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Why Do We Interface

Written by Sebastian De Deyne / Original link on Sep. 21, 2020

“Why Do We Interface?” is a micro-book about interfaces over the ages: from cave paintings to Google Glass to your latest note-taking app. It’s important to understand why we build interfaces in order to get better at building them.The purpose of any interface, regardless of the technology, is to…


Dont Get Stuck

Written by Sebastian De Deyne / Original link on Sep. 20, 2020

My colleague Brent tells the story of how he got “stuck” at his old job.I decided to leave because I got stuck, there wasn’t any room to grow anymore. The perspective of being a developer who’s 5 years behind of modern day practices made me miserable.Even though I’d been advocating within the compa…



Moment.js, thank you for your service

Written by Sebastian De Deyne / Original link on Sep. 15, 2020

If you’ve dealt with dates in the browser, chances are you’ve used Moment.js. Moment has been the date library for JavaScript in the past years. In a humble prelude of the documentation, the Moment maintainers talk about the (near) deprecated status of the project.Moment was built for the previous…


Book design & the return of the Stack

Written by Sebastian De Deyne / Original link on Aug. 27, 2020

Hi!It’s been a while. The last couple months, I’ve been doing a lot of product management & analysis at work (almost more than coding), sending newsletters (well, not this one), designing a book (it doesn’t always have to be web-based), and getting back into PHP development (didn’t expect that…