There are some pretty good pointers in this list of resources. Highlights for me are “Callback convention – with Promise Support” and “The Twelve-Factor Application”.
“Components is a library of shareable, reusable patterns for WordPress themes. Instead of starting from scratch, mix and match from a collection of pre-made components to build your own custom starter theme.” Online tool from Automattic which can generate a variety of starter themes based on Underscores and Components, ready for you to customize.
Scottish mathematicians are cool. Also, this led me to look up Lattice Multiplication, which is being taught in Common Core. But I think the Genaille-Lucas rulers were probably the coolest bit. Pre-calculate smaller pieces of a multiplication/division problem, use a little modulus magic, and large problems become a breeze.
A series of arty generative art “doodles”.
Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code is not only free, but it’s now Open Source. And available for Windows, OSX, and Linux.
A rare, serious, biographical comic from The Oatmeal. Go read it — it’s really good food for thought.
Online, searchable cheat-sheet for the ReactJS API.
Big ol’ overview of Promises in ES2015 (AKA, ES6).
Porting Bootstrap to ReactJS components.