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Wish you all a very happy Valentine’s Day. What better way to celebrate today than celebrating our love for programming and technology.
It was raining originals this week at Hashnode. Our week was certainly lit up by Joseph Jude,
who explains the role of a CTO in his Hashnode Original.
We have a list of other discussions and resources that you would like to take a look at, below.
As usual, we’re here with a curation of a lot more discussions and resources!
Cheers,Sid from Hashnode
In this story, Joseph Jude has poured all of the insights that he has bagged over the years, from being a CTO, and managing teams under him. If you are, even remotely, in a managerial position, then this inspirational read shall set you on the right path of leadership.
Story by Joseph Jude · 22 upvotes
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Story by Kleo Petrov · 14 upvotes
Which company’s source code would you like to look at for a period of 24 hours with unrestricted access? Airbnb, Tesla or Google? Well, to each their own. See what everyone in our community has to say about it.
Question · 19 comments
“Be honest and upfront” seems to be the consensus amongst the community. Does that mean you say “I don’t know”? Nope, you try to come up with a solution. Like Andrew has put it in his answer; “The purpose of an interview is to see if you fit with their team and if that team will fit with you. You might be given questions for which there is no real answer. They want to see how you will behave under pressure”
Question · 7 answers
Chillmatic says it depends on how pure you want to be. Clojure, Elixir and LISP are some of his suggestions. Read more to find out what the other Hashnoders have to say.
Poll · 43 votes · 5 comment
One of the perks of being an editor of the newsletter is to get your own story into the newsletter. Kidding aside, an email based password-less login is something we always wanted to do at Hashnode. Read this story on our latest authentication addition, and a brand new homepage.
Story by Siddarthan · 11 upvotes · 3 answers
The answers are still coming in for this fantastic question by Ben Briggs. The examples he cites in his questions are answers in themselves. As Ben puts it, “Stack traces are useful if you want to work out the location of an error, but often they don't tell the whole story”.
Question · 2 answers
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Why do we do what we do? Emanuele Tuttolani says he feels like an artisan who brings his creation to life when writes code. Read more to find out what the other Hashnoders have to say.
Question · 7 responses
The classical Vanilla vs Framework question. At Hashnode, we use React. A lot of users from our community have arguments supporting both sides. Read more to find out what the community has to say.
Question · 4 answers
The answers to this question made me realize that not everyone printed “Hello World” to STDOUT. Stephan de Vries, for instance wrote a number guessing game on his Casio Calculator.
Question · 8 answers
Switching between programming languages isn’t always a smooth transition. Read more to find out the community’s trysts with picking up Java.
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