“Vim is a popular keyboard-only code editor originally released in 1991”
Um. How about: “Vim is a popular keyboard-only code editor based on vi, the original full screen editor for Unix, which was released in 1976.”
Go blows away Node in pretty much every way IMO. You get all the niceties of blocking code without actually blocking, you get (relatively) tiny binaries that you can deploy anywhere with ease and no fuss, instead of 250mb of node_modules that everyone comes up with hacks to work around. You get a very strong stdlib to stop re-inventing stuff (poorly…
As a real professional in this field, I’m calling bullshit on this fluff shill writeup that appears to be name-dropping. I’m not going to let this crap be fed to anyone looking to break in the technology sector.
[UPDATE: I did not realize this so-called “narrative” was written under an entity Free Code Camp — the same entity…
Good visual design for the web is about establishing proportion and preserving it. Using relative values allows you to maintain proportions as your viewport changes. Use relative values for your text and fixed values for breakpoints. Allowing your page to scale proportionally will make your responsive designs more stable across all screen sizes.
Wish I had been able to ignore all this in the beginning. I spent more hours than I care to admit over these kinds of issues.
Golang has the formatter built in so little reason to debate the minor things. Some style preferences always creep in regardless.