• My Visual Studio Code Setup
    PentaCode Exclusive | I’ve been asked by many people about the look of my code editor – Visual Studio Code.  If you never heard/tried it, I suggest you take a look at my Visual Studio Code article: 7 reasons why I switched...
  • How javascript modules work – from past to present
    Intermediate | JavaScript is an interesting language, for the past 5 years or so, I’ve witnessed its accelerated evolution in both the front-end and back-end.  The topic of module loading had been through numerous stages of evolution.  There were countless confusions among...
  • Dev Humor Volume I
    PentaCode Exclusive | This is a compilation of developer related humor posts sourced from the web, if you would like to contribute, please Email or contact us on social media with hash tag #devhumor Warning: Image heavy 1. Cyber police is watching...
  • Tldr: Yarn, Package Manager from Facebook
    Intermediate | Facebook released Yarn, a package manager to replace NPM.  Here’s a tldr of why it’s a big deal: Official URL: https://yarnpkg.com/ Facebook, with large code base and thousands of engineers struggled with NPM Problems with consistency, security, and performance are...
  • Tooling in real life: A developer’s guide to a productive morning routine
    PentaCode Exclusive | I want to preface this by stating that I’m not an expert on productivity, but what I do want to do is to share with you a morning routine that I’ve been following for years and has worked for me. We...
  • Redis and Chill #1: Install Redis with Digital Ocean and Docker
    Advanced | So you dressed up your terminal with your favorite bash profile, tuned up your monitor lighting to an ambient level and your favorite chillstep music is playing in the background, in other words, you’re ready for Redis and Chill. Welcome...
  • Handle mass polling with Back Off Algorithm
    Intermediate | Posted under Let’s Fix, where we discuss problems and solutions to real world web dev problems Recently I had the opportunity to solve a problem that may not be common to most people, but if you ever have to deal with...
  • How to quickly find buggy commits with Git Bisect
    Beginner | Have you ever encountered a bug and don’t know what caused it? Don’t want to sift though hundreds of commits to track it down? Pulling your hair out because it feels hopeless? Feeling like Kanye West on Sway? Git Bisect is...
  • Getting started with React with Create React App
    Beginner | If you’re a Javascript developer, you probably heard of ReactJS by Facebook, there’s also a large chance of you experiencing javascript fatigue.  To combat this disease, Facebook released the “Create React App” tool to create a simplified “boilerplate” to...
  • How to add Whatsapp and Pocket share buttons to your site
    Beginner | Social media sites are dominating the web.  I’m sure you’ve seen Facebook, Twitter or Linkedin share buttons littered across the web, but have you noticed some new social share buttons popping up lately? That’s right, Whatsapp and Pocket are...
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