Eric Pantera

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Create Apps with No Configuration

<b>Create React App</b> is a new officially supported way to create single-page React applications. It offers a modern build setup with no …

JavaScript

How to Win the Coding Interview

Let’s be honest, most developers don’t love having to write code as part of an interview process. Some have even threatened to quit the business over …

Think Big, Act Small : les clés du succès d’Elon Musk

Stéphane Schultz est fondateur de 15marches, une agence de conseil en stratégie et innovation qui accompagne à la fois jeunes pousses et grands …

tcpdump is amazing

It took me 2 years, but I think now I love tcpdump. Before we go into why -- what's tcpdump?tcpdump is a tool that will tell you about network …

Facebook engineering director describes what it's like to go through the company's 6-week engineer bootcamp

After only a few days on the job, every Facebook engineer is granted access to the entirety of the website's code base.<p>It's one of the first steps in the company's signature "Bootcamp," a six-week introduction to Facebook that all engineers — from new college graduates to coding veterans — must go …

How to Supercharge Your Growth with Event Analytics

Your company performance is strong and your user base is increasing, but you aren't satisfied and want to drive growth to the next level. You need …

Analytics

How DHH organizes his Rails controllers - Jerome's Adventures in Software

What I’ve come to embrace is that being almost fundamentalistic about when I create a new controller to stay adherent to REST has served me better …

RESTful API Best Practices and Common Pitfalls

As a person who spends his day integrating systems, I’ve found that at least half of the APIs I use radically differ from REST semantics, make …

9 things every React.js beginner should know

I've been using React.js for about 6 months now. In the grand scheme of things that's not very long at all, but in the ever-churning world of …

New Features in Ruby 2.3

Yesterday ruby 2.3-preview1 was released. This update brings several new additions to core classes in ruby as well as some new syntax. Here are a few …

Things you should know about stock options before negotiating an offer

Are you considering an offer from a private company, which involves stock options? Do you think those stock options might be worth something one day? …

Conceptual Debt is Worse than Technical Debt

<b>Definition</b>. <i>The consequences of making bad design choices when choosing concepts to model your product around. A conceptual or mental model consists</i> …

JavaScript Fatigue Reply

In reply to @ericclemmons: https://twitter.com/ericclemmons/status/681654609622908928.<br>Article context: …

Javascript Fatigue

A few days ago, I met up with a friend & peer over coffee.<p>Saul: “How’s it going?”<br>Me: “Fatigued.”<br>Saul: “Family?”<br>Me: “No, Javascript.”<p>More accurately, …

The Past and Future of Product Management

<i>Note: If you enjoy this piece, you might also enjoy my book</i> Product Management in Practice<i>, in which I expand upon many of the concepts described …

Facebook’s code quality problem

<b>tl;dr</b>: It looks like Facebook is getting the textbook results of ignoring code quality.<i>Update</i>: More examples, and insights from ex-employees in the …

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Bliki: MonolithFirst

As I hear stories about teams using a microservices architecture, I've noticed a common pattern.• Almost all the successful microservice stories have …

Tesla Has The Right Approach To Self-Driving Cars

<b>Published on</b> November 5th, 2015 | <i>by Michael Barnard</i><p>39<p>November 5th, 2015 by <b>Michael Barnard</b><p>Tesla recently released its Autopilot mode for its cars. It …

Les effets destructeurs du management à la cool

Pour comprendre la souffrance qui infuse dans les open spaces fleuris d’aujourd’hui, alors que jamais on ne s’est tant soucié de bien-être au …

How we unit test React components using expect-jsx

React was designed to solve one problem—how to build applications with data that changes over time. Considering the as-you-type search experience …

Cool Ruby Regex Tricks

I thought it'd be fun to follow yesterday's article about regex conditionals by looking at some other neat tricks you can do with regular expressions …

Scaling Basecamp and making it insanely fast with CTO and Rails Founder, David H. Hansson

What scale is Basecamp running at? Give us some stats <i><br>2:44</i><p>15 million users (keep in mind they are private and they choose which numbers to release and …

httpie

Good tools make great craftsmen. Just as a sculptor owns a range of different chisels and hammers to remove the precise amount of marble at a time, …

Counting Objects

The Systems Team at GitHub works to solve complex bugs and performance bottlenecks at the lowest levels of our infrastructure. Over the past two …

An iOS Developer on React Native

When I first caught wind of React Native, I thought of it as nothing more than a way for web developers to dip their feet into native mobile apps. …

GitHub: Scaling on Ruby, with a nomadic tech team

<i>Sam Lambert joined GitHub in 2013 as the company’s first database administrator, and is now the company’s director of technology. In this interview,</i> …