Hi Folks, last week has been exciting. I traveled to London to speak at HalfStack and Modern Frontends Live. I’ve met a lot of old friends, as well as met a few folks I only talked to online.
HalfStack was like attending a full-day concert of your local band. Thanks Dylan for organizing it, I would definitely recommend everybody to attend.
I was disappointed by Modern Frontends Live. I expected the talks to be recorded (and live-streamed), so many people could watch them, but the organizers let us down. Take a moment to read Jo Frachetti‘s review. On the bright side, the speaker lineup of the conference was stellar, and I met so many internet-only friends there. I hope to spend more time with them at future events.
I will do a Node.js Backend Masterclass in two weeks, teaching how to structure Node.js applications (link on the image).
onlyCookieverify option tests and types.
create eject --esmcommand.
Here are a few interesting readings about how to license your new Open Source project and protect the community and yourself at the same time:
As the CTO of Platformatic, I greatly pondered the problem. I concluded that adopting the Developer Certification of Origin is the best guarantee I can give anyone willing to contribute to Platformatic.