BP’s Daily Digest #21 — helpful code snippets and the power of philosophy | by BP Editors | May, 2022

Right here’s what we’re studying at the moment

Welcome to the twenty first version of Espresso Bytes, a each day digest by Higher Programming.

On this challenge, we’ve some byte-sized guides for Pythonistas, JavaScript lovers, and Gophers — alongside a thought-provoking philosophy piece.

With out additional ado, let’s get began.

By Matilde Aliffi

Philosophy and Programming are two distinct disciplines. But, after spending 9 years of her life doing philosophy, Matilde noticed that the mindset she developed when doing philosophy helped her as a software program engineer. Learn her story to know “how”.

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By Massimo Cassandro

What do you do when your VS Code plugins don’t work as anticipated? You create one. Massimo exhibits find out how to create a script that may extract a CSS properties listing from user-defined recordsdata — and finally generates a VS Code snippet for you.

By Avi Tsadok

True, SwiftUI codebases look unbelievable. However, did you ever marvel find out how to replicate that have in UIKit? Fear not, as Avi explores a option to do it utilizing Swift 5.4’s Consequence Builders.

By Henry Steinhauer

Checking if an array comprises a selected worth is a reasonably frequent job for software program builders. And there are many built-in capabilities to assist us. Sadly, the Go programming language doesn’t have a pre-defined operate for this. Worry not as Henry presents an method for writing generic helper capabilities with the most recent Go 1.18 replace.

That’s it for this one. Thanks for studying.

Till your subsequent espresso,

Anupam and the Higher Programming workforce.

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