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code-for-a-living January 30, 2020

Micro-interactions with react-spring: Part 3

In the first post in this series, we examined the basics of micro-interactions: what are they, why should you use them, how you build them. In the second post, we built two animated menus. In this tutorial, we’ll build two fun animations: a modal and an image gallery. Modal: Image Gallery: Building an animated modal…
code-for-a-living January 20, 2020

What is Rust and why is it so popular?

Rust has been Stack Overflow's most loved language for four years in a row, indicating that many of those who have had the opportunity to use Rust have fallen in love with it. However, the roughly 97% of survey respondents who haven't used Rust may wonder, "What's the deal with Rust?"
code-for-a-living January 2, 2020

This veteran started a code bootcamp for people who went to bootcamp

In 2014, Hardaway started Vets Who Code, a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching US military veterans how to code within the JavaScript ecosystem: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Git, CLI, node.js, webpack, React, Gatsby, and GraphQL. To date, 250 veterans have graduated from the program. This cohort has gone on to find jobs in the industry across 37 states in the US. It’s 100% free to the veterans admitted into the program, 100% remote run, and 100% supported by donations.
code-for-a-living December 19, 2019

What senior developers can learn from beginners

Over the last couple years, I’ve had the luxury of working with and mentoring quite a few beginners. While I’ve obviously witnessed my fair share of programming no-no’s, things are not as black and white as they may seem. There’s a handful of patterns and behaviors I’ve seen consistently throughout beginners. And while some of…
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Head of Product at Temporal