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Joseph Moore

Mythical full-stack dev at Pluralsight. I live in an imperative world, but I go to a functional happy place in my dreams.

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What’s the best JavaScript framework?

Now, to get really controversial: nothing's better than an ...

What’s the best JavaScript framework?

Honestly? I've never had a better developer experience than...

Bringing Order to Web Design Chaos (with Web Components)

Yeah, the decision was made a while back to start dropping ...

What are your thoughts on the whole 10x engineer viral discussion?

Re: #2 Seriously, though. The comment on how the best deve...

The 10 points that make up real "10x engineers"

Pardon the sports metaphor, but it reminds me of the LA Lak...

The 10 points that make up real "10x engineers"

As I've matured as a developer, and having fit a few of these...

What do you code to relax?

Call me crazy, but I write unit tests. There's something ab...

Why SvelteJS may be the best framework for new web devs

From the article: For the abridged explanation, Svelte is m...

The biggest mistake library and framework maintainers make

I either maintain or contribute to multiple internal librar...

Lets Build Web Components! Part 8: Mythbusters Edition

So, we don't actually redefine the entire element, we just ...

Lets Build Web Components! Part 8: Mythbusters Edition

I've solved both of these problems using CSS Properties. I...

Lets Build Web Components! Part 8: Mythbusters Edition

Thanks for debunking these myths! I'm definitely keeping th...

How did software teams handle version control before version control tools? Did distributed development exist back then?

Where I work, there's still a large 1990's era monolith wri...

What made you ✍🏻 your first post here? 🤔

I started following this community way back in the dark age...

Many software communities do not value the need to reduce the mental load for developers

Of necessity, I've become a big believer in this idea. In f...

Why is React a library and not a (simple) framework?

I am of the opinion that react (the package) is, in fact, a l...

Database Views Don't Really Exist

I think so. Between views and stored procedures, you can d...

Building Web Components with Vanilla JavaScript

For performance reasons, the browsers require you to define...

Just learn a language. Popularity be darned.

More than learning language X or framework Y, the most impo...

Bringing Order to Web Design Chaos (with Web Components)

It's all in our loading script. Our build process for each...

Bringing Order to Web Design Chaos (with Web Components)

In some of our components, we actually do! They can't do e...

Progressive Enhancement is non-negotiable.

Progressive enhancement is one of my soapboxes. I'm really ...

Infrastructure as Code: A beginner's perspective

I love IaC. It has really changed the way I code, and I do...

Should I prioritize authentication first in my project than its core functionalities?

My advice: integrate authentication early, but don't reinve...

Do you use any special glasses for work?

When I got new glasses recently, I got a second pair with t...

React Beginner Question Thread ⚛

Actually, if I understand what you're getting at, that help...

React Beginner Question Thread ⚛

I've done a lot of Web UI work in the past, but have yet to...

Tagged Template Literals in ES6

I love the many possibilities that tagged template literals o...

Would you send a plain text password from your website to the server over a secure connection?

It doesn't require "no storage" (at least, not of the PAN),...

Would you send a plain text password from your website to the server over a secure connection?

As in all things in InfoSec, it's all about considering wha...

Would you send a plain text password from your website to the server over a secure connection?

Edit: I'm summarizing the discussion in the comments below,...

How to securely store API keys

If you're running in AWS, you can also make use of Paramete...

The Road to Modern JavaScript

Good news on the ES6 modules front - while you still have t...

The Road to Modern JavaScript

In a perfect HTTP/2 world, bundling becomes an antipattern....

How Much Does Your Tech Stack Really Matter?

I know Alex has heard me say this before (hi Alex!), but bl...

Emojifying my Bash Prompt (and why you should too)

Ooh, I like that. I hadn't even thought of it!

Emojifying my Bash Prompt (and why you should too)

From what I hear, I'd have to try really hard to make it an...

The Problem with Interfaces, and how Go Fixed it

The Go developers believe that, with interfaces, you mostly c...

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