tl;dr: "One of the best decisions in my developer career was to go beyond just using tools, I decided to create them." Afonso presents some of these tools and what he learned.
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tl;dr: Elijah still uses the date-fns library, but is more aware of the native browser APIs, and uses them when appropriate. He runs through these APIs here.
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Array Functions and the Rule of Least Power
tl;dr: "The tradeoff between the computational power of a language and the ability to determine what a program in that language is doing." Built-in array functions like .map & .filter may seem powerful but reduce flexibility. Jesse recommends custom code for readability and error reduction.
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tl;dr: The team is looking for feedback on a new proposal for handling DateTime in JS.
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tl;dr: When considering a new technology (1) research and test before deciding (2) Is it solving your problem, what is the cost? (3) Get an opinion from others.
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tl;dr: "Third Age is about clearing away legacy assumptions and collapsing layers of tooling."
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tl;dr: Comparative performance costs of jQuery, Vue, Angular and React.
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