This is the 14th installment of my attempt at creating a monthly post which aggregates all the best content I’ve come across in the past month. ‘Best’ in this context could mean quite a few things – interesting, thought-provoking, funny or a cool new open source project. So here are the top things I read in June.
- AngularJS Modularization
- The state of AngularJS controllers
- If Angular directives are obtrusive, then so is an “id” attribute.
- Building Front-end Assets for Web Development
- What kind of jobs do the software engineers who earn $500K a year do?
- Beef Up Your Skills with Code Exercise
- My Lawn
- Job interviews go both ways (My story with Netscape in ’98)
- Apple announces Swift, a new programming language for iOS and OS X
- Goodbye Heroku
- It happened: Git 2.0 is here and it’s full of goodies
- Modular CSS naming conventions
- Why Using the Greedy .* in Regular Expressions Is Almost Never What You Actually Want
- Dealing with SPAM
- 10 Tricks to Appear Smart During Meetings
- APIs with Devise
- Why You Should Adopt Google’s Nested Approach To Office Layouts