✉️ Hashnode Times, Issue 55Read this email on the web
There is not now, and never will be, a language in which it is the least bit difficult to write bad programs.
Flon’s Law ·
One of Val Head’s tips for beginner front-end developers,
is to learn the basic principles of visual design and typography. No time’s better than now for this crash course in typography to understand everything there is to know about
the basics of type.
There has been a great amount of learning resources shared in the community the past week. One that particularly stood out for me was the article on Understanding everything you should know about flexbox. There’s an option for a PDF, if that’s more your style.
Apart from that, here is a list of everything interesting that was shared in the community, the last week:
Cheers,Sai from Hashnode
What are the tools which you use for CI/CD at work?
Question · 9 Responses
do you handle deployments in your team? Do you manage them via something like Jenkins or do you delegate the work to a CI/CD SaaS offering. Here’s how these developers handle CI/CD.
How do you handle OSS licenses?
Question · 6 Responses
are so many variants of open source licenses out there. Peruse these developers' opinions on how you should go about picking one for your OSS project.
Why should I use ImmutableJS in my current web application?
Question · 3 Responses
This discussion of why ImmutableJS, and why immutability has brief developer responses on the benefits of thinking immutably.
As a developer what gives you a headache?
Question · 10 Responses
“Internet Explorer. :)” Ouch! Having chosen the Software Development profession, the pains that you have to go through, are many. These well articulated answers reinforce the fact that you aren’t alone!
If Facebook were built today, which tech stack would it use?
would you build all the different components of a social network giant, if you were to start from scratch today. What tools, libraries, and frameworks would you plan to use. Developers pour in with their architectural perspectives.
Do you program for just fun, sometimes? If yes, what do you do?
Programming can be a fun, and a creative activity; so much so that it could addictive at times. From building side projects to participating in programming games; read how/what these developers program, to clock in their hobby time.
Can someone recommend a diagram tool?
If you’re ever on the lookout for a good diagram tool, for your next presentation; or chalking up something to make that one documentation, a tad more clear; look no further, this one’s for you.
Do you think most programmers are atheists?
being a programmer could ever correlate with being a theist, or an atheist? Read on… Programmers discuss theism, religion, and their opinions on these.
We're programmers, right? We all basically know - nothing exists unless we design it and create it. Randomness only…
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Answer by Mario Giambanco · 11 upvotes · 4 appreciations
Who'll be a better programmer after a year — the "VanillaJS" programmer, or the "ReactJS" programmer?
The better programmer will be the one who learns the concepts of programming and data structures. Whatever language they are using will have little…
Answer by Andrew Wooldridge · 6 upvotes · 3 appreciations
A lot of answers are pretty good but miss the core of the question: why did we end up with JS specifically? Originally there was…
Answer by Alan Plum · 6 upvotes · 2 appreciations
What to do after learning a programming language?
German idiom: After learning is before learning. No one will ever be finished learning a language (not even its inventor). Believe me, there are still so many exciting things to find out about it…
Answer by Marco Alka · 4 upvotes · 2 appreciations
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