Everyone here can have a big impact on a project, on someone else. I get very excited about this when I read stories like the one about an intern at Google who did an experiment that saves tons of traffic, or when I get an email from one of my readers who now published an awesome complete beginner’s guide to front-end development.
We need to recognize that our industry depends on people who share their open-source code and we should support them and their projects that we heavily rely on. Finally, we also need to understand that these people perhaps don’t want a job as an employee at some big company but remain independent instead. So if you make money with a project that uses open-source libraries or other resources, maybe Valentine’s Day might be an occasion to show your appreciation and make the author a nice present.The post Web Development Reading List #169: TLS At Scale, Brotli Benefits, And Easy Onion Deployments appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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Web Development Reading List #169: TLS At Scale, Brotli Benefits, And Easy Onion Deployments