WebSummary - fast JS, html5 myths and how to be a presenter. 6 November 2012

From some time I think about posting here summary of my tweets. As most nowadays most of the time I use twitter and google reader for RSS, posting and sharing. Sometimes I use Yammer to share stuff in company. Downfall of that is that I stopped writing on my blog.

I want to change it, but simply copying data from my twitter isn't going to be interesting, so I came up with the idea to filter it to most interesting links (in my opinion).

  1. Good and comprehensive article about writing fast JS, GC in JS VMs, just look at it, should be worth your time: http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2012/11/05/writing-fast-memory-efficient-javascript/
  2. Myths on HTML5 by Mozilla: https://hacks.mozilla.org/2012/11/html5-mythbusting/
  3. From Geek to Presenter by Chris Heilmann: http://christianheilmann.com/2012/11/02/from-geeks-to-presenters-a-talktraining-in-spotify-sweden/
  4. Some ideas how to be better programmer: http://www.wildbunny.co.uk/blog/2012/11/01/10-steps-to-becoming-a-better-programmer/

If above is not enough for you:

  1. Emmet - new Zen Coding: http://docs.emmet.io/
  2. __proto__ can break apps: http://www.2ality.com/2012/11/proto-breaks-webapps.html

That's it :)

My idea is to post max 4 main links for every week and make it short. I want it to be short and easy to scan and pick one of them for reading.

Let me know how you like this idea, how about number of links, is 4 enough, are 2 additional one ok?

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