Teamwork, Streamlabs Clone, and Animating an Input Field

A summary of what's been creating ZEAL.

๐Ÿ“น YouTube

In this video, Amy creates an input animation with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, to hide and show a password. She even shows you how to create the icons we animated within Figma.

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๐Ÿ–ฅ๏ธ Twitch

Learning to creating a simple Streamlabs clone in Elixir

Learning to creating a simple Streamlabs clone in Elixir

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โœ๏ธ Blog

It's Not About You
Great teams are not void of individualized excellence. Effective teams require the remarkable efforts of highly capable people. However, great teams cannot exist without harmony. Everyone must play their part for the betterment of the whole.

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๐Ÿ”— Links and Interestings

Podcasts

Podcasts We've Been Listening to:

On our team, we have several podcast listeners. Here are a few podcasts we've shared recently:

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Going Deep on React

Going Deep on React

One of the things that we've been talking about internally is going deep on React. Once you reach a certain level of expertise, how do you continue to grow and learn new best practices and patterns?

Here are some of the resources, we've been reviewing:

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Real Time Communication at Scale with Elixir at Discord

Real time communication at scale with Elixir at Discord

On our Twitch stream, we've been talking a lot about Elixir. Therefore, we found this article really interesting.

Discord started out as a gamer's communication platform, but has quickly become a Slack competitor. They've scaled quickly and they attribute that to Elixir and the infrastructure they've built:

What we do in Discord would not be possible without Elixir. It wouldnโ€™t be possible in Node or Python. We would not be able to build this with five engineers if it was a C++ codebase. Learning Elixir fundamentally changed the way I think and reason about software. It gave me new insights and new ways of tackling problems.

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