Here’s something useful for any young person in your life. (Or something useful for yourself, if you’ve ever said “Explain it to me like I’m 10.”)
Here’s what makes this book unique:
The most anticipated new Blazor feature — overwhelmingly — is ahead-of-time compilation. Everyone wants it, and plenty of developers are hoping it will help them clear the last remaining hurdle to releasing a real-world Blazor WebAssembly project.
The reality is a little more complicated.
As the final days of summer draw close, it’s time for our annual summer list of the most popular articles of the season. As always, there were some surprise sleeper hits, and a couple I knew would touch a nerve.
Here they are, in no particular order:
To commemorate this release, I decided to gather up a few of my favorite…
Would you choose a tech stack to pad your résumé? Do you know someone who overbuilds in the name of professional development?
I’ve been talking a lot about GitHub Copilot recently. The AI coding assistant is an uncanny mashup of brilliant and boneheaded — a seemingly helpful coding savant that actually needs a lot of babysitting.
Even for the tech world, the hype around GitHub Copilot is extreme. Its early invitation-only previews have stirred up a mix of excitement, paranoia, and panic. On the plus side, Copilot makes surprisingly astute how-did-you-read-my-mind predictions. Even its critics are often amazed when it suggests an eerily accurate block of…