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Best 7 links of week #20, 2020

What's your favorite JavaScript single LOC (line of code)

JavaScript one-liners

An incredible collection of JavaScript utilities made up by a single line of code! Do you need to flatten an array, get a random item from it or split it into chunks? This collection is here to help!

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ES2015+ cheatsheet

ES2015+ cheatsheet

One-page guide to ES2015+: usage, examples, and more. A quick overview of new JavaScript features in ES2015, ES2016, ES2017, ES2018 and beyond.

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Deno 1.0: What you need to know - LogRocket Blog

Deno 1.0: what do you need to know

Whether you think that Deno is a good idea or not, this article will help you to understand what is the idea behind this project and how it is different from Node.js.

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Diagrams · Diagram as Code

Create diagrams with python code

Diagram, is a very expressive Python library that allows you to define diagrams by writing Python code. The idea behind this library is actually easier to explain with a code snippet than with words. Go check out some of the examples!

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Avoiding Memory Leaks in NodeJS: Best Practices for Performance

Avoiding Memory Leaks in NodeJS

An interesting article that will help you to discover what memory leaks are and how to avoid them in your NodeJS application.

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What the heck is React Fast Refresh

What the heck is React Fast Refresh

React Fast Refresh is the successor of React Hot Loader. It was initially released for React Native and soon it will be included in Create React App as an experimental feature.

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Wonder Blocks: on the creation of Khan Academy’s Design System

Wonder Blocks: the Khan Academy’s Design System

An incredible case study from Khan Academy (a not-for-profit with a mission to provide a free, world-class education) illustrating how they came up with their new design system and what kind of unique challenges they had to face with this project.

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Book of the week

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The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master
by Andrew Hunt

he Pragmatic Programmer cuts through the increasing specialization and technicalities of modern software development to examine the core process-taking a requirement and producing working, maintainable code that delights its users. It covers topics ranging from personal responsibility and career development to architectural techniques for keeping your code flexible and easy to adapt and reuse.
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