One aspect in which async/await really shine is error handling, but there's a caveat you'd be better be aware of.
This is just me trying to memorize something I've searched lots of time on Google.
This probably isn't a ground breaking news, but surely relevant if you work with Node.js.
Code reuse is important, but if you're not careful it can make more damage than good. In this post I explore one of a such cases, and provide a still DRY-compliant alternative. The strawberries? Just read the post.
One of the hidden gems of git is the possibility for the developer to define their own alias for common commands.