Around the Web - 20200807
Brett M. Nelson - Friday, August 7, 2020
And now for somethings to read (or watch) over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.
Why beginners should teach
Designer · Tatiana Mac – Beginners teaching will create more compassion, combat Imposter Syndrome, and diversify industry voices. Beginners! I'd love to see more of you teach. You have tremendous value to offer. In our industry, we uphold and revere experts. I get it.
29 Years Ago Today, The First Web Page Went Live. This Is What It Looked Like
IFLScience – Aug 6 – In the 1980s, Tim Berners-Lee became frustrated with how information was shared and stored at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). He noticed that, as well as being distributed inefficiently, information was being lost at the…
Breezing Through the Upcoming @AuraEnabled Critical Update - Salesforce Developers Blog
Salesforce.com – Aug 3, 9:30 AM – As part of an ongoing effort to make your org more secure, a critical update described in this release note is being activated in the Winter '21 release. This may affect your org, and you should take preventative action. The @AuraEnabled annotation…
Chapter 1: Birth
CSS-Tricks – Aug 5, 10:09 AM – Tim Berners-Lee is fascinated with information. It has been his life's work. For over four decades, he has sought to understand how it is mapped and stored and transmitted. How it passes from person to person. How the seeds of information become…
Lightning Design System Code Issues Revealed by the SLDS Validator - Salesforce Developers Blog
Salesforce.com – Aug 6, 9:15 AM – Since 2015, the Salesforce Lightning Design System (SLDS) has been helping developers on the Salesforce platform maximize clarity, efficiency, consistency, and beauty in their front-end code, as well as their rendered components. For more…
Till Next Week
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