I've been catching up on some coding visuals and comic strips lately... 🎨
Here's some good stuff you should see ✨ 👀
It's funny how most (?) people think they can multi task during meetings. However, the facial expression shows immediately when someone drifted off IMHO. This is how a person looks like when they (don't even try to) pretend to be in the meeting: 😐
A visual in a podcast
A great episode about serializers, full on topic. Inside, Joël Quenneville describes a diagram in front of your mind's eye.
Rubocop is known to be implemented with graphs... But not only that, it uses the "Visitor Pattern" 😮
And if you want to know how graph theory came to being... 👇
CSS selectors on 1 page
From Julia Evans' newsletter. Something I wished I had when I first learned CSS. I'd proably add some specificity indicators to it. And maybe the
styles= inline tag? Should also be kind of a selector, right?
Some piece of art I always wished I made, this took years of training, I think first implementation took part when I was 12:
That's it for this week! 🎬