Soon or later it had to happen and here we go – I have made my first contribution to open-source project. There are many open-source projects on the web and you can always find tons of bugs that are waiting for your fix:) It was not hard to find issues especially when the whole group found more than 40 issues related to package.json files for popular node.js modules. 356 more words
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The short answer is YES! Yes, smartphones and tablets can be wonderful learning tools, or bicycles for our minds if used properly, and Yes, they can be a huge distraction if unskilfully used. 1,555 more words
Developers may be the new kingmakers, to quote Redmonk, but they’re not very careful about locking the gates. That’s the primary take-away from a slew of ransomware attacks against MongoDB, CouchDB, Elasticsearch, and Hadoop, as I’ve argued. 6 more words
Since my last post on the eslint work that is happening in mozilla-central, we have increased coverage as well as enabling more rules.
The publication of that post spawned a few conversations, among them Florian Quèze has added a bunch of new Mozilla-specific rules to our eslint configuration and evilpies has started looking at what it would take to run eslint on the JS engine code. 368 more words