This talk has been spoken of as "the talk every software engineer should be required to watch" and is a critical but optimistic view of the industry. Greg Wilson talks on the importance of evidence and the quality of evidence in software engineering. A must watch.
In 2015 Babel joined the world and revolutionized the way many of us build applications. Ever wonder about how it came into play? In this post, Sebastian, the author of Babel, walks through Babel's history as well as touching on some important topics about what it's like to be an OSS author, his personal life, and how he got started in the industry.
Frontend development is full of changes. From MooTools to jQuery to Backbone to Angular to React we're always experiencing change. In such a changing environment it's necessary to spend a lot of time learning new things. Per Harald Borgen shares some methods he uses to tackle new frontiers.
When started out with programming for the web, figuring out exactly what's going on behind the scenes can be a bit daunting. In this post (as well as the few others that follow), Preethi walks through "How the web works" in a very approachable and beginner friendly manner. You'll learn everything from IP Addresses and DNS lookups to how browsers render server responses.