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Mam 18 lat. Nie mam studiów w IT. W maju napisałem maturę. Mam dwie wymarzone, bardzo dobrze płatne prace. Jestem front-end developerem na pełen etat i zdalnym konsultantem Ember.js w niepełnym wymiarze godzin. Nie mam wątpliwości, że obydwie prace dostałem dzięki Stack Overflow i Githubowi. Oto sposób w jaki wykorzystałem te świetne strony, żeby zdobyć…
webmastah​.pl

Trzeba być specyficznym typem człowieka, by efektywnie pracować z domu. Zdecydowanie nie jest to coś dla każdego. Wiele osób może się bardzo nudzić i tracić ogromną ilość czasu na oglądanie filmów, czy granie w gry – jednak wymaga to sporo samodyscypliny.…
javadevmatt​.pl

Zainspirowany jednym z komentarzy do mojego poprzedniego wpisu: 'Jeżeli ktoś w 2016 roku chce się rozwijać, to nie będzie szedł do pracy do firmy która oferuje pracę w PHP i MySql. Serio' postanowiłem pochylić się nad bardzo ciekawym zagadnieniem jakim jest nauka programowania w PHP: czy warto w ogóle się za to zabierać w 2016…
kamiladryjanek​.com

Frontend

This article aims to be useful for people who are already BEM enthusiasts and wish to use it more effectively or people who are curious to learn more about it.…
smashingmagazine​.com

Web Components are a set of features that allow the creation of reusable widgets in web documents and web applications. The components model in Angular 1.5.x allows for encapsulation and interoperability of individual HTML elements.…
scotch​.io

Recently, there has been a lot of talk about what’s new in Bootstrap 4, and I was curious to examine the visual appearance & style differences. Here is a visual guide that will show you what’s new in Bootstrap 4 as compared to Bootstrap 3.…
medium​.com/wdstack

If you’ve run up against performance problems with Angular due to a high number of watchers or unpredictable and expensive re-renders, ngReact could help. Or if you have an existing Angular app and you’d just like to try out React without rewriting your whole app, ngReact could help there too.…
daveceddia​.com

We’ve taken a look through all the stats for the 20 issues of HTML5 Weekly (our front-end development newsletter) published so far in 2016 and have collected together the most popular CSS articles, round-ups, tools and tutorials readers have clicked on.…
medium​.com/statuscode

Promises are amazing! The concept has been around for decades, but they are finally here in ES6! Before we switched to promises, our code was full of confusing callback tricks and async. Switching to promises made our code easier to read, understand, and test. There are so many reasons to love promises, but here are my top five.…
blog​.runnable​.com

The display property is one of the most important CSS properties we use for layout. Most of us would have used block, inline and none. table and inline-block are also quite common. The new darling is definitely flex, because it’s a display property that was created specifically for layout…
chenhuijing​.com

Before ECMAScript 2015 object literals (also named object initializers) in JavaScript were quite elementary. It was possible to define 2 types of properties:…
rainsoft​.io

We will have a look at more PostCSS plugins that expand the horizons of CSS. The earlier article focused on improving the structure of your stylesheets through extending selectors and media queries. This one will concentrate on implementing new properties and values from upcoming specifications…
sitepoint​.com

Whether or not you’ve ever heard of VueJS before, never fear. I’m here to share some insights on how and why we at Codeship used this “new” library for our Docker-builds UI, Jet.…
blog​.codeship​.com

Frontend – soft

Backend

this article gives a top-down overview of the field: Instead of contrasting the implementation specifics of individual representatives, we propose a comparative classification model that relates functional and non-functional requirements to techniques and algorithms employed in NoSQL databases.…
medium​.baqend​.com

In this tutorial, I'll show you how easy it is to build a web application with Symfony and add authentication to it without banging your head on a wall!…
auth0​.com

At GitHub we use MySQL as our main datastore. While repository data lies in git, metadata is stored in MySQL. This includes Issues, Pull Requests, Comments etc. We also auth against MySQL via a custom git proxy (babeld). To be able to serve under the high load GitHub operates at, we use MySQL replication to scale out read load.…
githubengineering​.com

When you’re trying to test methods on an Eloquent model, you often need to hit the database to really test your code. But sometimes the functionality you’re testing doesn’t really depend on database features. Is there any way to test that stuff without hitting the database?…
adamwathan​.me

In this article, I’ll explain MySQL’s native options and give you a comparison table of the most common datatypes. We’ll also benchmark some typical queries and reach some conclusions about which datatype to use in a given situation.…
vertabelo​.com

First of lets go through what is GrumPHP and how it can help in our workflow to make pull requests less “Code Check Styles” and more proper architecture review. There are specifically built tools for code style checks such as nitpick or styleCI, but even tools like these will only help you after you push your code to GitHub…
medium​.com/@steveazz

Any software project has three core elements: the speed at which the software ships, the fidelity of the feature set, and the quality of the underlying code base. In a perfect world, we’d be right in the middle,…
brandonsavage​.net

The naive way of storing many boolean options (in a database) is to create for each option a field and storing a 0 when it is false and 1 when it is true. Consider the following example, something some of you might have written in some variant.…
stovepipe​.systems

Backend – soft

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