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The Joy of Small Projects by Dominick Schroer
(Riccardo: Do this on each ticket and you will be the most fluid developer on the Kanban board. The best part? Instead of starting from a fixed solution and committing to an estimation, start from a timebox and commit to getting as close to solving the (business) problem as possible.)
“Learn Git Branching” is the most visual and interactive way to learn Git on the web; you’ll be challenged with exciting levels, given step-by-step demonstrations of powerful features, and maybe even have a bit of fun along the way.
(Riccardo: Looks like they managed to make it both educational and fun. Good job!)
A systems-level look at the TypeScript compiler. How it converts a file into something into data, checks the validity of that data and finally creates .js files on the disk.
(Riccardo: This is one of the best crafted technical talks I’ve ever watched.)