Reading Log - November 4 (#4)
Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter has made for an interesting news week.
Daniel Rosenwasser: Ten Years of TypeScript
I was late to the TypeScript train, but now that I've been using it both at work and on my side projects, I miss it when I don't have it.
Given my experience working with TypeScript, I'd say they've done a good job allowing developers to integrate TypeScript into the development process with minimal impact.
Amy Scott: How We Survive
This podcast has been doing a great job talking about the struggles Miami is having to deal with given the changing climate. I'd highly recommend a listen as climate change is a real threat and is something that will extend well beyond just Miami.
👨🏼💻 Development and Design
Is There Too Much CSS Now? (Sacha Greif)
The Perfect Commit (Simon Willison)
How Stack Overflow is leveling up its unit testing game (Wouter de Kort)
The many faces of themeable design systems (Brad Frost)
Asynchronous Programming in .NET - Introduction, Misconceptions, and Problems (William Applegate)
A Web Component Story (Cory LaViska)
A Look At Remix And The Differences With Next.js (Facundo Giuliani)
TypeScript: Type Guards (Robin Wieruch)
More Efficient Deletes With Entity Framework Core (Khalid Abuhakmeh)
Learn how to improve your ASP.NET Core controllers with these principles (Dennis Frühauff)
The New CSS Media Query Range Syntax (Preethi Selvam)
🖥 Technology and the Internet
If GitHub Copilot Is A Copyright Problem, Perhaps The Problem Is Copyright (Michael Weinberg)
📈 Business and Finance
Can Gary Gensler solve every problem in American finance? (💰 The Economist)
🎒 Everything Else
Five years of quitting Twitter (Nolan Lawson)
Getting started with Mastodon (Axel Rauschmayer)