Uh oh🤔

"COVID-tracing Framework Privacy Busted By Bluetooth: A large network of Bluetooth listeners could then trace people’s movements and possibly attach identities to chains of rolling IDs, breaking one of the framework’s privacy guarantees."

hackaday.com/2020/09/03/covid-

Pár komentářů k eRouška 2.0:

Pokud máte iPhone a poslední iOS verzi (13.x nebo 14), tak eRoušku nepotřebujete. Sledování kontaktů lze zapnout v nastavení telefonu.

/1

"We now generally consider Moment to be a legacy project in maintenance mode. It is not dead, but it is indeed done."

momentjs.com/docs/#/-project-s

I am looking forward to the bright future where Temporal API is an official part of JavaScript.

tc39.es/proposal-temporal/docs

/via @fczbkk

TIL: @GitHub's syntax highlighter supports http as another programming language 😎

```http
POST /api/products
Accepts: application/json

{
"name": "Pen",
"price": 4.99
}
```

"The transition into Staff Engineer, and its further evolutions like Principal Engineer, remains particularly challenging and undocumented. What are the skills you need to develop to reach Staff Engineer? How do most folks reach this role?"

staffeng.com

In the last few days, I am not able to load @twitter in Safari on my MacOS desktop. It looks like there is some timeout when the SPA tries to call Twitter API. Is anybody else experiencing the same issue? Mobile Safari on iPhone works well.

Hezky pěkně! Na mém iPhone s aktuální verzí iOS (13.7) můžu používat COVID-19 trasování i bez čekání na novou verzi eRoušky @RouskaE 👏🎉

If your project is using commitlint and signed-off-by rule, then I have good news for you! My patch fixing the rule to ignore git commit comments (lines starting with #) was landed - see github.com/conventional-change. Note: so far, it has been released to npm under "next" tag only.

The new eslint rule "@typescript-eslint/no-implicit-any-catch" is golden! I wish it was around when we started LB4, our error handling would be much more robust.

github.com/typescript-eslint/t

TIL about Calendar Versioning: a versioning convention based on your project's release calendar, instead of arbitrary numbers.

Starting a new open source library is easy. Attracting community of users is not that difficult too. Ensuring the project will be maintained for as long as it's used, that's much more challenging!

If you are unhappy with an existing library, try to make it better, don't fork.

We are looking for a msgpack implementation for Node.js. So far, we found three packages that look legit and/or popular, but they all seem abandoned :(
- npmjs.com/package/msgpack-lite
- npmjs.com/package/msgpack5
- npmjs.com/package/msgpack
Any recommendation on what to use?

A proof-of-concept showing how to intercept LoopBack connector's execute method to implement a retry mechanism: gist.github.com/bajtos/2379d7c

5 annoying things in VS Code you can fix right now:
1) Move “Find All” To The Bottom 🤔
2) Better New Window Sizing 👏
3) Snippet Suggestions At The Top 🤔
4) GitHub-Style Inline Diffs 👍
5) Disable “Peek” Previews 👌

calebporzio.com/6-annoying-thi

Remember that code review:

- is better when you come prepared
- is better without tools
- is more mentoring than control
- is not only about bad parts
- is an act of humility
- must be the first priority
- doesn’t tolerate exceptions & abstract judgment

sizovs.net/2020/07/19/the-code

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