[BAWD #53] Why Don’t People Like PHP?
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Featured Articles ✍️🏾
Why don’t people like PHP? by Andrew Evans.
Goodbye, Object Oriented Programming by Charles Scalfani.
Adding A Dyslexia-Friendly Mode To A Website by John C Barstow.
How does Commerce Layer compare with Shopify Plus? by Filippo Conforti.
What Makes a Good Programmer? by Henrik Warne.
How To Maintain A Large Next.js Application by Nirmalya Ghosh.
Creating a Flutter barcode scanner by Lewis Cianci.
How To Create A Custom React Hook To Fetch And Cache Data by Ademola Adegbuyi.
Refactoring Large Software System by Sibylle Peter and Sven Ehrke.
Product of the Week ✨
Dockside is an open-source tool for providing lightweight access-controlled IDEs, staging environments, and sandboxes on local machines, virtual machines, or the cloud.
Good Tidings 🔊
You’ve been benefiting from the use of open-source projects all year. Now is the time to say thanks to the maintainers of those projects by sending gifts of contributions over the holiday season. You can get started here or check out my profile of gifts :).
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Here’s a curated list of project-based programming tutorials you can use to learn how to build applications from scratch.
What’s the most complicated problem in computer science? Naming variables, new technologies, or something? Find out here.
Dev Term of the day 💾
Getting Things Done by David Allen and David Kelvin Allen.
Prayer - Asking & Receiving by John R. Rice.
Thanks for the Feedback by Douglas Stone and Sheila Heen.
Featured Tweets 😍
Sadly, I’ve been off Twitter, so I don’t have tweets to share. However, I’ll share some of my favorite videos from YouTube this week. Trust me; you might like them :)
⬇️: Giving Harvard Students Money If They Solve THIS Coding Question
⬇️: if Squid Game was made by Programmers
⬇️: The Compozers Encore Sessions - Afrobeats 2021
⬇️: We Told Programming Jokes In New York City!
Quote of the day 💙
“Better three hours too soon than a minute too late”–William Shakespeare
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