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TIL — The power of JSON.stringify replacer parameter

I had a challenging problem with JSON stringify that ignored my data in a place where I expected sets of values. Luckily I managed to solve it in a very elegant way.

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Top picks — 2019 September

Writing for big publications, Command Line Heroes podcast, TypeScript vs ReasonML, Can I use merges with MDN, FaunaDB on Netlify, great guide to HTML5 `<head>` elements and more…

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Thanks to MongoDB.local London 2019

Being a MongoDB user I could not wait to go to MongoDB.local London 2019. Having an opportunity to learn the subject from its creators is irreplaceable and this time it wasn't an exception.

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Top picks — 2019 August

Google’s “core updates”, get experience as a software engineer, WebKit Tracking Prevention Policy, optional chaining in JavaScript and more…

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Promise combinators explained

Promise.all, Promise.race, Promise.allSettled and Promise.any help us a lot with operations on compound promises. Let me clarify the difference between them.

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Top picks — 2019 July

JavaScript global variables, Netlify Analytics, AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio Code, Algebraic Effects, CSS Lists, Markers, Counters and Margins, optional chaining and more…

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I built a thing! Instagram line break!

Instagram doesn't want you to insert line breaks in captions and bios. Thats the reason why I created this little web app. Enjoy!

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Configure a local WordPress development using Docker

WordPress being the absolute top of the podium of user-friendly content management systems can be cumbersome to spin up locally. Docker containers are perfect for tasks like this so let me explain.

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Top picks — 2019 June

The Evolution Of A Brand, plugins are coming to Figma, WWDC19 and more…

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Apple changed the default shell from bash to zsh, so did I

Love it or hate it but since macOS Catalina the default shell language is zsh. I am very excited about this decision so let me share with you my favourite parts of the new command-line interpreter.

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