There are many different philosophies when it comes to code review but mine is fairly simple: I like receiving early “work in progress” patches, I like to be positive in my code review messages, and if a patch is 90% there, I like to finish the patch myself so the project and contributor both benefit. […]
On this episode: David turns carmudgeon when it comes to conferences. The crew talks about different conferences, pitfalls of going to a conference, and most importantly, how to be successful at a conference. Enjoy!
I was one of the biggest fans of flexbox before it hit but, due to being shuffled around at Mozilla, I never had the chance to use it in any practice project; thus, flexbox still seems like a bit of a mystery to me. This greatly pains me because I feel left out of the […]
On this week’s episode we welcome Ashley Grant of Aurelia fame to talk about open source: the good, the bad, the ugly, and the scary. Enjoy!
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Since the release of es6 many new features have found their way into NodeJS, but non had quite the same impact as promises. Promises have been developed for the browser before es6 was even a thing. There were several implementations that have been used like jQuery’s deferred object before the standard made them obsolete. Promises […]
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When I speak with people who have interviewed for front-end jobs at cryptocurrency exchanges, they always tell me how surprised they are that a majority of the interview questions are security-centric. Basic front-end security practices are fair game for all front-end developer interviews but anything in the financial sector, especially cryptocurrency, is going to test […]