts

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Fix: MacOS Catalina and CommandLineTools Issue

Fix: MacOS Catalina and CommandLineTools Issue

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On demand & colorful console log in NodeJS

On demand & colorful console log in NodeJS

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MacOS Catalina: Top 3 features I liked most

MacOS Catalina: Top 3 features I liked most

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What should I learn next?

What should I learn next?

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React component lifecycle with Hook§

React component lifecycle with Hook§

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React Hooks: Migrate class component to functional and use hooks

React Hooks: Migrate class component to functional and use hooks

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ES6 and Beyond > Part 2

ES6 and Beyond > Part 2

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ES6 and Beyond > Part 1

ES6 and Beyond > Part 1

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CSS for Beginners

CSS for Beginners

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Sharpen your `console` axe in javascript for better logging

Sharpen your `console` axe in javascript for better logging

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