Chrome v63 has shipped and as is customary for Google, they’ve produced separate videos outlining the browser changes and the devtool changes:
If you’re keen for some coding challenges, the Advent of Code has published their third annual advent calendar of challenges. It’s not language specific so you can code with whatever you happen to like.
They present the problem in a simplified form, give you a large data file, and then you figure out an algorithm to get an answer. If you can enter in the right answer, you get part of that year’s calendar filled in and a second problem related to the first one. Complete it too and you’ll get an even fancier filled in area of their glorious ASCII creation.
MeetupFeed.com is gathering together many of those videos and highlighting them via their blog, so if you’re looking for another source of JS development videos, this one looks interesting.
And the last of my “video dump” series of posts, about Microsoft’s recent browser conference.
As I expected, no sooner is the Chrome Dev Summit done than the videos are up. There are some interesting looking choices available in there. I hope to watch the lit-HTML one to see if there are new developments there since it looks like that might pop up in a later version of Polymer.
Coming soon, expect a raft of new videos associated with the Chrome Dev Summit which starts Monday Oct 23rd, 2017.