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Looking to the enthusiasm for React's new feature Hooks, that rids our JS codebase of classes, it will seemingly also appeal many new users in 2019. React + D3v4 author Swizec Teller elaborates on the value of the feature, joining our live interview channel within the React Brasil Slack community.
Being able to run code parallel is one of today's capabilities to meet this need. But beware of the danger of leaks! We talk about it with Jacob Walker from Ardan Labs, who dedicated a blog to it for Golang engineers.
You have unrelated components in an Ionic application that need to use the same data from an API? Solve it by a shared service using the BehaviorSubject.
A dependency injection container helps you to avoid manual wiring the dependencies. Yet still, there's a debate whether containers are a natural fit to Go, as it provides an idiom that lets you completely reach the same goals in your own codebase. And now there's Wire, a new DIC from the Go team. Go engineer Márk Sági-Kazár discusses the topic.
They are plodding around in no man’s land. That is what startup founders in the Dutch urban districts might think about Laurens van Geffen’s and Tim van den Heuvel’s efforts to build Superbuddy in the distant town of Zwolle. But they seem to rightly believe that culture drives the performance and satisfaction of their software engineers.