The top five articles of January from tech practice
We hope you had as good a start to the new year as we did. In the new year, we have news fodder again and therefore prepared small snacks for you to digest. #
– Not only reading but attending conferences is also a great way to absorb new knowledge. Getting a good overview of upcoming conferences and finding the right ones for you is important. Dev.events created a helpful list from different tech areas. The list can be filtered by country and preferred technology. Pick the right one for you.
– there is an extension for draw.io diagrams for visual studio code. This is worth its weight in gold if you want to manipulate values and diagrams programmatically or collaborate with others.
– Jetbrains is also working on improving the user experience. That’s why they have a new editor currently in the preview phase called Fleet. The IDE promises lightweight, flexibility, collaboration, language inclusion, and much more. Check out the features in detail or subscribe to the updates once the IDE is available after the preview phase.
– the article shows the misuse and spans the arc to the semantically correct use of elements. Of course also the resulting advantages in terms of accessibility.
– will soon be supported by most browsers. It creates deep copies of objects. This blog post explains how it works.
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Hido has written another great article on the topic of remote work. There he illuminates this with a psychological eye and gives you tips to use at home. Check it out.
Andre wrote an article about what has been concerning us for a long time. He offers a solution on how to realize the execution of multiple versions of a stencil design system without conflicts. Check it out.
Enjoy reading and stay curious.