Today I learned

JavaScript Array Mutation

Today I learned forgot, that the JavaScript array method mutates the original array. This caused me a lot of trouble and some nasty bugs. So…

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No floating promises

If you have worked with Promises in JavaScript, you know that Promises returned by functions must be handled appropriatly. Unhandled…

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Optional Chaining

The optional chaining operator can now be used in production! Hurray! 🥳If you have no idea what this is, here is an example for you: Let's…

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Estimating tickets according to reference stories

Do you find yourself having a hard time estimating user stories right in your refinement meetings? Does it feel more like a lucky guess if…

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Multiline commit messages

Stefan Judis showed in this tweet how to write multiline git commit messages. Instead of writing one very looong commit message: You can use…

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What the heck is the event loop anyway?

When I started learning NodeJS and researched a lot on this topic, I stumbled across this video from Philip Roberts: What the heck is the…

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Deno

Today I learned about Deno. Deno - what is that? Another React competitor, another JS framework which will "make everything better and easer…

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Second-guessing the modern web

Today I learned about an article from Tom MacWright, which is, in my opinion, one of the most important and controversial articles about web…

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The cost of JavaScript frameworks

Tim Kadlec did an in depth analysis of the most common JavaScript frameworks right now and their performance. It's totally worth the read…

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Grep App

Someone once told me: a great way to learn to code is to look at other peoples code. A great way for doing that is, of course, GitHub. But…

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