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TypeScript: Stop Using 'any', There's a Type For That

Published: 13 October 2020
Tags: typescript

If you're using TypeScript, you mgiht sometimes be tempted to take the easy way out and slap the any type on something you can't be bothered to type. Well in this article, Alejandro Dustet and Wil Hall discuss the intricacies of why if you use the any type in TypeScript, you're gunna have a bad time mmkay?

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How to convert between callbacks and Promises in Javascript

Published: 26 January 2021
Tags: javascript

Await/async are my go to in most JavaScript programming, since I personally think it makes code much more readable and easier to reason about. Unfortunately, not all JavaScript code has caught up (or shares the same opinion), and often times you might have to work with callbacks. In that case, Tamás Sallai has written an article where you can learn how to switch between the two, reimplementing any legacy (or poorly written code) into your perferred solution.

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New campaign targeting security researchers

Published: 25 January 2021
Tags: security

More security related than programming, but this in this article, Adam Weidemann brings to light how a "government-backed entity based in North Korea" is up to some shady shenanigans, in an attempt to build credibility with the CompSec community. Stay vigilant, stay safe.

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