A guide that anyone could use to learn about the practice of front-end development. It broadly outlines and discusses the practice of front-end engineering: how to learn it and what tools are used when practicing it in 2018. (frontendmasters.com)
HelloSign API’s robust SDK, amazing support, detailed documentation, and super clean dashboard is sure to make your entire team happy. Try it free! (hellosign.com)
A talk transcript from Jessica Kerr’s keynote at the Mob Programming conference. It’s a quite an epic read, but I couldn’t recommend it enough. (the-composition.com)
Monica Dinculescu has put together a nice explanation and demo of how the float positioning algorithm works. (meowni.ca)
Tools / Resources
Improved TypeScript definitions, bundled CJS and ES builds, better safety checks, and many more small improvements. (github.com)
Thousands of extensions have been made for VSCode and finding the “good” ones can be overwhelming. In this post, Arfat Salman lists a few that he uses on a day-to-day basis that you may find handy. (codeburst.io)
A paid book but if you happen to work with Redux or keen to learn more, this book is a must read. (reduxbook.com)
We’re seeking an experienced frontend developer to join our Vancouver, BC based team. The ideal candidate will be comfortable working closely with the design, development and QA teams. You will be responsible for taking designs and bringing them to life on the web. (wethecollective.com)
You decide how the world uses and remembers Poll Everywhere. You’re a dangerous mix of coder and crafter, and asking why is as natural to you as breathing. Your ability to articulate the mechanics and reasoning of how a product works is matchless. (polleverywhere.com)
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