Bad code, deadly floods, and is React dead?
Are you writing bad code?
As programmers, we tend to learn from our mistakes - or at least you'd hope we would. Sometimes we learn and grow, but sometimes we just don't know. Whatever side you fall on, here's a bunch of signs that might indicate the amount of growth you've made. At the very least, you'll probably get a chuckle or two!
If you are a programmer, I am sure you use something like Github to store your code. Just look at the old code you wrote a year ago or more. I am sure you will be surprised by how much you have…
Climate change continues to kill
Whatever part of the world you're in, climate change is having an impact. Some of us are fortunate enough to only experience chaotic weather patterns. But for others, people are dying.
The southern state of Kerala in India experienced severe flooding, which killed at least 20 people. Meanwhile, flash floods wrecked havoc in the north-east state of West Bengal.
Some of us are fortunate, others less so. At the very least, we should continue to educate ourselves and stay aware of how climate change in affecting the world.
Leaders in the southern Indian state of Kerala opened near-overflowing dams on Monday after at least 22 people died when heavy rains lashed the region over the weekend.
Dum Dum in the northern fringes of Kolkata received around 53.6mm rain during the last 24 hours and Salt Lake in the eastern fringes received 42.2mm rain | Kolkata News
Will Web Components replace React + Vue?
As the author humorously points out, the answer is likely no. But will we reach a point in time where Web Components are a viable and popular solution to the frontend framework need?
This article by Marius Bongarts tackles the topic.
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