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This Week I Learned #4 - Back-End, Front-End, Every-End

This is the 4th issue of this newsletter thingy, I’ll try to recap what’s it all about and what to expect in the next issues.
This newsletter will focus on interesting content, articles, links, tips & tricks I picked up revolving around tech and web development in general covering both front-end and back-end development putting in my experience of almost 20 years of software development.
I hope you’ll enjoy it.

Image by Anni Roenkae
Image by Anni Roenkae
A Tale of Two Copies in Go
Reducing System Load With Event Folding
(Full Audiobook) Move Fast: How Facebook Builds Software
What was done with #JS in the past can easily be done with #HTML / #CSS today (thread)
9 Form Mistakes to Avoid
Different ways to loop & iterate in #JavaScript
See the thread below ⬇⬇⬇
#CSS child selectors tutorial (thread)

➡ :first-child
➡ :last-child
➡ :nth-child
➡ :nth-of-type
➡ :nth-last-child

See below ⬇⬇⬇
Apple Delays Rollout of Controversial Child Safety Features to Make Improvements
GitHub Copilot Generated Insecure Code In 40% Of Circumstances During Experiment
TikTok overtakes YouTube for average watch time in US and UK
Hiten Shah
Change is hard. Having an open mind makes it so much easier.
@hnshah A closed mind is fixed on a single path, an open mind can venture on many different paths.
Before you add another toolset to your project just remember YAGNI. This is the reason I don't create "the perfect" abstraction in the early stages of app development, because of #YAGNI
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George @feketegy

Writing about the things I learned about tech, programming, and web development. Focusing on both front-end and back-end development in Go, PHP, Node.js, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, but not limited to.

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