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Cory House
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The 50th Law:

The greatest fear people have is that of being themselves...
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All I want for Christmas is a "React Component Tree" Visual Studio Code plugin! 🎄

Does anything like this exist for VS Code? Or in another editor?

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The State of JavaScript 2017 survey results just went live! 🎉

https://buff.ly/2C7INwT

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Just finished "The Power of Moments". A stunning call to action.

What if we didn't just remember the defining moments of our lives, but made them?

I'm rethinking my approach to being a father, husband, speaker, teacher.
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Coding a simple prototype takes a little time, but saves a ton of time in discussion.

It's easier to hit your target when your conversation revolves around a concrete example.

"A prototype is worth a thousand meetings." - Mike Davidson
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Prettier is a great example of this maxim:

"A luxury, once sampled, becomes a necessity."

After using Prettier for a month, I'd love to have all the time back that I've wasted over the years manually formatting code.
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If you want to change the way people respond to you, change the way you respond to people.

Timothy Leary
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If you find yourself thinking that life is too short for something, you should try to eliminate it. Relentlessly prune bullshit, don't wait to do things that matter, and savor the time you have. That's what you do when life is short. -Paul Graham
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Useful jargon for talking about #javascript's this keyword:
1. The issue where this is undefined is called a "lost execution context"
2. Arrow funcs are "non-binding". You can't bind an arrow function.
3. Arrow funcs always use the this of the "enclosing execution context"
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Great short read on a confusing topic: A different way of understanding `this` in JavaScript:

https://buff.ly/2BWkRfI

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