In this post, we’ll be covering using React with TypeScript. If you need a quick refresher on TypeScript, I recommend you read my previous article here.

One of the highlights of using TypeScript is that it allows us to specify the props our components expect, making it easier for developers…


TypeScript’s docs define typescript as a strongly typed programming language based on JavaScript. TypeScript was built and is maintained by Microsoft and their tagline for the language is “JavaScript that scales”. …


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This year I’ve had the opportunity to attend two major Ruby events: Ruby for Good, and Ruby Conf, and as someone who recently transitioned to tech, I must say that I am extremely grateful to have started my tech career with the Ruby community. Ruby events are inclusive, friendly, and…


Regular expressions(regex) can be scary. I remember the first time seeing a regular expression and wondering what on earth was going on. Luckily for us, there’s plenty of resources to help us understand regular expressions. …


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Nowadays there’s an endless number of cloud hosting solutions and they make it super easy to host your own website online. Some hosting providers even throw a free domain to incentivize you to buy multi year hosting. …


Do you ever find yourself typing furiously just to change directories? Typing the same command combination multiple times throughout the day? Good news! Aliases are here to save the day.

Kittens typing furiously just to change the terminal directory.

What is an Alias?

An alias in the terminal is a…


Have you ever noticed the _proto_ property while debugging some JavaScript code?

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On my journey to learning JavaScript, I remember doing this and being quickly overwhelmed by the options displayed after expanding the _proto_ dropdown. That is why I’ve decided to explain the differences between _proto_ and prototype, and how they relate to prototype inheritance.

Cristian Cedacero

Full Stack Developer — Runner — NYC

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