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Weekly Digest 26/2021 - Top of the Week

Welcome to my Weekly Digest #26.

This weekly digest contains a lot of interesting and inspiring articles, videos, tweets, podcasts, and designs I consumed during this week.


 

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Interesting articles to read

React Architecture: How to Structure and Organize a React Application

There is no consensus on the right way to organize a React application. React gives you a lot of freedom, but with that freedom comes the responsibility of deciding on your own architecture.

React Architecture: How to Structure and Organize a React Application

Bear plus snowflake equals polar bear

Bear plus snowflake equals polar bear

How to preserve query parameters in React Router links

React Router makes front-end routing a breeze, but it's not always obvious how to handle query parameters.

How to preserve query parameters in React Router links

Good Meetings

Like it or not, meetings are essential to a good working environment and communication. Therefore, it’s crucial that we work on making them as productive as possible.

Good Meetings


Some great videos I watched this week

How to Create and Publish an NPM Package

Publishing a Javascript package to the NPM registry is quite easy, but there are some gotchas and things to know along the way. I'll show creating a super simple package, creating an NPM account, and then publishing a package. Then I'll go over unpublishing packages and how to publish a scoped package and why.

by Jimmy Cleveland

Three Patterns To Scale Your Microservices

Microservices have been a popular architecture choice for the last several years. Over the years we've adopted microservices architectures to ever growing set of use-cases and different development and deployment strategies. Watch this video to learn the three patterns that will help you architect better and scale your microservices apps.

Top 50+ AWS Services Explained in 10 Minutes

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world's largest and most complex cloud with over 200 unique services. Learn about the top 50 cloud products in just ten minutes.

by Fireship

Nodejs Nunjucks Template Injection

by John Hammond

VS Code Tips and Tricks for 2021

Watch this video to learn about all of the cool tips and tricks on how to better use the amazing VS Code in 2021.

by Harald Kirschner

4 Ways to get a competitive advantage as a frontend developer

Everyone want's to become a programmer nowadays. The market is pretty competitive already.
I work as a frontend developer for more than 10 years already and I have career advice that will give you a competitive advantage.

by Maksim Ivanov


Useful GitHub repositories

CovidPass

Web app for adding EU COVID-19 Vaccination Certificates to your wallets

GitHub logo covidpass-org / covidpass

Web app for adding EU COVID-19 Vaccination Certificates to your wallets

CovidPass

This web app offers the ability to add your EU Digital Covid Vaccination Certificates as a pass into your favorite wallet apps on iOS/watchOS or Android/wearOS. CovidPass accomplishes this without sending your data to a server and instead only uses a hashed representation for the signing step.

Getting started

If you want to add your vaccination certificate into your wallet with CovidPass, there are two main options.

  • Use the CovidPass web app hosted by us
  • Use your own Apple Developer Certificate to generate a pass

Note that the latter option requires you to have an Apple Developer Account and is a more complicated process.

Quick start

Using our service

Running it yourself

Note that the following options do not have support for actually converting your certificates as they…

How they SRE

A curated collection of publicly available resources on how technology and tech-savvy organizations around the world practice Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)

GitHub logo upgundecha / howtheysre

A curated collection of publicly available resources on how technology and tech-savvy organizations around the world practice Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)

How they SRE

PRs Welcome CI

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A curated collection of publicly available resources on how technology and tech-savvy organizations around the world practice Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)

Introduction

How They SRE is a curated knowledge repository of best practices, tools, techniques, and culture of SRE adopted by the leading technology or tech-savvy organizations.

Many organizations regularly come forward and share their best practices, tools, techniques and offer an insight into engineering culture on various public platforms like engineering blogs, conferences & meetups. The content is curated from these avenues and shared in this repository.

Note to readers: This list refers to some of the articles, posts, videos, tools, and techniques published before 2015. Please use such material with caution as there may be recent advances in technology and practices which offer better alternatives and perspectives.

Topics

  • Site Reliability Engineering
  • Hiring and Building SRE teams
  • SRE Culture
  • DevOps
  • Monitoring & Observability
  • Alerting
  • Incident Response…

Reverse Engineering

List of awesome reverse engineering resources


dribbble shots

School Admin - Dashboard

https://cdn.dribbble.com/users/2566396/screenshots/15967180/media/42ebf1770d52952aa7bf065e6f4b8fe0.png

by Muhammad Zaki Alzikri

Foodbar

https://cdn.dribbble.com/users/5554868/screenshots/15967299/media/96f53ea34ee6a60206d7bd838ee0d13f.jpg

by Shayan Umar

Financial Mobile App: Online Banking

https://cdn.dribbble.com/users/2814689/screenshots/15969145/media/f5b37a93c17eb336012b7390f47f2b9f.jpg

by Saad Ibn Sayed

Mobile Wallet App

https://cdn.dribbble.com/users/1997192/screenshots/15971002/media/90c946116b7947170dd00da8497566d4.png

by Sajon

Landing Page: Furniture Store

https://cdn.dribbble.com/users/2253180/screenshots/15971883/media/dd6c23b50ab3f116e8d9c7b935b7ef47.jpg

by AR Shakir


Tweets


Picked Pens

Blob study

by Liam Egan

bored

by Alex Trost

Click to open

by Amit Sheen


Podcasts worth listening

Syntax - Dev Tools Power — Elements Tab

In this episode of Syntax, Scott and Wes talk about the Dev Tools Elements Tab — all the features, and when you would use them!

The CSS Podcast - Touch interaction

Today we touch on touch interaction. Covering CSS's ability to change a user's touch experience with properties like touch-action, scroll-behavior, user-select and more.


Thank you for reading, talk to you next week, and stay safe! 👋

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