“When dealing with people remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion.”
“Async functions are enabled by default in Chrome 55 and they're quite frankly marvelous. They allow you to write promise-based code as if it were synchronous, but without blocking the main thread. They make your asynchronous code less “clever” and more readable...
Once async functions land across all browsers, use them on every promise-returning function! Not only do they make your code tidier, but it makes sure that function will always return a promise...
I got really excited about async functions back in 2014, and it's great to see them land, for real, in browsers. Whoop!”
There was a big turnout at the April 2018 SeattleJS meetup and I'm looking forward to attending meetups in the future. I really enjoyed the presentation about the history of ECMAScript and one given about Web Accessibility, and who doesn't like free pizza and beer!
I'm really excited to attend the SeattleJS monthly meet-up and conference, an event that happens every second Thursday of the month. It will be my first appearance at a tech conference and I hope to make a good first impression on the other attendees.
“Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't after you.”
I can honestly say that my experience learning web development technical skills with Treehouse has been nothing short of enlightening. Treehouse does a remarkable job in presenting its material in a clear and concise fashion. In a relatively short amount of time I went from knowing nothing about the subject to being fairly competent in my ability to take an idea from its inception and systematically improve upon it until it becomes a project that looks and functions as I intended.