An article named “Why should we use pnpm?” talks about new Node.js package manager. It just another layer on top of standard npm, that uses only one copy of any package dependency that is used and creates a hard link to that package when used in node_modules. That way it save a disk space and improve the speed when the package is used in more than one place.
This week I was reading more docs for my favorite code editor Visual Studio Code [ ]. And discovered 8 short videos about different topics related to start using Visual Studio Code.
As I was starting to drinking coffee sometimes at work I was wondering when it’s best time in the day to drink coffee and gets the most benefits. And it actually has been answered in several articles from which this one from Time magazine I liked the most.
Small and interesting video from Vox.com Youtube channel about cheap vs expensive wine.
Cool Node.js package Normit that allows to call google translate web page and translate the sentence from one language to other from command line.