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.

5 things (2017 #48)

  1. Extensive overview of most popular JavasScript frameworks.
  2. A couple of easy tricks how to eat more healthy.
  3. Interesting James Altucher show episode with Ben Mezrich about his books and how to be successful writer after 190 rejections.
  4. Small and very useful NPM module for deleting unnecessary file from node_modules folder in Node.Js projects to save the disk space.
  5. Interesting article about how to write native Node.js modules using Rust language.

5 things (2017 #47)

  1. Extensive post about how to safely reset passwords using JSON web tokens.
  2. Interesting video about raw versus cooked vegetables and enzymes.
  3. Interesting Tim Ferris show episode with Darren Aronofsky about film making, work life balance and procastination.
  4. Another excellent Tim Ferris show podcast episode with Maria Sharapova about mental performance, work life balance and what it takes to get to the top of the game.
  5. Blog post about interesting project that bring native performance to Electron.

5 things (2017 #46)

  1. Useful video with tips how to fix fatty liver.
  2. Curated list of Node.js best practices.
  3. Interesting blog post about how learning Redux can make you a better developer.
  4. Blog post about useful React patterns.
  5. James Altucher podcast episode with Tim Ferris about his latest book “Tools of Titans” and related topics.

5 things (2017 #45)

  1. Short video that tells how to achieve happiness in life. I completely agree and follow the main principle in my every day life as closely as I can.
  2. James Altucher show episode with Chris Voss about how to negotiate in all life situations is real gem, so much tips and interesting insights of process negotiation that is hard to remember them all.
  3. Extensive checklist of element that must be checked before launching a HTML site in production.
  4. Interesting blog post that details the arguments and the problems that arise in building performant Android app on cheap entry level phones with unstable internet connection using React Native.
  5. James Altucher show episode with Robert Cialdini about 7 techniques to influence anything has some interesting thoughts of human behavior in different circumstances.

5 things (2017 #44)

  1. Very detailed performance case study of improving performance using several advanced optimization techniques.
  2. Interesting video about the problem of food waste.
  3. A blog post that describes all the attributes that should and could be represent in HTML page <HEAD> tag.
  4. A blog post of useful tips how to stay healthy and work long productive hours as a programmer.
  5. Tim Ferris podcast episode where Cal Fussman interviews Larry kind about his life, preparing for interviews, failures and many other interesting things.

5 things (2017 #43)

  1. The blog post that describes several useful features of Chrome Developer Tools. Like changing CSS properties using keyboard with various increment steps. Or using advanced filter for console output display.
  2. I stumbled upon a very lightweight CSS framework Bulma that could be a decent alternative to Bootstrap.
  3. Blog post that describes several libraries that Paypal has open sourced. It mostly is about the dealing with problems with cross domain requests.
  4. James Altucher podcast episode with Rick Cohen about why the Rolling Stones is such a successful band. How to remain the same but different.
  5. A blog post that tell how the Slack.com website was redesigned.