I Don’t Hate Arrow Functions is an interesting step back from the debate about arrow functions, to comment on how we treat nuanced opinions in our culture, and how tooling helps and hurts our efforts to collaborate together.
I keep getting cold emails from VPN companies asking me to blog about their services. So, as a middle finger to them, I thought I’d share this instead:
Mira Jacob has some great advice on what to do when you feel pressured to give an answer right away, but your gut is telling you there's a problem with it.
It's not easy to find examples of using the
CacheStorageAPI outside of service workers, or with the `await` operator, so I put one together.
People will often argue that either Composition or Context should be used to remove prop drilling, but I think it's better to use them both in a more nuanced way.