After the great architecture talk by Uncle Bob, I had to look at the FitNesse source code, started off by Uncle Bob and friends. To be honest, I was looking for the most perfect code that is out there ... mmmh, seems reality kicked in too :) still have to learn that this is life.
- JB Rainsberger is coming to XP Days ... mmmh, I think I should go there, just don't have a ticket yet.
- A very entertaining but loooong Twit show (#528) about all things web including ad blocking and so on.
- At JSConf.eu greenkeeper was released, so I looked up how I would approach keeping my deps up to date without it (just thinking I don't need yet another tool) - the answer is on stackoverflow, as usual. How do I update each dependency in package.json to the latest version?
- I still have to write an #es6kata for regexps after I had seen (not read, it's way tooo long :)) the excellent article by Axel.
- Classes in ECMAScript 6 (final semantics) I am sure it contains lots of new things and in depth details.
- ECMAScript compatibility table - save this link!
- Sequelize is an easy-to-use multi sql dialect ORM for Node.js Documentation » Querying
- An Interview with Brian Kernighan
Constructing a URL
During my research about how to construct the URL properly and reading up about hashbang and like, I collected some links
- W3C - Usage Patterns For Client-Side URI parameters
- Hashbang boom
- Thoughts on the Hashbang
- Breaking the Web with hash-bangs
Of course, I am reading up a lot about react, and was also looking around for a simple static site blog tool, here are some links
- React Contexts and Dependency Injection
- react powered blog
- Presenting The Most Over-Engineered Blog Ever
- React v0.14 Beta 1
Things around my research on journeyman tour
Inspired by a session at socrates, all things I looked at around mutation testing
- Marketing for Geeks
- Hspec is a testing framework for Haskell.
- Lots of good stuff to read by Reginald Braithwaite
- Use Your Type System; Write Less Code
- The Book No One Read
- Around the ES6 Katas, that I maintain exercism.io came up.
- I am using way to little of good HTML5, so I opened this tab The HTML5 Outline Algorithm and I am not closing it!
- react-leaflet I think I already stated that this a layer too much
- on my hunt to find out how to geocode a location from a string I found this
- Erin Swenson-Healey on how you can use generators in ECMAScript 6 to continue to leverage the power of the single-threaded event loop while writing expressive, simple code in a direct, top-down style.
- Hanging Up On Callbacks: Generators in ECMAScript 6
Google, no need to store my history of things I browsed in the last weeks, here it is right on github. :)