Also known as Yashints, a front-end lead engineer, international speaker, blogger, and hiker.
Although it doesn’t look like it, Yas is an almond croissant addict cleverly disguised as a successful web developer 😁. Since it was relatively clear early on that it would be slightly more than difficult to make a living while sitting in a café eating a croissant and drinking a cappuccino, he’s focused his energy on the web, which happily has proven itself to be a wonderful decision 🙃.
Apart from that, he is a keen public speaker, and has spoken in many meetups and conferences like NDC and Voxxed Days around the world.
Meetups, conferences, national, international, you name it. He is all in.
Although he lost many of his previous posts when there was an accident with a webserver, he has restarted and is continuing. Topics vary, but mostly web development related.
He is being involved in web development for more than 10 years. In short, he is in love with making web a better place for everyone.
IoT, smart homes, and what you can do with them is been a facinating story for him since the beginning. So he spends whatever time he's left with working on small little mini projects in this space.
Redesigned website with Gastby
Tensorflow.js running on WebAssembly backend
This is the feed for my Front End News Alexa skill
List of top 500 ReactJS Interview Questions & Answers....Coding exercise questions are coming soon!!
Flying a drone using voice commands by training a model right in the browser.
There may be many different reasons why you’d want to swap two variables be it just changing two item’s location in an array or when sorting collections. The traditional way is just define a new variable, assign one value to it, put one of the items in the old place, then put the temp variable back in the new place. But my question is, is that the only way?