Welcome to ISSUE #47 of the Overflow! This newsletter is by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams at Netlify. This week: seamless interoperability between PHP and .NET applications, Stackers on leading remotely, and what exactly is inverse probability?
From the blog
What’s so great about Go? stackoverflow.blog
We explore the traits that have led to the rising popularity of the Go programming language.
How to lead with clarity and empathy in the remote world stackoverflow.blog
2020 has brought changes and challenges for everyone—including those in leadership roles. Management style and decision-making have taken on new significance during these testing times.
Podcast 284: The pros and cons of the SPA stackoverflow.blog
Single Page Applications have become very popular. But have they actually simplified web development for the better?
Returning the highest and lowest numbers in a string: Ruby stackoverflow.com
Another day on the MinMax assembly line.
Is `new` in `new int;` considered an operator? stackoverflow.com
It is also not considered to be not an operator.
What exactly does the term “inverse probability” mean? stats.stackexchange.com
Until you wrap your head around it, it sounds a bit like a Zaphod Beeblebrox method.
Why is every electron in the universe not entangled with every other electron? physics.stackexchange.com
Perhaps there is only one electron in the universe, popping up all over in different quantum states?
Links from around the web
Simplify your monorepo with npm 7 workspaces dev.to
npm 7 was released in the past month, and one of its most highly-anticipated features was workspaces. Here’s how to use them with your monorepos!
Guidelines for choosing React Libraries maxrozen.com
There’s so many React libraries in the world, picking one can be tough! Here’s a great set of guidelines to help you choose one.
Graphery SVG www.graphery.org
This is a well-documented library with a simple API for making and manipulating SVGs!
WordPress on .NET Core channel9.msdn.com
Peachpie is an open source project that allows for a seamless interoperability between PHP and .NET applications. Here’s a video explaining how it enables devs to run WordPress on .NET Core.