Around the Web – 20180309
Brett M. Nelson - Friday, March 9, 2018
And now for somethings to read over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.
166: Extra Napkins
In this episode we are joined by Salesforce.com Evangelist Kevin Poorman to discuss queueables, promise libraries, Pets for Patriots, static vs dynamic functional languages, JOOQ, and we debate the need for a packaging manager for Salesforce.com.
Star Wars Rebels: Final Season
The last season of Star Wars Rebels comes to a conclusion. If you enjoy Star Wars but have kept up to date with Rebels I recommend you bindge watch it now. I'll wait... Done? The final Season ties up a lot of story lines and leaves more stories to maybe be told.
Visual Studio Code February 2018
Welcome to the February 2018 release of Visual Studio Code. There are a number of significant updates in this version that we hope you will like, some of the key highlights include: New Notifications UI - Easily manage and review VS Code...
Priorities and GTD
I have at least 100 projects, from LARGE to little. Now you break down those projects to single actions which at least triples your actions. So I might have about 300 single actions to be done. Wouldn't the first thing to do be according to...
I must admit it for the first time, and I'll use this platform to clean up the skeletons from my development closet. Sometimes, the magic I do — which some call “coding” — is not as perfect as...
HUMBLE BOOK BUNDLE: CODE YOUR OWN GAMES
A Phrase For Our Time: Merriam-Webster Adds 'Dumpster Fire' To Dictionary
What qualifies as a dumpster fire depends on who's watching, but you tend know it when you see it. But if forced to define it for someone not prone to hashtagging, you might quote Merriam-Webster: Dumpster fire (noun, US informal): 'an utterly...
Episode 7: Five Things About TypeScript
Learn more at https://aka.ms/5things-azure To watch more episodes go to https://aka.ms/FiveThingsPlaylist Learn five of the coolest features of TypeScript from Technical Fellow, Anders Hejlsberg. How can TypeScript help editors better check and...
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