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Best 7 links of week #47, 2020

Tailwind CSS v2.0 – Tailwind CSS

Tailwind CSS v2.0


Tailwind has definitely been the CSS framework of the year. This new release (Tailwind CSS v2.0) comes with some new interesting features, including an all-new colour palette, dark mode support, and tons more!

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7 Git tricks that changed my life

7 Git tricks that changed my life


Some helpful Git tips that might change the way you work with the popular version control system.

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10 Insights from Adopting TypeScript at Scale | Tech At Bloomberg

10 Insights from Adopting TypeScript at Scale


Rob Palmer shares some of the insights & lessons learned during Bloomberg Engineering's journey to adopt TypeScript as a first-class supported language.

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The Math of Password Hashing Algorithms and Entropy

The Math of Password Hashing Algorithms and Entropy


Long passwords and one-way password hashing are standard strategies used to increase security and protect your user's passwords. Let's take a look at how they work and some new ideas to improve it.

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EOS free & open source icons

EOS free & open source icons


Handcrafted iconic font designed using the Material Design guidelines.

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Using Vue as a Node.js Static Site Generator

Using Vue as a Node.js Static Site Generator


Here's how you can build a static site blog using vanilla Vue and Node.js.

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The Case Against Anti-Flicker Snippets

The Case Against Anti-Flicker Snippets


Measuring the impact of AB testing tools anti-flicker snippets and why I think they're a symptom of a bigger problem

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Book of the week

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Elixir in Action
by Saša Jurić

Elixir in Action teaches you to apply the new Elixir programming language to practical problems associated with scalability, concurrency, fault tolerance, and high availability. Elixir is a modern programming language that takes advantage of BEAM, the Erlang virtual machine, without the burden of Erlang's complex syntax and conventions. Elixir gives you Ruby-like elegance with the power to develop bulletproof distributed server systems that can handle massive numbers of simultaneous clients and run with almost no downtime.
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