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can the basic concepts of programming be effectively introduced in just 18 pages?
you tell me. :)
Highly underrated: `insertRule(..)` and `deleteRule(..)` for dynamic CSS:
Support goes all the way back to IE8!
biased theory on angular's popularity: millions of devs secretly hated the death of onclick and are ecstatic to bring it back w/ ngclick.
reminder: you don't have to use classes in JS. you probably shouldn't. better options available. wrote a whole book: https://github.com/getify/You-Dont-Know-JS/blob/master/this%20&%20object%20prototypes/README.md#you-dont-know-js-this--object-prototypes …
sorry, but the irony/hypocrisy is suffocating.
police saying "we're not all bad, mostly good, don't profile us."
i am forking io.js to iou.js, and blanketing everything with promises.
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.
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