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Redux creator Dan Abramov asked his massive audience of JS devs on Twitter what the most interesting things in the JS world are. I condensed the huge list of responses to the most popular ones here. It's a very interesting look into the future of JS over the next year. TLDR: Functional programming is no longer just for the hipsters. Is it time to roll out the red carpet? Here are some of the highlights in order of popularity (most popular to leas [...]

It was a normal week day when I decided to apply for a software development talk at my Alma Mater (Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra – Santiago, Dominican Republic), not much went through my head at the moment other than that it would be nice to meet the new generation of CS students and serve as a bridge between what they are learning versus real world execution. While I was preparing for my talk a dreadful thought came to my mind: [...]

A little while ago I had a magical moment. We were building a web application and the product team had decided to phase out a certain feature. This meant that one of the UI components we had built was no longer needed. From the beginning of the project we had put some thought into a modular architecture, and so all of the code for this component was nicely contained within a single directory. Now that it wasn't being used anywhere, we could safel [...]

Over the past few months we've been exploring Ionic 2 as part of a three part tutorial series towards building cross platform hybrid applications. We started with a beginners guide to getting started with Ionic 2 and worked our way into building a multi-page application. We're going to bring this series to a close with another critical part of mobile application development. We're going to focus on working with remote web services and APIs. Si [...]

What is Vault. Vault is an open source tool aiming to solve problem of managing secrets(passwords, API keys, certs). This data is sensitive and located at the crossroads of 3 areas of responsibility: security, operations and developers. Vault is written in Go and distributed as a single static binary – it’s easy to start testing on your local machine. In this article You will find out how to start working with Vault. Though it does not contain wh [...]

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