I Learned How To Read Source Maps

Source maps are these magical things that translate output code back into their source form. It's essentially the Rosetta Stone or the Google Translate in the programming world. But have you ever wondered how they really worked? That's what I've been up to the past few weeks, looking for resources that explain the concept like I was five. And when I learned how they worked, my mind was blown by its simplicity.

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Great Magic Happens In Three Acts

The other day, I was browsing through movie listings hoping to find a movie that I haven't watched yet. I came across The Prestige), one of the few magic-themed movies I've watched (besides Now You See Me and Now You See Me 2. As I re-read the plot, I encountered that famous quote of magic being a three-part act. Then it hit me... I think I've applied it to programming.

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Planetside 2 Stalking

Yep, it's another article about Planetside 2. This time, it's tips on how to become an efficient Stalker.

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Why Make Things Complicated?

Been jumping across projects recently. Pretty normal for me, just another day at work. Actually, I kinda requested that to happen. I don't want to get stuck months at a time on one project, that's boring especially with the pace web technologies are moving. It gives me the opportunity to play with different stacks, compare technology, criticize approach, all that fun stuff. This time around, all about ending up making things so complicated.

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