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Thanks for reading in 2017! This is our last issue of the year, but we’ll be back with more #interestings in 2018.
Languages & Libraries
A simple, responsive, modern charts library for the web.

Functional programming (FP) provides many advantages, and its popularity has been increasing as a result. However, each programming paradigm comes with its own unique jargon and FP is no exception. By providing a glossary, we hope to make learning FP easier.
On the Server
This article describes SQL Joins in a visual manner, and also the most efficient way to write the visualized Joins.

For years, programmers used .dev domains for testing their code. Those days are over.

On the Front-End
A research tool for conscientious creatives
An opinionated guide to modern, modular, component-based approach to handling your presentation logic in Rails that does not depend on any front-end framework.
Jitsi is a powerful, open-source, community-driven video conferencing platform that securely connects users across browsers and devices.

Atom 1.23 is now available on the stable channel and includes a new feature for packages to register URI handlers, the ability to register hidden commands, as well as editor performance improvements.

People & Process
What would happen if you had a rule on your team that said you never edit a method after it was written, you only rewrote it again from scratch?
The technology industry has embraced geographically diverse teams; with easy access to the latest tools, it’s no surprise. But tools aren’t enough to make a distributed company productive.
Learning & Growth
A recent programming project of my own reminded me that just because I can’t handle lots of complexity at once, it doesn’t mean I can’t program. I can program, but because of my weakness I use a style that partitions complexity instead of consuming it whole.
Must See
A great tank about the basic properties of the Beam VM.
Worth a Listen
On today's episode we discuss "Another Lens" A research tool for creatives from the design team at Airbnb and News Deeply.
Danese Cooper joined Nadia and Mikeal to discuss the history of open source, how the term became a thing via Tim O'Reilly, feeling empowered as an open source contributor, companies’ relationship to open source, foundations and their role (or not) in governance and sustainability.

Other Cool Stuff

For the stars of the streaming service Twitch, success means working around the clock.

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