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Book review: Deep Work by Cal Newport

After reading “Digital Minimalism” by Cal Newport, I knew this wouldn’t be the last book I read by this author. So, being fascinated by the results of a distraction-free lifestyle, I decided to give this almost legendary publication a read.

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Book review: Buddhism for Busy People by David Michie

One of my best friends was fascinated by Buddhism. Unfortunately, he passed away more than a decade ago. I promised myself that one day I would try to explore this subject as a symbol of respect to him and fulfil my natural curiosity.

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Top picks — 2021 December

Amazon S3 Glacier reduces prices and new storage classes arrives, imporvements to AWS deal letter queues, AWS CDK v2 announced, brand new GitHub code search, some resources abour advanced Reacr concepts, Deno and TC39 work together, Tailwind 3.0 released, things that you didn’t know about CSS content property, GitHub lists and more…

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A look back at 2021

Time for my annual summary of my personal and professional achievements and failures from the past year of 2021. The last 12 months brought many changes, luckily most of them were very good!

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Top picks — 2021 November

Change form behaviour with button attributes, Web Performance Metrics Cheatsheet, inside the TypeScript compiler, list of ECMAScript proposals, validation in Node.js, the ins and outs of function overloading in TypeScript, Lambda events filtering, next-generation text editor from JetBrains and more!

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Thanks for everything Mindera! Hi Heydoc!

There’s a lot thats changed in my life in the last 3.5 years. However, it was possible just because I joined Mindera in June 2018. I consider this one of the best decisions I have ever made.

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Top picks — 2021 October

Building a modern website in 2021, conditional border in CSS, ARIA in HTML, Parcel v2, AWS Lambda Functions powered by AWS Graviton2 processor, VSCode in the browser, incluging one HTML in the other and more…

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