Or when "Zoë" !== "Zoë"! If you’re dealing with Unicode strings, you need to take into account that characters could be represented in multiple ways. See how String’s normalize method can help.
Everything in Node was ‘experimental’ at some point. This post looks at some currently experimental features such as worker threads (essentially Node's answer to Web Workers) and performance hooks.
Using modern JS features to merge objects, organize properties, and more. +1 for all the Mighty Boosh references too.
An amazingly epic post that will get anyone working with or thinking about React Hooks excited. It’ll help you understand a lot of the concepts involved. No time? There’s a good TLDR too.