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Best 7 links of week #9, 2020

Levels of Seniority

Levels of Seniority


Understanding our level of seniority and how it compares to the market is never easy. This website can help us to understand more about our current seniority and offers a number of community-driven roadmaps to help us move to the next stage of our career!

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Understanding the Node.js event loop phases and how it executes the JavaScript code.

Understanding the Node.js event loop


Node.js event loop is one of those things that most people heard about but they don't really know how it actually works. If you are writing Node.js code, it is important to understand in-depth the inner working of the event loop and this article will help you to crack the lid and find out all the necessary details.

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Red Blob Games: Introduction to A*

Introduction to A*


Did you ever play point-and-click games? Did you ever wonder how in these games the players can find their path to walk to the destination point? This beautifully interactive article illustrates the most famous algorithms used for pathfinding: A*, Dijkstra's Algorithm, and others.

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Micromodal - Tiny javascript library for creating accessible modal dialogs

Micromodal


Micromodal enables you to create accessible modal dialogs with minimal configuration. At just 1.9kb minified and gzipped, its a tiny library for big change.

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Introduction - Learning Rust With Entirely Too Many Linked Lists

Learning Rust With Entirely Too Many Linked Lists


Rust seems to be the next big language, not just for system programming but also for fullstack development. But, yeah, it's harder than the scripting languages we are used to. This series of articles manages to explore many concepts of the language by iterating over different implementation of a linked list.

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Aborting a fetch request

Aborting a fetch request


What happens when you launch an HTTP request and halfway there you don't need it anymore? The AbortController and Fetch allow you to build HTTP requests that can be cancelled in flight. This article will give you few interesting examples!

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Challenges with distributed systems

Challenges with distributed systems


Introducing properties of distributed systems that make them so challenging, including non-determinism and testing.

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Book of the week

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RESTful Web APIs: Services for a Changing World
by Leonard Richardson

The popularity of REST in recent years has led to tremendous growth in almost-RESTful APIs that don’t include many of the architecture’s benefits. With this practical guide, you’ll learn what it takes to design usable REST APIs that evolve over time.
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