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When the use of JavaScript is justified

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JavaScript is a controversial topic, especially in privacy and open source circles. That’s because JavaScript is often used to execute code on website visitors’ devices that does things that aren’t so cool. For example, tracking users across the entire Internet. That’s why the use of ad blockers is actually indispensable nowadays, and some go so far as to block JavaScript altogether.

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A solution for social media?

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Sometimes I find it quite interesting to read through articles that I wrote three or four years ago, back then still on the platform Medium. Some time ago I deleted them on Medium and published them on my blog in a “Medium Archive”.

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The Importance of Education

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This article is about something I already have in my mind for quite some time. It’s about the importance of education.

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I Need To Get Out Of My Comfort Zone More Often

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One thing I learned, when I changed my server setup from installing everything directly on the server to using Docker, is that I need to get out of my comfort zone more often. Getting out of your comfort zone means, you are confronted to new things and so learn something new.

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Things You Can’t Wish For Christmas - About immaterial wishes

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Christmas is approaching. Less than a week to go until the celebrations. And so it’s now clear to everyone what they want, if it hasn’t been decided since last Christmas or the last birthday. New mobile phone, new computer, new game console…

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