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It's almost mid of December — the holiday season — and it's getting cold. Things are moving fast in tech as always and we are back with another interesting list of weekly picks from Daily. Let's see what developers are looking at these days.
🔥 A great list of 8 top Chrome APIs that blur the lines between native apps and web apps. It contains a list of great APIs that can help you build a better and consistent UI to provide enhanced native application experience.
👨💻 It takes a lot of perseverance, practice, and patience to become good at programming. Still, this process continues. This reading contains a list of some good resources that can help you in the journey. If you are a beginner, starting out, I would highly recommend this list.
Kafka is an open source distributed streaming platform used to subscribe/publish to streams of records. I didn't know much about Kafka, but this article a great starter to learn about Kafka and hit the ground running. 📟
🤔 This is a great series of interview questions asked at some big firms and different approaches to solving them. This week's post contains the solution to a question asked at Google interview and a question asked at a Facebook interview. I would say, it's a great series to follow and practice your skills.
💡As a developer, some times, we struggle with the ideas for our side projects, or just to practice our skills. This post contains a list of some interesting ideas that you can use as a startup idea, or maybe just to build a side project.
It's a myth that you need to be good at Maths to be a better programmer. In my experience, there are only specific areas which require Math knowledge and you can really go around without being good at it. This book "Math for Programmers" specifically target those areas and related Maths topics that you should know. 🧮
It's a great detailed tutorial on setting your portfolio website using React. It will help you practice your React skills, and add a new project to your portfolio as well. ⚛️
Array.filter(), and ✂️
Array.reduce() with some great examples.
⚛️ This article is a great sneak peek at the success of the React. It lists some of the big companies using React and different benefits of using it. Apparently it seems like React is a blessing for the businesses and you can bet on it.
This was all from the previous week. We will come back with another list of interesting development posts. Till then, peace! ✌️
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