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Top picks — 2020 March

GOV.UK Design System team changed the input type for numbers, MonoLisa — stunning font family designed for software developers, npm is joining GitHub, CSS :nth-of-class selector, imact of CSS on screenreaders and more…

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RSS feed for youtube channels and GitHub project

Today a quick tip but a massive time saver in the long run. Let's stop being hooked on suggested youtube vides and watch only what we really care about.

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Book review: Endurance by Scott Kelly

I have always been curious about the subject of space travel, living in such a distant place and the daily life and routines out there. I couldn't have picked a better book to satisfy my curiosity.

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Top picks — 2020 February

The Web We Want initiative, HTTPS Is Easy, new JavaScript bundler coded entirely in a go language, revolutionary TypeScript 3.8 changes, Firefox and Edge Support in Cypress 4.0 and more…

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Book review: Humble Pi: A Comedy of Maths Errors by Matt Parker

Despite the fact that I have never had a trophy for being the best maths student at school, I always enjoyed mathematics. I can get through some simple equations but everything more challenging than trigonometry or matrices normally ends up being a spectacular fiasco. My failures are very insignificant compared to the ones described in the book that I just read.

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Book review: Gravitas by Caroline Goyder

I am a constant joker! Most of the time there's nothing bad about this, but in a senior-level position in big software company, some level of seriousness can be helpful. The power to be a great communicator lies somewhere in-between, doesn't it?

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Top picks — 2020 January

TSConf 2019 talks are online! Dan Abramov ans his advice abour writing a clean code, animate text along the SVG path, Microsoft Edge on Chromium, beautiful JetBrains Mono, Yarn 2 and more…

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TIL — git switch & git restore

Switching branches and restoring files to its initial state are very common operations. Why the hell should we use a single command to perform such different actions?

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Book review: Peter Pan

After the last decade that I’ve spent reading serious, mature, programming and science-related books, I decided to re-experience that feeling of pure adventure and make-believe which comes from reading a children’s book. I don't regret this decision and I am sure I am going to read more toddler novels soon.

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Book review: Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear

I have always been reading a ton but this year I am planning to make a subject shift. Less nerdy technical gibberish and more stuff that can help me to be a better version of myself.

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