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Kedasha 🤸🏽‍♀️ May 16
Front-End Development is mad hard. Idk if I want to do that anymore 😭😭😭
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codetobe 19h
When you a React developer and want to try out Angular 🚶🏻‍♂️
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Leendu 2h
Day 29/100 I'm still working on the page, I feel very slow in developing but at the same time I feel more effective, this challenge is really making me evolve a lot.
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Joshua Michael 💻 21m
Am writing an article about how to use APP_INITIALIZER to load environment variables in Angular.
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Luckyware 8h
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Anjan Dutta 19h
Next article is on JS interview topics.
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JamesVueJS May 10
WIN a ticket for Roadtrip 17th May! >Follow me >Like and Retweet this tweet >Tag a friend or colleague
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Olena May 18
Day 47/100 Continued React and Redux challenges.
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Dawid Pośliński May 17
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Sarah 12h
I say because not everyone has that in them and I am so glad I do
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Ricky Garcia May 14
Want to become a frontend developer? Check out my review of Frontend masters!
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Coders In Hoods 🧙‍♂️ | Devs community👨🏻‍💻 May 17
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Programming 10h
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{}; 6h
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Anton 17h
Javascript Developer, UI Engineer, Frontend Developer, UX Engineer - dev seems to be having a bit of an identity crisis 🤔
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mz9282 9h
Why is so huge??! And I’m not going to use or under any circumstances. There must be another way. Any ideas?
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Java RD 6h
Working really hard on this proyect. For this website I'm using , , and for the . , and for the . For both front-end and bac-kend I'm using and for testing.
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Giacomo Alonzi 19h
VDOM is pure overhead | # javascript
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React Live 13-09-2019 May 13
🤘Contest time! 🤘 Win yourself a day ticket to 😻 >Like this tweet👍 >Retweet this tweet💻 >Follow our account Extra points for leaving a comment!
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Joseph Hughes 11h
This is one particular developer's viewpoint. Personally, I think self-learning is an important skill in itself and to be successful in you need to stay up to date and train continuously. That means no boot caps.
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