51 Practical Tips to Improve Your JavaScript found on Medium

I’ll admit it — I usually do quick and dirty JavaScript, do you?

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I’ve written a lot of code over my career and most of it has been in “traditional” languages like C, C++, Java, and more. I have to admit that JavaScript, to me, gets shorted. It is easy enough to just go belt out a few lines of JS and if you know Java or just about anything else, you can usually…

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Engineer. Author. Team Leader. Lots of other things. I blog about hardware hacking for Hackaday (www.hackaday.com), but talk about other topics here.

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Al Williams

Al Williams

Engineer. Author. Team Leader. Lots of other things. I blog about hardware hacking for Hackaday (www.hackaday.com), but talk about other topics here.

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