How to Build a Popular Open Source RSS Reader With JavaScript

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Weekly Digest
June 21, 2018

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Hot Stacks

Hot Stacks is back!

Our next edition of the best tech brunch in SF is on modernizing legacy applications. 🏚
This time our panel includes 3 excellent engineers from Heap, Optimizely, and ReadMe. Come eat some pancakes with us and learn how some of the best engineering teams approach this problem. 🥞
June 26th at 11:30AM in San Francisco 📆
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What's new

Modernizing our Front End

Modernizing StackShare's Front End

As we've expanded our product and expanded our team, we've made some serious upgrades to our front-end stack along the way. ⚡️
Our lead front-end engineer, Rus Werner, shares some insight into how we turned legacy code into something everyone enjoys working on and some of the unique challenges of pairing React with Rails. ⚛️
How we did it

How Stream Built their Open Source RSS Reader

You may have seen Stream's new RSS Reader, Winds 2.0, on the front page of Hacker News recently. 👨‍💻
We got the inside scoop on how they built this awesome new product with React and Node - and why a team of Go developers used JavaScript in the first place. 🤔
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