5 things (2017 #52)

  1. Some key insights from 2017 JavaScript survey that gathered 23000 responses.
  2. The Health Model Show podcast with Robert Lustig about his latest book “Hacking the American Mind”. The podcast discusses Happiness Vs Pleasure. How addiction happens in brain, how addiction is related to stress, how to optimize for happiness instead of pleasure.
  3. Interesting Hanselminutes podcast episode with Jeremy Miller about polyglot persistence. It talks about Marten framework that store unstructured data in Postgres database.
  4. Short video that divides all fats into good fats and bad fats.
  5. The collection of most popular RisingStack blog tutorials for the 2017 year.
Advertisements

5 things (2017 #51)

Interesting video about how food affects gut.
Blog post that explains what is Redux by building store from scratch.

5 things (2017 #50)

  1. Tim Ferris show episode with Walter Isaacson about his latest biography book about Leonardo Da Vinci and also his previous ones.
  2. James Altucher show episode Matt Mullenmeg who is the owner of company that is behind to most famous blog engine WordPress. He shares some interesting philosophies how to create company internal code.
  3. Introductory article for new web application bundler Parcel.
  4. Article that introduces new Node.js package manage named Turbo that is 5x faster than NPM and Yarn.
  5. Short video that gives 15 reasons to quit sugar.

5 things (2017 #49)

Two useful videos about intermittent fasting: 5 tricks to better to do IF and the benefits of IF.
James Altucher episode with Tony Robbins about how to be fulfilled. Key phrases: Don’t ask how, instead ask why. Trade your expectations for appreciations, life it to short to suffer.
Another great James Altucher show episode with Yuval Noah Harari about the future, what is stories, why homo sapiens defeated other competing races and much more.
An extensive tutorial/page that shows the modern JavaScript topics with simple and detailed explanations.
Detailed article about how to build accessible menu systems.