Articles and a book for you

A lot of reading for you this weekend, enjoy these reads from this week.

Article: undefined vs. null revisited

Many programming languages have one “non-value” called null. It indicates that a variable does not currently point to an object – for example, when it hasn’t been initialized yet.

In contrast, JavaScript has two such non-values: undefined and null. In this blog post, we examine how they differ and how to best use or avoid them.

Article: 10 bad TypeScript habits to break this year

A fairly opinionated article, but if you're like me and starting out with TypeScript, this is a great read

Online Book: Software Tools in JavaScript

This is a great book that takes a dive into tools that JavaScript developers use daily. It's definitely worth your attention

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