Here are 3 links I think are worth your time this week,
“Github Pull Request Review: reset viewed files” GitHub Pull Request Review workflow is great. (1 min read) : https://codewithhugo.com/github-review-reset-viewed/
Node.js v14: What’s New? That’s right! Node.js version 14 is here! 🎉 Whether you have upgraded your Node version already or are thinking about doing it soon, let’s discuss some of the things that this new version gives us! We’ll even chat about older versions and what to expect there in the coming months. (9 min read): https://auth0.com/blog/nodejs-v-14-whats-new/
Tweet of the week is a React iteration (keys) tip from @housecor:
Most React devs know to declare a key when iterating over an array.
But there are 2 lessor known reasons to use keys:
1. To force a re-render on a master/detail layout
2. To “reset” a component by creating a new instance
Changing the key creates a new instance.#reactjs
— Cory House (@housecor) May 25, 2020
I’ve recently finished Too Much Stuff - Capitalism in crisis by Kozo Yamamura.
It’s a look at the changing economic landscape in the world. Through varied examples, we get to see the history and impact of a world of “too much stuff” where inequalities are growing.
3/5 ⭐️, not a particularly easy read but I enjoyed that it was using variety rather than one deep/technical example of the author’s thesis. You can find it on Amazon.