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It’s the first edition of Weekly Dose Of Software Engineering Stuff - a newsletter where you can read the content of topics that might be interesting for software developers and engineers.
The goal of this newsletter is to share resources from my blog and the Internet that are related to topics that I found interesting as a software developer. The content related to TypeScript, Node, programming languages in general, testing for devs, writing and note-taking, useful resources about computer science, algorithms and data structures, interview preparation, software architecture, books, DevOps, and many many other interesting things.
As you may have noticed, the name of the newsletter was inspired by one popular YouTube channel. But I think it’s quite original 🙂.
Short information about me. I am a software developer currently based in Prague. I work with technologies like TypeScript, React, Node, and others. The project that I’m working on with a team is a solution for cloud backups (AWS, Google Cloud, etc). So, content related to cloud computing can also be in the future.
Since you already subscribed to my newsletter you know that I have a blog. Now it’s mostly about TypeScript and Node but I have plans to expand a list of content topics. Stay tuned!
Another one of my activities is a book about TypeScript which is available for free as series of posts on my blog and PDF eBook. In this letter, you can find a link to the latest version of the eBook 📚.
- About a week ago I published the post What Is Strict Mode In TypeScript, Why And When You Should Use It?. It’s more theoretical material for ones who are just starting out to work with TypeScript and don’t know what TypeScript’s strict “mode”. I have a draft of another post about strict options in TypeScript that described it in a more practical way. I’m going to publish it soon.
- TSConf 2021 is coming and conference’s team announces list of speakers, sponsors, and more details about schedule
- The conference will be on September 10 in online
- Most Popular Programming Languages, according to public GitHub Repositories (Jun 2021)
- TypeScript: 7.2%
- Python: 16.4%
- Java: 12.8%
- Go: 7.6%
- Dr. Axel Rauschmayer published the article Simple monorepos via npm workspaces and TypeScript project references
- The recordings of Node.js team’s weekly meetings were posted on official Node.js YouTube channel
- Using AbortSignal in Node.js (NearForm Blog)
- Visual Studio Code June 2021 (code.visualstudio.com)
- Interesting post The Future Of The Web by HazemOsama
- I don’t use vim as much as I used before, but I’m still interested in this. Here is a special episode of Changelog podcast fully about vim with great hosts and guests
- I use Obsidian every day for note-taking, writing blog posts, and even for this newsletter.
That’s all! If you found something interesting and you want to share it with newsletter members or you have an opinion on how to improve the newsletter don’t be shy to email me. Since it’s just the first edition of newsletter I’m experimenting with content and format.
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I’ll see you next week!