ESLint as a learning resource.

I’ve been doing some AWS/serverless stuff at work recently. If you’ve been following me long enough, you know I switched paths about 6 months ago. A couple of hiccups here and there, but it’s been going well.

Today, and not for the first time, I picked up some education from an ESLint rule page.

no-await-in-loop tells us how to optimise our code and when not to use parallelisation. It took just two minutes of reading, too.

I love little educational moments like these – especially when they are sandwiched between the start and completion of a task.


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