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biased theory on angular's popularity: millions of devs secretly hated the death of onclick and are ecstatic to bring it back w/ ngclick.
the most important tech interview skill you need is to be able to sniff out their bullshit before you waste a day going to it.
My new technical interview in one single question:
All of software engineering is wrapped up in those snippets.
Filed a bug against chrome/v8 promises: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=371021&thanks=371021&ts=1399487821 …
Please go star this! Worried about buggy node 0.12 promises! +@domenic
seriously, if you write another line of JS before reading this, you're doing it wrong http://carnotaurus.philipcarney.com/post/3010984357/classes-versus-prototypes-some-philosophical-and …
all of a sudden, millions of people became experts on what makes a good CEO, especially for mozilla.
ASI is error-correction, not short-hand syntax sugar. If you omit semis intentionally, you're writing the most broken code that still works.
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