Top stories from the Developer Community

14 april 2020 om 13:55 by Ruud van Falier - Post a comment

We have scavenged the internet once again, in search for those stories from the developer community that you must not miss out on!

So sit back, throw your feet up and turn off your phone for the next 30 - 45 minutes because here are our 5 favorite stories of the past few weeks:

A simple technique to do safe changes in a complex codebase

by Nicolas Carlo

You've got a huge codebase and need to make a tine change. Before you know it, the whole thing comes crumbling down upon you. Sound familiar? Nicolas teaches us how to prevent this with The Mikado Method.

Things you can do with a browser in 2020

by Luigi De Rosa

Not really a story, but more like an overview / showcase of tons of cool stuff you can do natively in browsers these days. It's fantastic to see how far the web has come.

10 myths I busted working remotely as a developer

by Tom Cafferkey

The top stories list wouldn't be complete without at least one story about remote working. Tom busts some of those pesky remote working myths.

From 48k lines of code to 10—the story of GitHub’s JavaScript SDK

by Gregor Martynus

Gregor was hired in 2017 to do one "simple" job: Take GitHub's SDK for Node.js and make it maintainable. His main challenge to overcome: 48k of code...

Let's Stop the 5G Hysteria: Understanding Hoaxes and Disinformation Campaigns

by Troy Hunt

For some reason, people seem to think 5G is going to be the end of the world. It goes as far (at least in the UK and NL) as people setting fire to 5G cell towers! So are people getting this from? Troy Hunt crawls into the rabbit hole...

Enjoy!

We hope you enjoy these top stories as much as we did. Stay tuned for the next article!