Mozilla launched Fluent, a new standard for applications to offer i18n (internationalization) of their user interfaces.
I’m like most programmers. If you check this blog, you’ll only see a handful of posts, spread out sporadically. If you check my github, it will be mostly empty and consist of small merge requests or documentation updates. I follow 75 people on twitter and 25 people follow me – most of them spam accounts.
WakaTime releases end of 2018 summary for popular technologies used by developers.
A new compilation system, nicknamed “Angular Ivy” will allow compiled Angular apps to be tiny.
If you have to learn how to use git from the command line, I wrote this tutorial to help you.
Rubber duck programming is a way to talk through a programming problem. The idea is that by trying to explain your problem and attempted solution, you might uncover the issue holding you back by yourself.