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Zeal Interestings, Issue 33
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Languages & Libraries
Programming is combining the language's available units, both within a type of unit (functions call other functions) and between types of units (functions are grouped into modules). These are the basic components of software structure and software design: what are the pieces and how are they related?
On the Server

JSFiddle for GraphQL servers

Rails 5.1 introduces system tests for simulating browser interactions with their applications. In this post, we explore the new addition and see how you can apply it in your own projects.

On the Front-End

In the past few years we’ve seen the rise of CSS-in-JS, emerging primarily from within the React community — but why?

A look into removing common and uncommon performance bottlenecks in one of the worlds largest React.js PWAs, Twitter Lite.

To enable React developers to stay in the component-based paradigm while writing e2e tests, we at TestCafe team made testcafe-react-selectors – a plugin that introduces a native approach to testing React applications.
On the Go
Over the last 6 months, I’ve been building Rizer, a mobile app that allows users to judge photo battles from multiple categories.
Today's a big day for desktops everywhere. We're making the GitHub experience better beyond the browser with two releases—a new release of Atom with Git and GitHub Integration and the new GitHub Desktop Beta.

Ubuntu phones and tablets also dead, but the desktop, server, and cloud live on.

What do you get when you combine a whale and a butler?

People & Process
Basecamp Employee Handbook

Get insights on the world’s developers from the largest and most comprehensive survey ever. Demographics. Technologies. Salaries. Career satisfaction.

Learning & Growth

Get help learning how to make your own games! No prior experience required. Free to start today.

Must See
Paul Lamere works at Spotify, where he spends all his time building machines to figure out what song you really want to listen to next.
Let's hack on some software. Do you have a project you've been working on? Are you thinking of starting a new project? Do you want to kick around some ideas? Want to talk about code?
What does code critique night mean?Just like fight club, if this is your first night attending, you have to present.
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