You read documentation and tutorials to become a better programmer, but if you really want to be cutting-edge, academic research is where it's at.
Impossibly tight deadlines, unrealistic schedules, and constant pressure to develop and release applications on time, while at the same time achieving excellent quality. Sound familiar?
Next.js is a powerful yet simple framework, though developers still struggle to increase the speed of their applications. Here's how you can make those apps faster.
You may not think about images as part of your web dev work, but they can affect your web app's performance more than any other part of your code.
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AI and nanotechnology are often seen as science fiction. But together they are finding real-world applications.
Sharding was one of the first ways databases were distributed to improve performance. Recent innovations have made it one of the best.
When rewriting software in a new language, how do you test that your new and old programs do the same thing?
By aggregating our data in an effort to simplify it, we lose the signal and the context we need to make sense of what we’re seeing.