A Brief History of JavaScript

JavaScript is arguably one of the most important languages today. The rise of the web has taken JavaScript places it was never conceived to be. The guys at Auth0 take a look at how JavaScript has evolved in its short history, and where it is headed. A must read for those (like me) who were not around our industry in the 90s. »

Squash commits with git rebase

Until recently I watched at those people able to squash commits on git as magicians. It turns out, I've probably overestimated them a bit, and now that I've finally learned the trick, I want to celebrate, and share the process with this post. »

Webpack 101

webpack is a module bundler; it takes modules with dependencies and generates static assets representing those modules. It seems pretty straightforward, but it could become easily a mess. In webpack 101 we're going to discover the whys, and hows of the most useful webpack2 setup operations. »

Git Workflow PRO Tip

That's something really simple, and yet extremely effective, especially if you're the kind of developer, who is often switching context ... YES, I know switching context is not so much productive, but sometimes we have to; so let's better limit the issues! »