Very interesting technical article by Dan Abramov, that takes a deep dive into the React programming model and how different parts work together under the hood. It's aimed at more experienced folks, who want a deeper understand of React. I personally found this to be an incredible read, it answers a lot of the questions I've asked in the past, but didn't know how to begin answering. I also feel like this blog post is a very good start if you want to get started with contributing to React, as it gives a very good overview of the different moving parts.
This is one of my favorite reads of the year so far: a spot on analysis of what Full Stack Development entails in this day and age, when serverless solutions are becoming increasingly popular. Nader Dabit goes beyond cloud functions, and explains how companies like Auth0 and Algolia have significantly reduced the amount of work that needs to be done on the backend, with the difficulty scale now tipping towards the frontend. If there's an article you need to share with your team, this is the one. Super insightful and interesting, and very well written as always 👏
Amazingly thorough blog post with pretty much 80% of everything you'll need to know when getting started with React. I sure would've loved a resource like this when I first started! Make sure to share it with your friends and colleagues who are still learning or planning on starting soon!