Welcome to ISSUE #7 of The Overflow, a newsletter by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams of React Training. You can read more about it here. This week, we’re connecting with WebSockets, exploring the mathematics of chess, and playing a murder mystery in SQL.
WebSockets for fun and profit
A programmer’s holiday carol
Podcast: Time For Some Major League Hacking
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Why does Visual Studio have a long compilation when replacing int with double?
Has anyone attempted to characterize chess mathematically?
What are the engineering principles for a train to get electricity from the railway?
It is 2019. Update Your Footer.
Z’s Still Not Dead Baby, Z’s Still Not Dead
Don’t call a React function component
9 Evil Bash Commands Explained
SQL Murder Mystery
Who knew that chemistry could be so entertaining?
Find yourself a hobby!
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