OpenJS Foundation, the one behind NodeJS, Electron & webpack has an announcement!

OpenJS Foundation

If you’ve never heard about the OpenJS Foundation, you probably have two questions in mind, let me answer those:

What is the purpose of the OpenJS Foundation?

Promote the widespread adoption and development of key JavaScript solutions and related technologies.

And where did they come from?


Will this kill Docker?

Grave with Docker’s logo on it
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Kat Cosgrove tweeted this on December 2:

Let me transcribe the whole thread for you here if you’re not a Twitter user:


I searched long for tools to tame JavaScript and I found them

3 mainstream, 2 obscure, 1 in the rise

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I’ve coded for years with statically typed languages, I started with Assembler, moved to C, passing through Visual Basic and C#, but all my understanding about software changed when I moved to JavaScript.

My Frist Experience with JavaScript

When I decided to try JavaScript for the first time, I coded in Sublime Text, it was all about text editing, multi-cursor, micro-plugins, and opened blazing-fast compared to Visual Studio; I didn’t have to wait for IntelliSense or compilers, I typed, saved, and the code was ready to run, voilá!

The speed of a scripting language was great, but one little thing changed as well: the number…


A SERIES OF TIC TAC TOE — PART II

Understanding canvas with precision

Hi! I’m exploring technology with the simplest domain I could think of, Tic Tac Toe, check the other articles:

  1. Tic Tac Toe: React, TypeScript, XState, fp-ts & CSS GridEspañol
  2. HTML Canvas is fire (this article) — Español (proximamente)

Wait, what is HTML Canvas?

According to Mozilla:


A Series of Tic Tac Toe

Part I

Hi! I’m exploring technology with the simplest domain I could think of, Tic Tac Toe, check the series out:

  1. Tic Tac Toe: React, TypeScript, XState, fp-ts & CSS Grid (this article) — Español
  2. HTML Canvas is fire — Español

In this article, we’ll build Tic Tac Toe with React, Typescript, XState, fp-ts and CSS Grid.

demo

0. Prerequisites

1. Assets

First, we need some assets to make our little game. We need a Board, Players (X


Great article!! Seems still relevant, I have one question: how do they compare in things like hydration? how do zio and monix handle the initial hydration? (for example comparing persistance)


I have a hard time believing in bitcoin; it’s so surreal, yet I’ve invested and traded for years now 🤯

Talking about crypto is almost like talking about religion or politics today.

Yet you probably will find like-minded folks in the comments 💬

Am I missing the bitcoin phenomenon because I’m not 100% there? Is this what the .com era was years back?

I think it is quite similar, but it is weird to go all-in on a hunch.

I’m happy for those who did, and now that I’ve experienced what being halfway there in a big bang of tech feels like, maybe I’ll jump headfirst for the next one and ride it to it’s fullest.

Half-assing something that’s going…


Do you use Expo or bare metal React Native?

Expo makes my experience working with React Native way more pleasant and stable, makes my development cycle fluid, and brings higher libraries’ stability.

But wait! What is Expo? 🤔

Expo is a framework and platform for React Native apps!

That’s right, a framework for a framework, sooo meta.

A framework in what sense?

In the sense of a set of tools and services around React Native and its target platforms to help you develop, build and deploy quickly 🏎

What does this mean in actual terms?

Expo helps you with these things (and more):

  • Build your apps in the cloud.


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Do you want to start earning money but don’t where to start? Learn from these people.

Video version of this article

Joshua Burns

Joshua is one of the top-earning freelancers on Upwork, with over $600000 earned in just a little over 4 years. He’s devoted to freelancing, technologies being financially free and helping you to achieve your goals.

I really love Joshua’s content; he speaks calm and publishes high-quality videos full of tips about succeeding in Upwork!

Joshua’s most popular videos:

The COMPLETE Upwork Tutorial for Beginners!

“The COMPLETE Upwork Tutorial for Beginners!” …


By neuroscientist Andrew Huberman Ph. D.

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What can you do better: pulling long hours for a week at work or get quality sleep for 7 days straight?

If you’re anything like me, then the answer is the long hours.

Taking a step back we can observe we have an asymmetric skill set, putting all-nighters is much easier than getting quality sleep regularly.

This is all explained by Andrew Huberman, PhD, Professor and Lab Director at Stanford University School of Medicine.

Dr. Huberman’s YouTube Channels is a 2021 jewel, he talks about Neuroscience, things like Brain Function, Neuroplasticity, Neuro-Technologies and Practical Applications of Neuroscience.

Dr. Huerban is…

Edgar Rodríguez

I talk about programming, for more go to: https://codingedgar.com/

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