Hacker Bits Mar 2016 Issue

Hacker Bits, Mar 2016

Wow! What a month! We just put the finishing touches on the March 2016 issue of Hacker Bits.

The issue line-up is a great mix of startups, programming bits, opinion pieces topped off with a DIY camera article!

A ton has happened since the February issue.

Read on for the latest issue and all the changes we’ve made…

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In this month’s issue, you’ll read about:


  • Apple’s declining software quality, Paul Jones


  • Angular 2 versus React: There Will Be Blood, Cory House
  • 9 things every React.js beginner should know, Cam Jackson
  • Heisenberg Developers, Mike Hadlow


  • T-shirts unravelled, Threadbase
  • 3 Years as a One Man Startup, Steve Ridout
  • Privilege and Inequality in Silicon Valley, Ricky Yean


  • Super Mail Forward : an email that evolves as you forward it, Rémi Parmentier
  • I Built Myself a 16×20-Inch Camera in 10 Hours, Giles Clement
  • A Badass Way to Connect Programs Together, Joe Armstrong


  • Imagining your future projects is holding you back, Jessica Abel

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