🗞 Tech news
Twitter has publicly taken the decision that employees that can work remotely have the option to do so permanently. It’s a big news for the Remote Working movement.
If our employees are in a role and situation that enables them to work from home and they want to continue to do so forever, we will make that happen. ― Twitter
🏅 Open source release of the week
Native TypeScript support
Security thanks to the sandboxed runtime
My opinion is that Node has a history of forks that challenged its dominant position (IO.js, Ayo.js). IO.js ended up with a clear improvement for the Node community. Hopefully Deno will also push Node to improve!
So it’s not time to rewrite your apps to Deno, but it’s a cool project to keep your eyes on as it will impact the Node community!
🐦 Twitter Selection
Simple and beautiful UX tips from Steve Schoger:
IE11 support will start to drop around October 2020 (LinkedIn drops support on July 1st, DailyMotion dropped support in February, alongside many others).
An ode to small Pull Requests by Ryan Grove: