Wochenbericht 2021.30

  1. Content-aware image resizing in JavaScript (using Seam Carving algorithm)
  2. For developers, Apple’s Safari is crap and outdated
  3. Building a breadcrumbs component
  4. Audioedtior Audacity: “Das mit der Datensammlerei, das war gar nicht so gemeint”
  5. The “with” keyword

Was zum Lachen: Fill in the gaps


Wochenbericht 2021.29

  1. Thinking About Glue Code
  2. 20 Questions a Software Engineer Should Ask When Joining a New Team
  3. Torvalds wants new NTFS driver in kernel
  4. What I learned from Software Engineering at Google
  5. Internationalizing and Localizing Your App, Part 1: Understanding Different Cultures
  6. Malicious NPM Package Steals Passwords via Chrome’s Account-Recovery Tool

Was zum Lachen: Immer noch nicht so.


Wochenbericht 2021.28

  1. Vue 3.2.0-beta.1
  2. Building a Conference Schedule with CSS Grid
  3. Build Complex CSS Transitions using Custom Properties and cubic-bezier()
  4. Collection of essential Vue Composition Utilities
  5. CSS Bookmarklets for Testing and Fixing
  6. Sa11y is an accessibility quality assurance tool that visually highlights common accessibility and usability issues. Geared towards content authors, Sa11y straightforwardly identifies errors or warnings at the source with a simple tooltip on how to fix them.

Was zum Lachen: Diese Woche nicht.


Wochenbericht 2021.27

  1. GitHub Support just straight up confirmed in an email that yes, they used all public GitHub code, for Codex/Copilot regardless of license
  2. GitHubs KI-Copilot: Der Output einer Maschine ist urheberrechtlich nicht schutzfähig – er ist gemeinfrei.
  3. Appwrite – A Self Hosted Open Source Firebase Alternative
  4. JavaScript is weird. (QUIZ)
  5. Forschungsbericht: Schockierendes Ausmaß von biometrischer Überwachung in Europa
  6. Visual Studio Code June 2021
  7. Innenministerium will Abhängigkeit von Microsoft reduzieren
  8. How to Structure a Large Scale Vue.js Application
  9. Composition API code sharing FTW

Was zum Lachen: Adventure


Wochenbericht 2021.26

  1. We made a little web component for collecting binary (thumbs up/down) user feedback on a website.
  2. Microsoft Teams 2.0 will use half the memory, dropping Electron for Edge Webview2
  3. The Dev Behind One Of The World’s Best SNES Emulators Has Died
  4. Spend millions of dollars to train a couple people on Cobol….refuse to even attempt to upgrade to newer technologies…
  5. The Untold Story of SQLite

Was zum Lachen: 4 out of 5 developers