Weekly Digest #11: On technical Interviews

Technical interviews are not a walk in the park! There are a lot of steps, challenges and pressure in a super competitive market.

On the other hand, you should not be scared of the process, just learn to navigate through it and practice!!! A year ago I found myself interviewing and in this digest I hope to share some learnings, resources and tips!

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Lazy loading images with Intersection Observer

Images play a huge role in loading performance. Websites loading tons of images upfront can be paying a high price in terms of user experience. Based on google’s research 53% of mobile users abandon a site if it does not load in 3 seconds.

To avoid this issue, I am going to show you how to implement lazy loading in only a few lines of code!

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Weekly Digest #10: On Remix, Snowpack, Rome and Web-vitals

The never ending flow of innovation is what I love about the web. There are so many great ideas! In the past few months a lot of innovation happened and in this weekly digest I want to share all those new projects that I am tracking. 

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Learning Path: Getting started with React

Not long ago I started learning React. I have more than 10 years of experience using JS and before React I was actively coding in first wave generation web frameworks (like knockoutJS) and starting to get a grasp on components architecture (but using KO components + web components). Today I am coding entirely in React (both at work and for personal projects) and it’s been great. I love the community, there are a lot of projects & learning resources and I also found React to be a fast way of creating web applications. 

In this post I want to share some resources that helped me learn React and I hope they are useful for anyone starting out there. 

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Weekly Digest #9: Everything you need to know about Deno

TL;DR: Deno is a new ECMAScript based runtime (like NodeJS) created by Ryan Dahl (who also created NodeJS). It brings a lot of improvements to nodeJS: secure by default, TS default support and built-in utilities (dependency inspector, code formatting, bundler, etc).

Deno 1.0 was recently released and today I will give you all the resources you need to get yourself started.

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Tip: list NPM scripts

NPM scripts are super popular these days and they are usually the main way of executing tasks in any JS repo. The challenge is that there is no standard and every project will have different options. In this quick-tip I will show you how to list scripts from the terminal.

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