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Coderfit • weekly bits on tech, coding and careers - Issue #18


Coderfit • knowledge bits on tech, coding and careers

May 11 · Issue #18 · View online

Curated commentary on articles that help you grow as a professional.

Countries are opening up, let us hope we can go back to the new normal ASAP. In the meantime, here the newest coding news for you:

The main reasons why we shouldn't use "click here" as link text
Introduction to Synchronous and Asynchronous Programming with Callbacks in JavaScript
Most People Think This Is A Smart Habit, But It’s Actually Brain-Damaging
Ask HN: What are your favorite developer-efficiency tips?
Deploys at Slack
Create a Resume You're Proud Of
Learn to build secure and reliable systems with a new book from Google
Ask HN: What set of features make a programming language advanced?
How recursion got into programming: a tale of intrigue, betrayal, and advanced programming-language semantics
Ask HN: What are the pieces of software that may last forever?
Development Environments at Slack
Four horror stories why programmers don’t get jobs
Final thoughts
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