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This Week I Learned Newsletter - Issue #2

Hello Autumn and hello to you too 😊 welcoming new subscribers!
This is the 2nd 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.
It will cover various content related to programming. My motto is that one should widen their skillset as much as possible, even if one doesn’t code in X language one can learn a lot from it.

Image by Harrison Haines
Image by Harrison Haines
✴ HTTP/3
I read up on HTTP/3 on Smashing Magazine, I was under the impression that HTTP/2 is still not that widely adopted, but I was dead wrong.
HTTP/3 From A To Z: Core Concepts (Part 1)
HTTP/3: Performance Improvements (Part 2) — Smashing Magazine
✴ Linux
Happy birthday Linux!
Linux File Permissions for Web Developers
If software engineering is in demand, why is it so hard to get a software engineering job?
✴ Back-end
Using Go Generics
Business Applications in Go: Things to know about DRY
How I feel about #NFTs now is like how my grandpa felt about me sitting in front of the computer all day long.
Working with dates and timezones in software is a slow descent into madness for any developer.
Rust for JavaScript Developers
✴ Front-End
I've seen companies going from 5 devs to 50 by making their software infinitely more complicated just to look busy and attract more VC funding. A prime example of the "grow or die" mentality.
Ten Years of Bootstrap
Hello Yarn 2, Goodbye node_modules
Announcing TypeScript 4.4
✴ News
Apple makes App Store concessions to settle developer suit - Axios
Microsoft warns thousands of cloud customers of exposed databases
✴ Thoughts
⚡️ With React hooks the whole codebase tends to be much smaller than with "traditional React"
Programming Wisdom
You never finish a program, you just stop working on it.
"A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one."

IS the complete saying.
Even if you place a big red button in the middle of the screen with the caption "!!! CLICK HERE !!!" there will be users who won't realize they have to click the button.
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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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