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Web-Crunch Digest - Issue #182

Web-Crunch Digest - Issue #182
By Andy L • Issue #182 • View online
Greetings! Welcome to another week of the Web-Crunch digest. This week is sponsored by, a freelance-only job board with new jobs posted daily. Subscribe to get new freelance jobs delivered to your inbox each week.
Some bullet points about what’s going on with me:
  • I’m excited for the road ahead. To finalize this year I’m at work on some new projects that are more course driven. More details about soon!
  • I plan to start getting a little more diverse on my blog and YouTube channel. Rails and Ruby will forever be a focus but I’d like to open the door to more beginners as well. If you see more beginner content coming out in the next few months I hope it won’t be by surprise!

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The Flavors of Object-Oriented Programming (in JavaScript)
The State of CSS Survey
Weekly Inspiration and Resources
Robby Russell · The ReadME Project · GitHub
Pikaday: A refreshing JavaScript Datepicker — lightweight, no dependencies, modular CSS
retest: A simple command line tool to watch file changes and run their matching ruby spec. Works on any ruby projects with no setup.
Notable Tutorials
Understanding Reduce in JavaScript
Getting Started With Next.js — Smashing Magazine
Let's build for Ruby and Rails developers - Part 12 | Web-Crunch
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