Hey guys! I hope you enjoyed my last week's article. I am back again with five more alien articles of the past week that are worth reading. These are the articles posted outside Dev.to, hence the moniker "alien". 👽
I think you will like them!
We all want to deliver the project on time, but sometimes we compromise on code quality and forgo code comments. This can make the code a huge pain to understand for another teammate and for newcomers too. And sometimes, we don't even test our projects as a real user would. In this article, Lusan Das shares his experience, covering most of these things that we should and need to understand to be more responsible developers.
Nothing over the top here. Just a simple guide to help you learn HTML and CSS in the most efficient way possible in 2019. There are always new books and courses popping up, so this is a good place to start your journey without getting overwhelmed. Chris Coyier covers some of the books, courses, and boot camps available on the internet. And in the end, he also provides some tips that will help you implement your skills in real life.
Most of us know what synchronous and asynchronous tasks are. But do you know which one is more efficient, fast, resource saving, expensive and easy to write? Or are you still confused about asynchronous vs synchronous execution? Then you need to check out this article by Kirill, he covers some of the topics like Synchronicity (Single-threaded, Multi-threaded), Asynchrony, Asynchrony and context switching, Event loop.
What are your thoughts on these articles? Love them? Hate them? And what all have you guys been reading? Tell me in the comments, please! I would also love to know what are your favorite dev blogs. Have an awesome day! ❤