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Hello world, and welcome to the first issue of this newsletter.
It is Monday, September 27th, 2021, early in the morning before work and I am writing this first issue to 0 subscribers. And you know what, I couldn’t be more excited!
I’ve been wanting to do this for a very long time, but I’ve always let excuses get in the way. “Who’s gonna read it?”, “How do I find valuable content?”, “What if no one subscribes?”. These were some of the questions that I asked myself and that have kept me from doing this earlier, but like many say: “You just have to start”, and so I did.
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✍️ Weekly Snippet
Delay the execution of an asynchronous function.
Have you tried to delay the execution of a specific part of an
async function before? Delay executing part of an
async function, by putting it to sleep, returning a
Promise that resolves after
👀 Product of the Week
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🚧 Projects Updates
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