Wochenbericht 2022.12

  1. Over 200 Malicious NPM Packages Caught Targeting Azure Developers
  2. React 18 released!
  3. Chrome vulnerability reported for 3.2 billion users
  4. Visual Studio Code March 2022
  5. The cost of return await – How return await can slow down your code.
  6. Vite ⚡ 2.9 out, faster cold start and many other improvements!

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 2020.45

  1. Super Tiny Icons
  2. Malicious npm package opens backdoors on programmers’ computers (again)
  3. Phosphor Icons
  4. No, Microsoft is not rebasing Windows to Linux
  5. Creating Web Applications with D3 Observable

Was zum Lachen gibts diese Woche nicht, nur zum Kopfschütteln.


Wochenbericht 2020.12

Ich hoffe, euch geht es gut da draußen. Ob Homeoffice oder nicht. Passt auf euch auf. Bleibt gesund. Passt auf eure Lieben und andere auf. Seid nett zueinander, nehmt Rücksicht aufeinander. Um es mit Günther Oettinger zu sagen: “We are all sitting in one boat!”.


  1. How to use the new Nullish Coalescing operator in JavaScript
  2. Following the release of PHPSandbox version 2.0.0, I just published: Getting Started With PHPSandbox – An Online Code Sandbox For PHP 🔥🔥🔥
  3. npm is joining GitHub – GitHub has signed an agreement to acquire npm.
  4. Corona-Folgen: Für die deutsche Arbeitskultur eine einmalige Chance
  5. New in Symfony 5.1: Route annotations priority

Was zum Lachen: Stay. At. Home.


Wochenbericht 2018.48

  1. Meet the newest member of the Symfony family: SymfonyCloud
  2. Using Symfony Security voters to check user permissions with ease
  3. Ein NPM-Paket löst Alarm aus
  4. TypeScript-Definitionen aus JSON extrahieren As A Service
  5. Tired of nosey developers constantly checking if your site is responsive by resizing your browser window over and over again?: Desist

Was zum Lachen: “If it’s not broken