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Nitish Dayal

I work a lot and never release anything. :) My profile picture is off center because I'm ~quirky.

Location Everett Joined Joined on  Personal website https://github.com/nitishdayal github website

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Web Development Engineer

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Do you still work with jQuery?

Still use it professionally. Frankly I've never worked anywhe...

How does your web dev team decide on browser support?

We go by traffic and market share. Which means we still sup...

What are some useful npm packages I might not know about?

I'm sure most people are familiar with it at this point, bu...

What are some useful npm packages I might not know about?

NPX makes me happy. NPX + terminal aliases = Very rare need...

I created @ThePracticalDev and dev.to, ask me anything!

Given that blogging platforms are well spoken for, why did ...

Who are your favorite speakers?

I'm always blown away by Lin Clark's talks. Not always lang...

Thinking about going with PreactJs for dev.to

+1 Preact. There are other libraries that might be more per...

Lazy – Exploiting a New Programming Paradigm

Three virtues was immediately where my mind went. :) @loicn...

Are you considering a career switch? From what to what?

10yrs in sales, trying to break into the development world.

SOLID principles using Typescript

Great article, easy to follow examples, clean and thorough ex...

What are your must-read programming books?

Written in order of recommendation per topic. Eloquent JS is ...

What are your tips for avoiding burnout?

+1 on both points Deal w/ anxiety + PTSD, things piled up an...

What is your advice to people just getting started in code?

Programming is learning and problem-solving. Be comfortable w...

What are your must-read programming books?

JavaScript: Essential JavaScript - Solid introduction to Java...

Setting up a Minimal, Yet Useful JavaScript Dev Environment

Valuable post. Where's the damn like/heart/+1 button on this ...

Which editor/IDE do you use and why?

Visual Studio Code. Lots of awesome built-in functionality an...

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