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Eric Njanga
French-speaking African gentleman, exclusively focused on beautiful software development and good pattern research
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Eric Njanga Aug 1
How much inspiration can you get from a leader who is too easily satisfied? (Robert Herjavec)
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Eric Njanga Jul 28
Congratulations to nigeria for it's new metro station
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Eric Njanga Jul 28
Replying to @EricCanete
Another masterpiece eric. Great job!
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Eric Njanga Jul 20
My latest article: Creating and testing a reusable component with Storybook in ReactJS
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Eric Njanga Jul 20
I just published “React Design Patterns: Creating and testing a reusable component with Storybook (part 1)”
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Eric Njanga Jul 11
My latest article: Sharing data globally the right way in React
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Eric Njanga Jul 11
I just published “Component Context: The React way of sharing data globally”
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Eric Njanga Jul 11
Our first performance can never be our best. We always get better at what we do over time! (Photo by Quino Al on Unsplash)
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Eric Njanga Jul 5
Don't insist on working when you're too tired, you might create more issues than you solve!
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Eric Njanga Jul 4
Sketch depicting the "behind the scene" of a search process (React App)
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Eric Njanga Jun 29
Rest in power patriarch
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Eric Njanga Jun 29
Anatomy of a "blog post" component having 3 different states of appearance! (Thinking first, coding later).
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Eric Njanga Jun 13
I will be available for contracts by July 1st 2018 :)
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Eric Njanga Jun 12
ReactJS best practice: For passing properties down to children, instead of using entire JS objects, spread (operator) their primitive values; this leads to easier validation, stronger components.  (React Design Patterns & Best Practices book)
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Eric Njanga May 28
Rwanda first female neurosurgeon is going back home after perfecting her skills in Toronto:
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Eric Njanga May 26
The future first female neurosurgeon of Rwanda (Inspiring lady)
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Eric Njanga May 24
Errors sometimes can teach us a great deal (if we're willing to listen) 
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Eric Njanga May 22
I believe in raising the concern way before it comes back and slaps me on the face!
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Eric Njanga May 19
What's wrong with using some inspiration while working? Thank you brother 🤗
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HistoireDuCameroun🇨🇲 May 6
Comment l’Afrique peut-elle renaître de ses propres cendres? s’est penché sur cette question des années durant et publié ce livre en 1998. Un point central de cette œuvre est consacré au rôle des savoirs endogènes dans la libération et la renaissance du Continent.
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