Issue #99 arrives on New Year's Eve -- I hope that you've had some great holidays, have rested up, and you're excited to get back to the business of software engineering in thew new year. I know that I am!
- Work and success
If you don't follow programming twitter, you might have missed a holiday argument about whether you needed to work long hours to succeed as an engineer. Eric has a thoughtful tweet about what it means to succeed and how he got there.
- On let vs const
Another holiday argument that erupted on Twitter came from a blog post that suggested that people should prefer
- 5 Things To Stop Doing In Mobile App Design
Sometimes we focus on the new development techniques and methodologies, while we keep using the tried and true design methodologies that we've always used. But how true are they? A look at how to streamline the user experience.
- Git Merge 2020
Git Merge is the conference that brings the Git user and developer community together. Workshops about how to work better with Git, technical sessions about how Git is improving, and discussions with developers. Without exaggeration, this is my favorite conference of the year.
- GitHub Satellite 2020
GitHub Satellite is GitHub's annual European conference. GitHub will announce some of the newest features and functionality for their platform in Paris this summer.
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