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One of my criticisms in the past when it comes to Javascript, is that it can get really messy, really quickly. That's before ES6 came along. ES6 has loads of great features, but I think the best part about ES6 is the brevity and clarity of its syntax. via Pocket

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If you come from a C-like programming language, you may wonder why the first ES6 JavaScript code is valid, but the second C program (as you well know) will make the compiler fail. via Pocket

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يعج التاريخ بالأساطير والأبطال الخارقين، الذين تتشابه قصص بعضهم في الحضارات القديمة المختلفة. via Pocket

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What are the requirements for becoming a naturalized German citizen? Section 10, para. 1 of the Nationality Act To be eligible for naturalization, a person has to have lived legally in Germany for at least eight years and possess the appropriate residence permit. via Pocket

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This is a short document describing the preferred coding style for the linux kernel. Coding style is very personal, and I won’t force my views on anybody, but this is what goes for anything that I have to be able to maintain, and I’d prefer it for most other things too. via Pocket

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There’s a certain kind of old-school, backend web developer who, a long time ago, mastered things like Perl or Python or PHP or Java Server Pages, maybe even Rails or Django. This person worked with giant relational databases and built APIs that serve up JSON and even (gasp!) XML. via Pocket

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A few weeks ago, researchers announced SHAttered, the first collision of the SHA-1 hash function. Starting today, all SHA-1 computations on GitHub.com will detect and reject any Git content that shows evidence of being part of a collision attack. via Pocket

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Many of my friends thought I was crazy to leave a great position at Google to help parents and kids learn about money. Maybe they’re right. Building a creative, engaging app to teach financial literacy to kids is challenging. But it’s also important work. via Pocket

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I was recently reading Creativity Inc, by Ed Catmull the president of Pixar and Disney Animation studios. One of the interesting parts that stuck with me from the book was the idea of how every great idea starts as a bad idea. Ed calls it “The ugly baby”. via Pocket

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5 years into the tech bubble with the avalanche of delusional non-technical "founders" and so called "entrepreneurs" trying to get people to work for free or as indentured servants on their ridiculous apps and absurd business ideas, I've come to a simple 4 step formula for inexperienced "managers" t

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