Jason has been helping devs clean up their code. Here's a collection of clean code samples that he's collected throughout the month.
Interviews shouldn't be one-sided. In this post, Elena empowers the interviewee with questions that help them get a better understanding of the company they're a candidate for.
Ben started writing a post about our implementation of the dev.to PWA, but then he had a really hard time describing what a progressive web app actually is. He gives his analysis of google's definition and get input from the community.
Logan was stuck with no wifi & jury duty for two weeks so she chose to learn Rust during down times. In this post, she shares different note-taking techniques to be a more effective learner.
A mock conversation between a pair programming practitioner, and a dev that's curious about it.
Max doesn't claim to understand cryptocurrencies, but his experience with building a distributed application leads him to believe the future is ethereum.
^ Run on the Commodore 64, in 1982. In this post, KP explores the magical power of a single line of code.
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!