Week 44 of 2017

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It has been a wet week here in Trondheim. On Monday we had the first snowfall of the season:

But luckily Saturday gave me only wet feet on the 19km hike from the Skistua Busstop up to Storheiha:

Jobs / Hiring 💪🏻

From my team:

From my network:

Here is some career advice from yours truly:

Tech 🚀

Show this the next time something takes longer than expected:

On the importance of testing and code analysis:

JavaScript 🛠

A quick reminder, that TypeScript ist a duck-typing system:

One of TypeScript’s core principles is that type-checking focuses on the shape that values have. This is sometimes called “duck typing” or “structural subtyping”. In TypeScript, interfaces fill the role of naming these types, and are a powerful way of defining contracts within your code as well as contracts with code outside of your project.

which leads to this:

Another TypeScript annoyance it hit this week, was how inheritance works:

I love Greenkeeper and how it puts some sanity in working with JavaScript dependencies:

With the LTE release of Node.js 8 I wonder when we will see an AWS Lambda environment with it:

Diversity 🌈

Great data on why women have a hard time dvancing to more senior roles:

Culture ✌️

It's not hard to find an alternative to Hey guys,:

Conferences + Usergroups 💡

If you are looking for more divers speakers, check out this list:

There is a new unconference in Düsseldorf:

(JS|CSS)conf Australia has their CfP open:

Listening to 🎧

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