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Last active July 23, 2024 06:27
System Design Cheatsheet

System Design Cheatsheet

Picking the right architecture = Picking the right battles + Managing trade-offs

Basic Steps

  1. Clarify and agree on the scope of the system
  • User cases (description of sequences of events that, taken together, lead to a system doing something useful)
    • Who is going to use it?
    • How are they going to use it?
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vasanthk / react-folder-structure.md
Last active June 25, 2024 03:23 — forked from ryanflorence/folder-structure.md
React Folder Structure

Folder Structure

Motivations

  • Clear feature ownership
  • Module usage predictibility (refactoring, maintainence, you know what's shared, what's not, prevents accidental regressions, avoids huge directories of not-actually-reusable modules, etc)
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vasanthk / notes.md
Created November 2, 2021 18:35 — forked from jsjoeio/notes.md
Julian's Writing Workshop - 11/2/2021 - Notes

Raw Notes

These are my unstructured notes from the workshop. Read with caution (they're biased to my own interpretation).

Notes

1,000,000 Julian.com visitors Part 1: What's your objective for your article? Part 2: pair it with an objective objective + motivation good nonfiction = 70% novelty + 25% story + 5% style

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vasanthk / AgileContractGuide.md
Created July 19, 2020 20:46 — forked from RobRuana/AgileContractGuide.md
Agile Contract Guide

Agile Contract Guide

This document is a guide to writing agile contracts. Unlike traditional contracts, an agile contract does not specify individual tasks to be completed by the Contractor. Rather, an agile contract specifies how the Client and Contractor interact, and how the Contractor is paid. The Deliverable Work performed for the contract is determined through an ongoing collaboration between the Client and the Contractor.

Agile contracts require a great deal of trust from both the Client and the Contractor. This trust is fostered through tight feedback cycles and well-defined responsibilities that both parties can expect from each other. More so than traditional contracts, an agile contract requires active participation from the Client.

Questions to ask potential employers

  • How long do you expect it would take me to deploy my first change? To become productive? To understand the codebase?
  • What's the longest tenure of a developer at this company?
  • How long has the top quarter of the developers been here?
  • What fraction of the developers have been here less than 6 months?
  • How long does it take to do a complete deployment?
  • How large are PRs? For a "big" PR, how many lines of code? How long is it open?
  • How often do you have major outages? What constitutes a major outage for you?
  • Do you have a defined process for the aftermath of an outage?
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vasanthk / idea.md
Created June 2, 2017 23:32 — forked from mxstbr/idea.md
Code splitting react-router routes with webpack 2

NOTE: Sokra confirmed I had a misunderstanding, Webpack is still a static build tool and the below won't work. It's still a nice concept though...

With webpack 1, code splitting react-router routes is quite tedious. It requires us to repeat the getComponent function over and over again. (See here for an explanation how it works with webpack 1)

Example:

<Router history={history}>
  <Route
    path="/"
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vasanthk / async-defer-module.md
Created March 1, 2020 09:48 — forked from jakub-g/async-defer-module.md
async scripts, defer scripts, module scripts: explainer, comparison, and gotchas

<script> async, defer, async defer, module, nomodule, src, inline - the cheat sheet

With the addition of ES modules, there's now no fewer than 24 ways to load your JS code: (inline|not inline) x (defer|no defer) x (async|no async) x (type=text/javascript | type=module | nomodule) -- and each of them is subtly different.

This document is a comparison of various ways the <script> tags in HTML are processed depending on the attributes set.

If you ever wondered when to use inline <script async type="module"> and when <script nomodule defer src="...">, you're in the good place!

Note that this article is about <script>s inserted in the HTML; the behavior of <script>s inserted at runtime is slightly different - see Deep dive into the murky waters of script loading by Jake Archibald (2013)

Effective Engineer - Notes

What's an Effective Engineer?

  • They are the people who get things done. Effective Engineers produce results.

Adopt the Right Mindsets

Everything I Know About UI Routing

Ingredients

  1. Location
    1. pathname
    2. state
    3. search/query
    4. hash
  2. Path

Do not underestimate credentials leaks.

Gist copied from here for my own reference

While one might think that leaking credentials is pretty much a noob mistake, and if you are feeling yourself being safe because you are an experienced developer, that’s a wrong impression leading to underestimation of the problem.

I performed a rather simple credentials search using only two methods: wget/untar/grep on npm packages and GitHub Search. The queries were pretty simple, it did not take much time, and that’s a quite obvious thing to do. Do you remember yourself laughing at «begin rsa private key» search results over GitHub and people who publish that?