Wochenbericht 2021.44

Letzte Woche ist aufgrund dringlicher steuerlicher Angelegenheiten ausgefallen. Dieses Jahr wird das sicher besser (das behaupte ich jedes Jahr).

  1. Complexity is killing software developers
  2. Silicon Valley companies find remote work is easier to begin than end as they look to bring employees back to the office
  3. Hardening a sketchy containerized application one step at a time
  4. Unicorn icons – Animated Lottie icons for your next project. Free for personal, commercial use with attribution.
  5. Why Outdated jQuery Is Still the Dominant JavaScript Library
  6. Visual Studio Code October 2021
  7. Open Source statt Microsoft: Bund und Länder planen “souveränen Arbeitsplatz”
  8. Developer Tools secrets that shouldn’t be secrets
  9. Art of debugging with Chrome DevTools

Was zum Lachen: “I’ll meet you at the restaurant in 15 minutes”


Wochenbericht 2020.41

  1. Full-Bleed Layout Using CSS Grid
  2. Writing Testable Forms
  3. A brief history of styling list items.
  4. Use VS Code online with GitHub Codespaces
  5. How ZDF created a video PWA with offline and dark mode
  6. Visual Studio Code September 2020
  7. Introducing Tailwind Play

Was zum Lachen: The ‘no-code’ dream


Wochenbericht 2019.18

  1. How to create a multi-line text background effect
  2. A Conspiracy To Kill IE6
  3. Oh, the Many Ways to Make Triangular Breadcrumb Ribbons!
  4. Remote Development with VS Code
  5. “Wer Arbeit will, muss Daten aufgeben” Das Arbeitsamt, dein Freund und Helfer!

Was zum Lachen: Avengers Endgame Trailer – Developer edition [No spoilers]


Wochenbericht 2019.06

  1. “Why do I need a 4Ghz quadcore to run facebook?” This is why. A single word split up into 11 HTML DOM elements to avoid adblockers.
  2. Taylor Otwell kotzt sich über PHPUnit 8 aus.
  3. Eine coole Library in PHP um Bilder zu manipulieren
  4. Firefox 66 to block automatically playing audible video and audio – Mozilla Hacks
  5. Das Januar-Update von VS-Code bringt ein paar sehr coole (und teilweise für IntelliJ-Nutzer vermisste) Features.

Was zum Lachen: Git-LFS