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Krasimir Tsonev
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Attends Technical University of Varna
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JavaScript is a wonderful language. It’s rich, it’s dynamic, and it’s so tightly coupled to the web nowadays. The concept of writing everything in JavaScript doesn’t sound so crazy anymore. First, we started writing our back end in JavaScript, and then Facebook introduced JSX, in which we mix HTML markup with JavaScript. Why not do the same for CSS? Imagine a web componentdistributed as a single .js file and containing everything — markup, log...
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i have to disagree with every point again, i´m sorry :) - what can i say, i just love javascript, and ES6 makes it even more useful. you can program pretty much everything with it, and it´s easy. <3
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Free lessons from @eggheadio about creating (RxJS) observables from scratch https://goo.gl/udCY7a #JavaScript #reactive 
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Improve your UX by lazy-loading your images with #JavaScript http://goo.gl/T9cETe #coloor #ux
Manuel Wieser called Dominant Colors for Lazy-Loading Images and I found the topic really interesting. It’s about lazy-loading of images. Something that Medium is using.
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Want to code? A university degree might be a huge waste of time http://bit.ly/1UGCsPa True or False. That's the question.
A lot of people think they need a university degree to get a job as a software engineer.
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+Alexandre Nguyen Architects don't need degrees, but some math and science specialties do. For example, working machine learning/AI, data scientists, and bio-tech engineers are more likely to hold degrees than other specialties.
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The result of npm drama from the last week http://blog.npmjs.org/post/141905368000/changes-to-npms-unpublish-policy You can't simply unpublish your modules anymore. #javascript #npm
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Much needed rule. 
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Node has a wonderful debugger. As a front-end developer I’m mainly using Chrome’s tools but sometimes I run things in Node environment and this native feature comes handy. In this article we’ll see how to debug in the terminal using Node’s debugger.
debugger. As a front-end developer I’m mainly using Chrome’s tools but sometimes I run things in Node environment and this native feature comes handy. In this article we’ll see how to debug in the terminal using Node’s debugger.
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+Anton Grizodub for some weird reason I like debugging within the terminal. Visual Studio looks interesting. There are few other GUI debugging tools that use Blink DevTools.
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iFrame, or not, that is the question. Trade-offs while creating widgets http://goo.gl/Zcgnw9 #javascript
work is the fact that we spend time in research tickets. We have unknowns and we make a research to find out more information on particular topic. We then base our decisions on the results. Recently we had to decide whether to use an for a third party widget development. I feel that the collected information may be handy to someone else so I decided to write it down here.
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Facebook released v15.0 of React.
A JavaScript library for building user interfaces
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That's the best explanation of compiling process that I ever saw http://bit.ly/1SLV8Jx #javascript 
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hehe
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Want to code? A university degree might be a huge waste of time http://bit.ly/1UGCsPa True or False. That's the question.
A lot of people think they need a university degree to get a job as a software engineer.
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The earthquake in the #JavaScript community http://goo.gl/djmjDf or what I'm thinking about left-pad, Kik and NPM.
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There was douchebaggery on all sides from what I can tell. I agree that the Github / namespacing approach seems like a good long term solution. The other thing that would've made sense was if they had all acted like adults and come to the table to agree on a fair price for the module name. All that said, it wasn't that long ago that this kind of thing was common for domain name squatters. 
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target="_blank" ... think twice - https://mathiasbynens.github.io/rel-noopener/
0m6 you've been h4ck3d!!1one!shift!!!1. About rel=noopener. What problems does it solve? You're currently viewing index.html . Imagine the following is user-generated content on your website: Click me!!1 (same-origin). Clicking the above link opens malicious.html in a new tab (using ...
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