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Best 7 links of week #8, 2022

CSS Speedrun | Test your CSS Skills

CSS Speedrun | Test your CSS Skills


A small fun app to test your CSS knowledge. Find the correct CSS selectors for the 10 puzzles as fast as possible.

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Modern Javascript: Everything you missed over the last 10 years

Modern Javascript: Everything you missed over the last 10 years


If you have managed to avoid JavaScript in the last 10 years, well, first of all well done to you, but secondly, you can now have a quick summary of all the most interesting new-ish features! The best part is that these features do not require polyfills or a transpiler!

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Comparing Node JavaScript to JavaScript in the Browser | CSS-Tricks

Comparing Node JavaScript to JavaScript in the Browser


Node JavaScript is a great way to write server-side code. This article shows how to write your own APIs and tools using Node and it highlights some of the differences between the two runtimes.

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10 Mental Models Developers Can Use to Get Unstuck - SitePoint

10 Mental Models Developers Can Use to Get Unstuck


Let's face it. Even the most skilled and experienced engineers get stuck. So what can you do when you get stuck? This article presents ten mental models that you can use to get unstuck, deepen your understanding of problems, and see them from new angles.

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Logging at Twitter: Updated

Logging at Twitter


How Twitter moved from a home grown logging platform to the commercially available Splunk and the challenges we’ve encountered along the way.

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Rebuilding Babel: The Tokenizer

Rebuilding Babel: The Tokenizer


How do you build a modern JavaScript compiler from scratch? In this post, we'll rebuild the first piece of a compiler: the tokenizer.

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Thoughts On Markdown — Smashing Magazine

Thoughts On Markdown


Markdown in all its flavors, interpretations, and forks won’t go away. However, it’s important to look at emerging content formats that try to encompass modern needs. In this article, Knut shares his advice against Markdown by looking back on why it was introduced in the first place, and what are some of the alternatives you can use today.

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Book of the week

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Information Architecture: For the Web and Beyond
by Louis Rosenfeld

Information architecture (IA) is far more challenging—and necessary—than ever. With the glut of information available today, anything your organization wants to share should be easy to find, navigate, and understand. But the experience you provide has to be familiar and coherent across multiple interaction channels, from the Web to smartphones, smartwatches, and beyond.To guide you through this broad ecosystem, this popular guide—now in its fourth edition—provides essential concepts, methods, and techniques for digital design that have withstood the test of time.
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