Welcome to issue 31 of Hacker Bits!
We have a great selection of articles this month covering reseach-backed strategies for learning, React, understanding code better, brutalist web design and so much more!
As always, we’d love any suggestions or feedback, so hit reply and let us know. 🙂
– Ray and Maureen
- Leveraging Introversion as a Career Strength by Larry Cornett
- 10 Techniques That Will Make You Understand Other People’s Code Better by Patricia Aas
- A system to help you remember more of what you read by Robert Heaton
- A Tutorial Introduction to Kubernetes by Ulaş Türkmen
- Research-backed strategies for better learning by Kevin Heis
- How to become a dramatically better programmer by Henry Stanley
- The Problem You Solve Is More Important Than the Code You Write by Fagner Brack
- Guidelines for Brutalist Web Design by David Bryant Copeland
- Simple, correct, fast: in that order by Drew DeVault
- The Wrong Abstraction by Sandi Metz
- Advantages of monolithic version control by Dan Luu
- Why Computer Programmers Should Stop Calling Themselves Engineers by Ian Bogost
- Roadmap to becoming a React developer in 2018 by Adam Golab
- We shouldn’t let people get used to the idea that software fails by Rakhim Davletkaliyev
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