A few months ago I learned of Elm, which claims to be “the best of functional programming in your browser”. After inhaling the documentation and watching a few videos and talks, I started tinkering myself and quickly fell in love with Elm and the feeling it gives me when writing code in it.
As a follow up to our popular post Essential Reading List for Getting Started With Service Workers, here’s a list of must-watch videos we’ve gathered for those of you looking to learn more about the ever popular ServiceWorker feature coming to a browser near you.
After our conversation with Tal Ater on episode #183 about the offline revolution and his experience with Service Workers, we realized there is a lot of mystery around this new browser feature. So we've put together this essential reading list for those of you looking for the best resources out there on ServiceWorker.
Are you known for your coding skills, but get a lump in your throat the moment you’re asked to do anything related to servers? You’re not alone.
We’ve been talking about our film production, Beyond Code, for months and we’re excited now to announce the launch of Season One and Season Two!
As many of you may know, we launched a films division to The Changelog. We call it Changelog Films. Over this past year, we've been working hard to build the right team and skills to serve the software development and open source community like we do with our podcast.
We had the pleasure of attending NEJS Conf on August 7th, and worked with the conference organizers to interview all the speakers of the conference.
If you find yourself comfortable using ActiveRecord or SQLAlchemy but freeze when you need to write SQL, you are not alone.
This year we're working with the GopherCon team to produce a short documentary and interviews of GopherCon 2015. We want to meet everyone we can and get everyone on camera. If you see us, make sure you say hello! This is our schedule and what you can expect from us at the conference.
There's a big announcement today coming from Docker, CoreOS, and other industry leaders around standardizing a software container format.
When you think about it, how many of the open source projects that you use all the time are not heavily funded operations?
Many developers learned Git basics, mastered a sequence of commands, and use Git daily, but they still get uncomfortable when required to go beyond basic committing, branching, and merging.
If you feel like you never really quite understand what’s happening underneath the hood or find it hard to convey Git concepts to others, then learning Git visually may provide just the foundation you need.
When I'm learning a new programming language, I already know what I'm trying to accomplish, I just don't know how to accomplish it in this brave new world.
That's why I love "____ by Example" style learning resources.
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