Go is a nice, simple language that looks very familiar at first glance if you’ve used other programming languages before.
But it has a bit of a learning curve, since it does introduce a few novel concepts.
Recently, there has been a lot of hype around Next.js — a Web framework based on React. But is the hype warranted? What improvements does Next.js provide over the existing tools, like the feature-rich, developer-friendly
create-react-app? or the simple, tried-and-true, static site generation tool — Jekyll?
Is Next.js just going…
I’d like to show you a short and sweet piece of code, and I want you to take note of whether you have any thoughts or feelings on what the code looks like.
Ready? Here it is:
So, what were your reactions?
Overall, this is perfectly valid Java code…
In my last article, Developers want scripts and tools — not “how-to” guides, I wrote about the importance of providing runnable script files in your software-related technical writing, instead of just listing out a series of commands that the reader has to copy and paste in order to accomplish a…
You want to do X on the command line. You Google search for an article on “how to do X.”
The first result: “How to do X” from developers.x.com, last updated this year.
Perfect! The official docs, and they’re even up to date! Of course, you click on it.