Frontend developer originally from Japan, currently based in Berlin, Germany. Lifelong traveller & learner.
…who’s ever had to deal with scrollable floating elements in iOS will agree with the following fact: there is a direct relationship between iOS scrolling and headaches.
A good joke is simple and intuitive. That should also be the case for good UI/UX. It should leave the user delighted and wanting to share it with others.
… Slack, Skype, and regular-old SMS and phone calls. It takes effort, but in the end, it’s worth it. Facebook, to me, is lazy friendship.
When we set the name in copyObject, it also changed the name in the initialObject. This is because objects are copied by reference. copyObject is just a reference to the underlying data.
Bottom-line, if you’re experiencing performance issues, avoid using bind or arrow functions in render.
I believe hype is an instrument that brings obscurity into mainstream. The industry is just learning what all it can do with this relatively new tech. It’s a bet worth taking as a businessman and a skill worth learning as an engineer.
Open Source is about creating communities to build better software together. It should never be used as a marketplace to exchange people’s rights — like Facebook is intending.
My reasoning is that in order to write clean code, larger indentations give you a better visual representation of how deep the nesting is in your functions, and how many different branches you have.
My company was recruiting for several positions and had received a large number of applications. To my surprise, I saw my boss Googling applicant’s names to evaluate their online presence.
I believe teaching someone to program is one of the most valuable gifts you can give, because you enable someone to help themselves and become independent of other people.