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My favorite articles: technical interviews are broken, and not how but why should I use Webpack?
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It's already the 4th edition of bundled and the feedback has been very positive! Thank you all for your support 🚀

My favorite articles: technical interviews are broken, and not how but why should I use Webpack?

💻 Code
Why would someone use Webpack? [Nonsense] An explanation on why rather than how.
How to quickly get started with WebAssembly. [Free Code Camp]
Eve, a language and IDE designed for humans. Code as simple as writing a blog post. [Eve Lang]
Zero Configuration Vue.js builds with Webpack, Parcel or Vue CLI. [Rangle.io blog]
📈 Optimization
The road to a lightweight mobile experience at LinkedIn: less redirections, less JS, server side rendering... [LinkedIn Engineering]
🖌 UX/UI
Figma launched Figma Platform allowing people to integrate their workflows with the tool. [Figma Design]
🔩 Libraries
Heroku open sourced oclif, a CLI framework that they already use for their CLIs. [Heroku]
Jasonette, an open source library to package web apps in native views (iOS / Android) with a single JSON file. [Jasonette]
A guy (Wenting Zhang) created a set of 512 CSS icons. They look great and you can do morph animation between each of them! [CSS Icons]
🔧 Tools
Dejavu is the UI which was missing for ElasticSearch. [Dejavu]
☁ Cloud
Google Cloud has a new service, Armor, to protect your website agains DoS and other attacks. [Google Cloud]
🏢 Organization
Is the interview process of most companies completely broken? [metalogue] Let's find out. [Hacker News]
⚖ Legal
EFF and 23 Groups Tell Congress to Oppose the CLOUD Act. Because it seriously jeopardize global privacy protection. [Electronic Frontier Foundation]
Licensing is complex, as a consequence a lot of work released under some licenses cannot be used at Google. [Google Open Source]
💡 Misc
Let's relax a bit with some weird hacks saw in production. [Hacker News]
Apparently, cats are now starting to open issues. We are doomed. [GitHub]
An impressive gallery of programmer interfaces through the ages (at least starting in the 60s).
Microsoft joins effort to help advance open source licensing notably by being more tolerant about licenses misuses. [Microsoft Open Source blog]
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