Currently, this weekly post shares articles written in English but we wanted to note that one of our most popular posts this week was actually a PWA article written in Japanese, you can read it here. We'll continue this post in English, but may have separate multi-lingual posts in the future.
1. Think like a software engineer
How do you make coffee for four people with different coffee preferences? Lorenzo uses a non-technical problem to explain the five skills you must learn when it comes to problem solving.
2. Speeding up the traveling salesman
In this most recent #basecs post, Vaidehi revisits the traveling salesman problem using dynamic programming.
3. "boringness" as a feature
Christine walks us through developing an email sync engine in Python.
4. Do you have to be passionate about coding at home?
A discussion about programmers who only code at work.
5. Asynchronous Iterations
6. Going headless
Maxime gives an in-depth example of using React.js with Wordpress's REST API.
7. Picking languages
No, not your programming language. Your spoken/written/thinking language. In this post, Lauro asks the community whether or not you should create content in English or your native language.
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!
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