In recent years it’s become trendy to discuss how we all apparently suffer from this imposter syndrome – an inability to internalize one’s accomplishments and a persistent fear of being exposed as a “fraud”.
I take two issues with this:
it minimizes the impact that this experience has on people that really do suffer from it.
we’re labelling what should be considered positive personality traits – humility, an acceptance that we can’t be right all the time, a desire to
I haven’t experienced imposter syndrome, and maybe you haven’t either is a post from CSS-Tricks
Over the past few years, more large organizations have begun to publicly share how they’ve successfully used Node.js at scale. In this article, I’ve collected some of my favorite resources and stories around large-scale Node.js applications – from the extremely cool (spacesuits at NASA) to the extremely global (Walmart), there are tons of inspiring Node.js success stories out there!
CSS Grid Layout is completely changing the game for web design. It allows us to create complex layouts on the web using simple CSS. In Part 2 of this 2-part introduction we show three different methods for creating the same layout.
CSS Grid Layout is completely changing the game for web design. It allows us to create complex layouts on the web using simple CSS. Part 1 of this 2-part primer introduces the vocabulary of CSS Grid and the new Firefox DevTools playground, and shows you how to start coding.
When a web page is accessed, Google wants it to only load what’s useful for the initial view, and use idle time to load anything else. That way, the user can see the page as early as possible.