🌟 This week we have a game engine review, new open source tools, many many recommendation lists and much more! Shout out to everyone who keeps writing despite this time. 🙌
So, let's get it started.
1️⃣ What Every Developers & Programmers Need to Read in June 🔥🔥
📝 A list of 12 recommended articles for developers. This is an all around list, not aiming to a specific domain.
2️⃣ Uber Open Sources Tool to Automatically Cleanup Stale Code
🐟 Piranha is a new open source tool by Uber. The new tool cleans up stale code caused by feature flags that are no longer required. It currently supports Java, Swift and Objective-C.
3️⃣ Play Counter-Strike 1.6 in your browser
⚠️ This one is actually not a blog post, but went pretty viral on Daily. You can now play CS 1.6 in your browser! Pretty awesome.
4️⃣ 🔥 What's Hot in Web Development? — Weekly Picks #131
🤘 It's the second time in a pretty short period that our weekly picks is featured here. Exciting times! Last week was full of Deno, caching, golang and more.
5️⃣ 33 Most popular JS repositories on GitHub in May 2020
7️⃣ Developer Personas, or the Exquisite State of Being of June
🌇 A meme that compares the personas of front end developers, back end developers and june. I have no idea who is June, so if you know let me know in the comments.
8️⃣ Phaser 3 Game Framework: My Honest Review
9️⃣ Top 3 Programming Languages to Learn in 2020!
🔟 JSON Master - ⚡ Auto-formats JSON responses in Chrome
🆙 JSON Master is a Chrome Extension that formats automatically JSON in the browser.
🙌 Wrap Up!
That was all for this week. We will come back with another list of interesting development posts next week. Peace! ✌️
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