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can the basic concepts of programming be effectively introduced in just 18 pages?
you tell me. :)
Basically this same thing happened to me at another big tech/social company. Told me I didn't know enough JS. https://twitter.com/mxcl/status/608682016205344768 …
Highly underrated: `insertRule(..)` and `deleteRule(..)` for dynamic CSS:
Support goes all the way back to IE8!
i know there's a lot of excitement/hype around ES7+ stuff… but i would encourage you to make sure you've fully learned ES5 and ES6 first.
is there a term (other than "privilege") for hating the web more and more as a user but liking it more as a developer?
asking for a friend.
even from 4yr old and 2yr old, no better words for dad to hear.
"perfect is the enemy of good".
yeah, but good enough is the enemy of good, too.
crazy thought: write your code as if it was actually the computer writing *you* a memo about what it plans to do to solve a problem.
worth reading if you still haven't come to terms with why "classes" in JS is a bad idea:
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