Impostor Syndrome | MicroServices | new Kitten() 🐱

This is the newsletter that gives you a summary of everything relevant that happened the past week that can help you on your coding journey. Be sure to tell me what you think.

Early morning and a lot to talk about.

Last week was all about Imposter Syndrome. Having recently switched jobs and started working with a whole new team, this feeling was intensified. It is something that usually comes and goes but there are ways to future-proof yourself against it, and I made content around exactly just that.

The key point to remember here is that it is a very common phenomenon and you are not alone.

If you’d like to talk about that with someone, I am available for it. My DMs are always open on Twitter so feel free to hit me up.

Now let’s start this week off with the right foot 🦶

Also, I got a kitten! 🐱

✍️ Weekly Snippet

hasDuplicates function in JavaScript

Checks a list for duplicate values. Returns true if duplicate values exist and false if values are all unique.

This function compares the length of the list with the size of the new Set() of the list. new Set() removes duplicate values from the list.

📄 Must-Reads

10 Best Websites for Practising and Perfecting Front-End Development | by Muthu Annamalai Venkatachalam | Oct, 2021 | JavaScript in Plain Englishjavascript.plainenglish.io
Learning how to code is best accomplished by solving real-world problems and taking part in real-world projects. Despite the importance of theoretical knowledge, you do not have much chance of…

Remaking WordPress in JS stack. Hello to a new CMS for Next.js websites. | by Andrew | Oct, 2021 | ITNEXTitnext.io
Jamstack is out for a while. For most of us (developers) statically pre-rendered React websites are no wonder: page routing in the browser, “blazing-fast” (as they usually call it) experience, etc…

How to build microservices with Node.jsfauna.com
Learn how to get started building microservices with Node.js.

👀 Product of the Week

vscode.dev — Bringing VS Code to the browser | Product Huntwww.producthunt.com
Now when you go to https://vscode.dev, you’ll be presented with a lightweight version of VS Code running fully in the browser. Open a folder on your local machine and start coding. No install required.

🚧 Projects Updates

Previously on Twitter, I have mentioned that I’m working on a platform to aid in pet adoption through connecting shelters directly with people over the web.

I’m thrilled to announce that the project is moving forward at a comfortable pace and will definitely happen!

You can already subscribe for updates at https://adota.net.

Note: It Will be initially launched for Portugal only.

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