In the sad part of our lives, we web developers spend our time frantically scurrying to learn the latest framework or build pipeline, which it turns out is about 17% really cool. But why must I conform my brain to the other 83% that isn’t relevant and will look hot on my resume for the next 6 months, then embarrassingly stale for the next 10 years?
In our happier moments, however, we ponder such profound questions as:
- How “fat” should a web application’s client side be?
- Is ES6 class syntax actually helpful?
- What kinds of computational work is done in-browser in real-world web applications?
- Where does web application performance typically bottleneck?
- Is two-way view<->model data binding a terrible/great/decent/ItDepends idea?
- What makes a web application excellent?
- Simple for loop? Array.forEach? Array.reduce?..map+reduce?? Does my browser really care??
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