1. This career is an absolute marathon
Lots of people feel the pressure to live and breathe code, but Ben explains why he doesn't think that should be the case.
It's perfectly fine to only code at work, don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
Ben Halpern ・ Feb 17 '18 ・ 1 min read
2. Can you recognize Cyrillic?
A hacker contacted Logan about a potential security vulnerability that led her into the world of homographs. In order to understand homographs, we also learn about ICANN, punycode, and more.
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3. Ideas, please 💭
A community sourced list of ideas for Raspberry Pi 3s.
I just got a Raspberry Pi 3. What can I do with it?
Michael Lee 🍕 ・ Feb 12 '18 ・ 1 min read
4. Do no harm 🙈
Yos shares some highlights from The Clean Coder, a code of conduct for professional programmers.
5. Do things better
An easy-to-follow and detailed overview of the backdrop of Docker and it's associated technologies.
Docker Guide - Part 1
Douglas Minnaar ・ Feb 12 '18 ・ 15 min read
6. The Glass, Ice Cream Scoops, Whipped Cream, and Cherries
CSS positioning is usually met with hours of trial and error, often leading to no real understanding of the concept. In this post, Kevin ends our confusion and makes us drool all at the same time 🍦😛
CSS Positioning Explained By Building An Ice Cream Sundae
Kevin Kononenko ・ Feb 16 '18 ・ 5 min read
7. Get Gaming
That's it for our weekly wrap up! Keep an eye on dev.to this week for daily content and discussions...and if you miss anything, we'll be sure to recap it next Monday!
Top comments (3)
@loganmeetsworld 's article on homographs was a great read!