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Sammy Israwi

Software Developer who works mostly on Web stuff. I like JS, but I also like other things. I also do photography, and look at sneakers online that I will never be able to buy.

Location Seattle, WA Joined Joined onΒ  Personal website https://www.sammyis.me github website twitter website

Education

University of Central Florida

Work

Software Developer at Microsoft

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Daily Hacktoberfest Miscellaneous discussion (October 6th)

0/4 yet 😒 been busy with moving and starting a new job, I n...

Note-taking -- People still Do That?

Never heard about Notion, but I am giving it a shot right n...

A simple explanation of functional pipe in JavaScript

Fantastic! I wondered about this but I don't think I've eve...

What habit do many senior engineers have that juniors should try to avoid adopting?

I've had to struggle with this myself! I've had the urge to...

Weekly-digest: summary of activity on your GitHub repository

Interesting! I wonder how difficult it would be to make it ...

What was your win this week?

Kinda because I moved to a snowy area, but that's because w...

πŸŽπŸ’DevTo CLIπŸ’πŸŽ: A Valentine's Day Gift To My Favorite People

Oooh so cool! Nice work!

What was your win this week?

This week, I.... Got to experience an actual snowfall for...

JS Project Setup: Code Quality is simple when you don't have to do anything

Oh! Sorry I don't play Kingdom Hearts. I feel I was too lat...

JS Project Setup: Code Quality is simple when you don't have to do anything

I'm not sure I understand, what circumstances?

Welcome Thread - v28

The Order of the Serpent? As in this Order of the Serpent? ...

JS Project Setup: Code Quality is simple when you don't have to do anything

There's nothing wrong with normal git hooks if you prefer t...

Silly Repos

It has been a while, but here is a repo for all your 5 need...

Optional Chaining may be coming to JavaScript

Oh very interesting! Thank you for developing it!

Welcome Thread - v14

This might be a great place to start!

Welcome Thread - v14

We all hit that point when we realize how much we have to l...

Do you use Service Workers in production? How has your experience been like?

Why not? Do you not need it? Or is the effort not worth it ...

Do tattoos influence the probability of getting hired?

My parents are the type that thought that when I got a tatt...

What is a website that you visit regularly despite its technical quality and user experience?

Any website to pay the utilities bills

How does your web dev team decide on browser support?

If the client needs/wants support for a browser version the...

A code review checklist prevents stupid mistakes

This is weirdly relevant, I just started working on a Node ...

What's your dream job?

My answer would be disappointingly simple: a gig where I wo...

Optional Chaining may be coming to JavaScript

Well, I do agree that the problem can be solved with better...

Optional Chaining may be coming to JavaScript

C# is a fantastic language :D

Optional Chaining may be coming to JavaScript

It all depends on the situation. Sure, sometimes you need t...

If you could go back 10 years, what would you say to yourself?

I can definitely see the value of learning a language via v...

Optional Chaining may be coming to JavaScript

Why do you think so? I agree that the syntax right now is n...

If you could go back 10 years, what would you say to yourself?

But would you be as happy tho?

Any good Frontend Frameworks

I stand by React these days. It feels natural for me once y...

If you could go back 10 years, what would you say to yourself?

"Play less MapleStory" is what I usually joke about when I'...

Optional Chaining may be coming to JavaScript

While the exact syntax is not written in stone yet (in fact...

Optional Chaining may be coming to JavaScript

Yeah, you are not alone in that. That syntax of those seems...

Optional Chaining may be coming to JavaScript

So apparently there has been a lengthy, 3 years long discus...

Optional Chaining may be coming to JavaScript

Yeah, it has been in Stage 1 for a long while. From what I ...

What conferences are you submitting to this year?

I'll check them out, thank you!

What conferences are you submitting to this year?

There was a conference that I was interested in submitting ...

What do you Google EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. and never just memorize?

Switch statement format. I always forget where the {} and t...

Open Source Resources for Beginners

Amazing, I need to save this!

Do you have any "smart home" projects in the works or in mind?

So not exactly a project that I have planned, but I am inte...

Why Go for Node.js Developers

On my Laptop the JavaScript process uses 8.6MB while the G...

Should You Truly Never Use var?

I've tried to avoid using var ever since I learned about le...

Explain Lambda expressions like I'm five

Are you familiar with JavaScript? If so, think of Lambda ex...

How to demo your localhost app using ngrok

When making requests from your application, are they made f...

Recognizing a trend vs. a lasting truth

Continuing on your thought about Elm being a more native wa...

What ever happened to putting the object type on the left?

I used to think that it was normal and preferred to have type...

The status of Meteor on Windows in 2017

Thank you!

The status of Meteor on Windows in 2017

At this point in time, I am hoping to use Meteor only on a ...

Now that Hacktoberfest is over, do you have anything to share?

I don't think I'm with the FreeCodeCamp guide! Sound fun to...

What tutorials would make a non-developer think you're a magician?

Anything that would have to do with ML! Even developers wou...

Hiding details in JavaScript classes with symbols

Fantastic! I didn't know about Symbols before. But why not...

Now that Hacktoberfest is over, do you have anything to share?

Sounds like a good community - are you still contributing t...

I'm a co-founder of dev.to (this website), ask me anything!

Would the mentor host be a dev.to dev or a community member...

I'm a co-founder of dev.to (this website), ask me anything!

Ms. Lee: How has dev.to changed in the last couple of month...

Reason got an Update

You said that starting with Reason has never been easier, b...

Object Destructuring in ES6

Great article! Picked up some tricks that I wish I knew bef...

What should be in the software developers 'Hippocratic Oath'?

I think something somewhat similar already exists in ACM's ...

What are you working on for Open Source?

I'll be working on GitPoint and probably shuffling around o...

What are you working on for Open Source?

Great! Will be taking a look

Using Create-React-App with Express

Quick question! If you don't want to develop and test the R...

Welcome Thread - v1

Hello all! My name is Sammy, I am primarily a front end dev...

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