Feed #126


Constructor vs. Getter: A Better Way

Beautiful Constructors Look Like This

Object-Oriented Design Decisions: Stateful or Stateless Classes?


Streamlining the Sign-in Flow Using Credential Management API - Google Developers

Enabling HTTP/2 for Dropbox web services: experiences and observations - Dropbox Tech Blog


ES6, ES7, and beyond - V8 JavaScript Engine

Anders Hejlsberg: Introducing TypeScript - Channel 9

TypeScript won

After a year of using NodeJS in production

Front-End Performance: The Dark Side


Daily Matrix - Revitalizing Standup

5 things I’ve learned about Scrum the hard way

The SAFe Way To Scale Agile


Lessons From a Decade of IT Failures

What we learned from Google: code reviews aren’t just for catching bugs

Design like an Astronaut

Effective People Think Simply
> “the stopping rule is the hardest to learn”

That’s a fail

Medical Equipment Crashes During Heart Procedure Because of Antivirus Scan

The Sleepy User Agent - CloudFlare blog

X-Ray Scans Expose an Ingenious Chip-and-Pin Card Hack - WIRED


A beginner’s guide to ACID and database transactions

PostgreSQL Scalability: Towards Millions TPS

A beginner’s guide to database locking and the lost update phenomena


Great article about the hamburger menu. Basically, a lot of users simply miss it. Hidden menus = less traffic.
The Hamburger Menu Doesn’t Work

Designing an Alternative to the Hamburger Menu

6 Pillars of UI Design