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Does Facebook Know Too Much?
Have you ever wondered what the internet knows about you and what happens with the data? It turns out Facebook knows A LOT. This Article breaks down the information Facebook gathers from its users and what they do with it.
Game Changer for the Web & Developers
WebAssembly is a new programming language that can be used by browsers to get near-native performance. It’s available in the most recent version of Firefox and will likely be available in future versions of other browsers.
An easy app for Wireframing that simplifies the process.
Women in the Tech Industry
This article details some of the workplace challenges women face in Silicon Valley and the broader Tech Industry. For many, the initial draw is the flexibility and reasonable hours offered by many tech companies. However, women are finding that workplace conditions, a lack of access to key creative roles, and a sense of feeling stalled are barriers that are not likely to change any time soon.
CSS Layouts Without a Framework
The author describes the benefits of learning Css Layouts with new tools like Grid and Flexbox and without relying on a framework.
React Native SDK and Its Features
Sentry launched their new React Native SDK that offers detailed stack traces in React Native applications. With this new app, native crashes are properly handled on iOS.