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- Why it's Worth Learning Go Four small lessons for better development in any language
- Creating a CLI with TypeScript The same statically-typed goodness for web applications is just as helpful for building command-line interfaces.
- React Render Props with TypeScript React render props are a useful tool for sharing logic across multiple components. Think of them as...
- Thinking Fast and Slow I'm a relative latecomer to the pop-science subgenre of behavioral economics
- Specialization Do one thing and do it well. But in web development?
- React Context with TypeScript TypeScript takes React's Context API to the next level by safely typing shared state. Here's how it works in practice.
- Before You Go Paperless The oldest productivity tool is still one of the best
- 3 Good Reasons to Start a Blog I’m still clinging to the old-fashioned notion that there’s value in writing things down.
- Five Better Ways to Comment Code Comments just sit there—why not put them to work instead?
- Should You Finally Learn How to Program? You could take up baking to nourish your body, or physics to nourish your mind. Either is worth learning if it interests you. But programming?
- Testing with TypeScript, Enzyme, and React Testing with TypeScript and Enzyme offers a friendly, typesafe alternative to React's built-in test facilities.
- The Skeptical Developer What do epidemiologists and programmers have in common?