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  1. Introduction to SEO and Content Indexing

    Just a few days ago, Google started indexing this blog, and it’s just starting to show up in their search results. I wanted to go over the steps I took to make a

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  2. Ditch Windows, Become a Polyglot

    It took me a while to realize it, but Windows has been a disease to me, or perhaps more analogously a drug addiction. Ever since I was a kid I used Windows. Well, I …

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  3. Stop Breaking the Web

    The year is 2014, a ninja rockstar band goes up against the now long-forgotten progressive enhancement technique, forsaking the origins of the web and everything they …

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  4. Let’s talk about Web Performance

    For the past few months I’ve been speaking at conferences about web performance. Unfortunately, none of those awesome conferences have published their talk videos

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  5. Fixing Performance in the Web Stack

    There’s plenty of performance optimization techniques in web development. Particularly, if you look into each portion of the web stack in detail. In the …

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  6. ES6 WeakMaps, Sets, and WeakSets in Depth

    Welcome once again to ES6 – “I can’t take this anymore” – in Depth. New here? Start with A Brief History of ES6 Tooling. Then, make …

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  7. ES6 Strings (and Unicode, ❤) in Depth

    Yo. Here’s another edition of ES6 – “I can’t believe they killed off Stringer Bell” – in Depth series. If you’ve never …

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  8. JavaScript Proposal for weak references: WeakRef

    A proposal to implement weak references in JavaScript – which would expose weak references made possible by WeakMap and WeakSet is currently sitting at stage 0.

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  9. Just Married! 🎉

    I got married last friday, and then we threw a party on saturday.

    I wanted to extend the celebration a little bit longer by sharing a few pictures on my blog.

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  10. A Promise-Based Worldview

    Once the Node.js developer’s victim of choice, Promise now enjoys healthy adoption on both sides of the stack, with prominent open-source contributors like @sindresorhus visibly leveraging them.
    What’s changed?

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  11. JSON Web Tokens vs. Session Cookies: In Practice

    Quite a few challenges have been found with using server-side sessions in modern-day applications. In this post, we’ll identify those challenges and explain how JWT and sessions work in practice.

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  12. How I Got Into Programming

    Roughly half of this story first appeared on the preface to my first book, JavaScript Application Design, but I’ve always felt that the story also belonged on …

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