A RobotLegs Book@Stray and @Joel Hooks finished their book for RobotLegs. Definitely it is something that you should read. More information here.
The Single Responsibility Principle (SRP)In my opinion that principle is really important and stays in the fundamentals of software design.In the context of the Single Responsibility Principle (SRP) we define a responsibility to be "a reason for change." If you can think of more than one motive for changing a class, then that class has more than one responsibility. This is sometimes hard to see.Read more about this principle here.
Making Medium.comTake a 20 minutes' break and read this. That's how Medium is created. It's really inspiring.
A story about currying
I hope you know about currying. If not then please read this book. It’s basically a process of calling a function with less parameters than it expects. Ok, not exactly calling the function but prepare another function that will run the original one. Some people call the returned function higher-order factory function. Really powerful concept.
Surviving the Web
I'm a proud father of two and programmer for more then 15 years. My kids are small so I'm really into parenting right now. A bit of a problem for me is to stay up-to-date with the latest technologies in the Web. I really love my job but I just don't have enough time to look after all these frameworks, libraries or tools. I used to read Twitter, monitor RSS feeds and spend hours reading Reddit or Medium. However, no time for that anymore.