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re: Deno 1.0 is out!
I would love to see Node creator rebuild Node with features h...
re: JavaScript Tooling (Online Book)
No way until a type system like this proposal added to Java...
re: Dockerizing React Apps
On Linux systems, Docker directly leverages the kernel of t...
re: Dockerizing React Apps
Im using 8gb ram mac. docker on mac uses different virtuali...
re: Dockerizing React Apps
Docker is the best for production on linux! one small prob...
re: What's Wrong with CSS?
Yes sass is enjoyable to write. I used to like it but movin...
re: What's Wrong with CSS?
Yes CSS will be similar to webassembly when becoming a comp...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 2: The Basics
geeksforgeeks.org has many tutorials about data structures...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer
glad it helped! enjoy reading.
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer
Yes that's a strong point of becoming a fullstack dev! you'...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 5: The DevOps
Surely not! but very young since released November last yea...
re: Cracking The Frontend Interview, Part 4: JavaScript
This post focuses heavily on javascript in interview, in th...
re: A Complete Guide to JavaScript Tooling
Just for reference only! Bower has been deprecated and we a...
re: A Complete Guide to JavaScript Tooling
Thanks Matei! I only list top options in this post, the exh...
re: JavaScript Static Type Checkers
Thanks Matei, I fixed that 🥳🥳
re: What is Tree Shaking?
Thanks v1rtl, I'll update it with some examples to make it ...
re: Cracking The Frontend Interview, Part 3: CSS
Ah yes thanks so much! I fixed it.
re: CSS-in-JS Styling Technique
No I haven't tried it yet. It sounds promising but the repo...
re: How CSS Works Under the Hood
Glad my series helped! Happy reading.
re: How CSS Works Under the Hood
I repost most of my blog series on dev.to, I thought you'll...
re: Beloved CSS Frameworks
Thanks Andrew! Glad you enjoyed it.
re: The Opinionated Decision on CSS Resets
Thanks for suggesting. this modern reset looks good.
re: Digital nomad lifestyle of remote web developer
Nope, I only know about the book :D
re: Digital nomad lifestyle of remote web developer
It might be hard initially but you'll start to enjoy your f...
re: Freelancing as an extrovert, It's NOT easy!
Haha it's like prisoning yourself :v
re: Digital nomad lifestyle of remote web developer
No place better than home but we only appreciate it after m...
re: I'm writing Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer book
Thank Jason 🥳 really appreciate your suggestion. No Starch ...
re: I'm writing Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer book
Really appreciate your suggestion! I would be thinking hard...
re: I'm writing Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer book
Thanks man :) good luck with your book!
re: I'm writing Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer book
Thanks a lot Chris :) Really appreciate your advice. I'm st...
re: I'm writing Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer book
I have just started writing 😀 stay tuned. it will be availa...
re: Cracking The Frontend Interview, Part 1: Overview
😬 yeah a little harsh when I say that 🙃 what I really mean ...
re: Cracking The Frontend Interview, Part 1: Overview
Thanks :) happy reading.
re: Cracking The Frontend Interview, Part 1: Overview
"skills beat experiences" is more a belief than a fact. Als...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 6: The Monorepo
Thanks for your support :D
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 5: The DevOps
Thanks! Be careful when deciding to become full stack devel...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 5: The DevOps
Thanks! Happy coding!
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 5: The DevOps
Yes we can see the trend that version control sites (github...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 5: The DevOps
Haha take it easy man! My primary goal when becoming a full...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 1: The Motivation
Awesome 😬 Now I'm sure I'm moving on the right direction cuz ...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 4: The Frontend
For the near future your point is strong and true! I still ...
re: What would your opinion be of a "reading position" indicator on DEV?
Current version has very tiny problem is that I have a fals...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 4: The Frontend
It's actually true when you work with React Native, at very...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 4: The Frontend
IMHO there are no such resources, it all comes down to pers...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 4: The Frontend
Like building a house, having strong base is always good. T...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 4: The Frontend
It never hurts to learn the basics, we all know serious fro...
re: Protecting The First Website, Part 1: Common Threats
Thanks a lot for the link :)
re: Protecting The First Website, Part 1: Common Threats
Thank Mohammad, Arber Braja :) This series is quite complic...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 1: The Motivation
It's dangerous to go wide too early! Focus on being really go...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 3: The Backend
I don't have specific list of resources, IMO it's better to...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 3: The Backend
hoodie is just a small layer which sync and expose your dat...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 3: The Backend
Yes this mini series has 6 parts in total: Become a Fullst...
re: Become a Fullstack JavaScript Developer, Part 3: The Backend
Thanks! I'm planning on putting Docker in part DevOps commi...
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