"Our worst fears lie in anticipation" — Honoré de Balzac
Read in portuguese on iMasters
When you start giving talks, creating open source projects, publishing articles or simply showing your work to the world, little by little people start to consider you as a reference on that particular subject. And when these people have doubts, it is you whom they search for. After all, you are the one who understands more about it (which in many cases is not true).
Originally published in The Web Platform Podcast
Web Components are a set of emerging and rapidly changing technologies alter the way many developers are starting to build web applications. Zeno Rocha, a dominant force in the front end development community talks with hosts Erik Isaksen & Christian Smith on how developers can get started building with these technologies today & how to build their own components, tooling & using the Github & Bower communities, and other front end developer goodness.
Zeno, began a small project, CustomElements.io, that was meant to track his and others Web Components. CustomElements.io, now used by Mozilla as their X-Tags registry, has become much more than that and is now a central place for developers to share, publish, and maintain their Web Components. The project spawned an incredible amount of support from the web development community that grew into several other related projects such as WebComponents.org & the boilerplate Yeoman project generator-element.
Seems like yesterday when I decided to move from this huge company based in Rio to this not-so-well-known company based in LA. That was not an easy decision, but I’m glad I made it.
Now, two years after that day, here I am to share some of the things I learned.
"I don't read books, never went to school, I just read other people's code and always wonder how things work" — TJ Holowaychuk
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