20 Mar

How To Succeed On Your First Day 100% Remote

It's your first day working remote at a new corporation. You don't know anyone. You have no idea how to start developing on the tech stack because IT has locked you out of the corporate Github instance. You grab a cup of coffee then sit and wait for ...

19 Mar

Intro to Azure Container Instances

Azure Container Instances (ACI) is the easiest way to run a container in the cloud. There’s no need to worry about orchestrators and you can get per-second billing, so why not get started!

To help you get started I’ve created a GitHub repository cal...

19 Mar

Intro to Azure Container Instances

Azure Container Instances (ACI) is the easiest way to run a container in the cloud. There’s no need to worry about orchestrators and you can get per-second billing, so why not get started!

To help you get started I’ve created a GitHub repository cal...

19 Mar

Chrome Lite Pages

The Chrome team announced a new feature called Lite Pages that can be activated by flipping on the Data Saver option on an Android device:

Chrome on Android’s Data Saver feature helps by automatically optimizing web pages to make them load faster. When users are facing network or data constraints, Data Saver may reduce data use by up to 90% and load pages two times faster, and by making pages load faster, a larger fraction of pages actually finish loading

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19 Mar

How To Quit Your Job

Preface: I am not thinking of leaving my current job. Additionally, this is my experience of leaving a job in the United States. Certain logistics may pertain solely to the U.S. so you may want to consult a trusted colleague, friend, or mentor about ...

19 Mar

Who is hiring? (As of March 2019)

This is our monthly thread where community members share openings at their companies.

Here a few ground rules:

Please only post if you are personally part of the hiring company (no recruiting firms) Please provide brief background on what your com...

19 Mar

Who is hiring? (As of March 2019)

This is our monthly thread where community members share openings at their companies.

Here a few ground rules:

Please only post if you are personally part of the hiring company (no recruiting firms) Please provide brief background on what your com...

19 Mar

Stacked “Borders”

A little while back, I was in the process of adding focus styles to An Event Apart’s web site. Part of that was applying different focus effects in different areas of the design, like white rings in the header and footer and orange rings in the main text. But in one place, I wanted rings that were more obvious—something like stacking two borders on top of each other, in order to create unusual shapes that would catch the eye.

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19 Mar

I Don’t Hate Arrow Functions

TL;DR Arrow functions are fine for certain usages, but they have so many variations that they need to be carefully controlled to not break down the readability of the code. While arrow functions clearly have a ubiquitous community consensus (though not unanimous support!), it turns out there’s a wide variety of opinions on what makes […]

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