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I have a large software project in mind, something that will be built with modules that can be added or removed based on what the user needs. I want it to be open source but I want to at least have the structure laid out before getting help from everyone else. My engineering designs are always focused on systems or systems, building something that can then be re-used elsewhere, or something that can be improved without affecting the overall system operation. Where do I learn this for software?
List the tools you use to debug your web applications. Browser, web api, micro services etc
I have been trying to learn react js on my own during this pandemic. I have found best resources to learn React for free but most of them lack the hooks part. If you know any resources that also teach react hooks concepts, I would love to know about them. I am looking for free options at the moment.
I had a thought in the shower today about a blockchain based Stackoverflow. A few hours later I discovered Quello. I think that by using tags, this could work! Granted, programming is a little wide to be all under one topic, but I think by using tags, and possibly setting out some ground rules like 1. First tag should be the language 1. Following tags should be relevant libraries Code seems to work here ` { "key":"value" } ` Why this is a great idea The motivation of people answering questions is, in part, earning badges and coins which, for al lintents and purposes, have little real world consequence (except, perhaps, landing a job). Crypto can offer the same incentives (Not sure if Quello will get into badges) and more with tokens!! Seems like a pefect fit, but Quello would need to grow and adapt for this to really take off. What do you think? Could it work?
JavaScript has been a standard for years as a "Browser Script", but could it be possible that the browser industry might support any future version of python as a front-end scripting language, maybe as a Python Lite version for browsers?
Have you ever been banned/disallowed to use a programming language, IDE/SDK/interpreter, how did you manage to do your work without it?
I have basic html, css, js & jquery knowledge.

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