A very brief thought about how a developer is busy coding a feature for the application he is building, avoiding every human contact possible for the time being, and suddenly gets all free and available when the feature is done. Why? Because damn! you needed space and now there’s a lot of it? you are looking for some fun, but…

Fun part: it leads to going back to your dear machines again and getting back to engineering things again! well…

use case: have a reference to an object without forcing it to stay in memory. don’t need it now? let the garbage collector wipe it now.
might need it later? you can always recreate the object from the reference to use it now.

Let’s assume we have a giant object…

Suggestions welcome,

For the #javascript 2021 chapter of web-almanac, I’d like to know from the #javascript developers here if you’d be interested to see any special metrics in the report?

Metrics like: I, as an Angular dev, would be very interested to know how many applications use SSR or as a JavaScript dev, what differential loading method is used in majority JS apps.

No clue what I am talking about? Refer to this and share your thoughts:

Do let me know in the comments.

photo credits to annie-spratt

Hey everyone,
I’ll be speaking at the ReliableWebSummit by #ngconf this August.

The conference revolves around Scalable infrastructure and architecture, Maintainable Code, Automated Testing etc.

Would like to be a part?
Use my speaker code “Speaker” to get 50% off of the current ticket prices or simply click this link.

Date: August 26–27, 2021

See you there :)

friday night — make an overflowing todo list

saturday morning — waste half a day confused which one to start with, first

saturday evening — anxious having done nothing all day

saturday night — start with one of the items from todo lists, work, realise picking some other item first…

This is one of the memory safety bugs in Rust, which we will try to understand through a dialogue in this blog post.

let s1 = String::from("Hello");
let s2 = s1;
let s1 = String::from("Hello");
let s2 = s1;
println!("{}", s1);

Error — use of moved value s1

Do share your understanding.


Pretty sure you know why the blog post has visuals in the first 2–3 paragraphs, and then none! 🤷🏻‍♀️

It wouldn’t have been these many words in this blog post if it was not for the year 2020. Strangest year in my 24 years of living and I believe, the…

Nishu Goel

Engineer @ The DataWorks, Google GDE, Microsoft MVP, @angular ❤️, Author — https://amzn.to/2Zd9ADd

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