Uncle Ben once told Peter Parker, “With great power comes great responsibility”. This quote applies to fellow programmers who are involved in building projects. Being in the industry for over 5 years has made me reflect on my experiences so far, and it is time I give back to the community.
I started my career in a multi-national corporation, but I soon realized I wanted to work on more challenging roles with bigger responsibilities. And so, after a year, I joined a startup.
It was only a five-member dev team. It changed my outlook on development. I luckily found a great mentor and awesome teammates who helped me grow. But then again, we were a fast-paced company. To ensure delivery on time we often compromised on our code quality. We often assumed we would fix it in the end. So as we built the ship, we left loopholes. …
I recently attended a tech conference ReactFoo in Delhi. So I wanted to share with everyone what I learnt from the talks. There were numerous talks given, however I am just sharing the ones I connected to most.
Below are the sessions with brief explanations
The talk was given by @ankit-muchhala . I loved how he explained about the internals of react. I learnt in depth how components are rendered and what are the steps that it goes through during the whole process, including understanding in details about the component lifecycle. …
This article is about how to think in Redux. We’ll try to understand how we can utilise this wonderful library to make our application more stable, robust, and maintainable. It is language agnostic, however we will keep our scope to Redux with React.
For those who haven’t used Redux before, I will quote from the docs:
This article is not about Redux, as there are plenty of articles about it already. Rather, it is about how we should visualise a Redux app and use it effectively. …