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About the Project Mozilla recently created a Github repository for a brand new mobile web browser named Fenix. Not much is known about this project. There has been no official statement from Mozilla at this time. A source close to the projects expects a usable project to land somewhere in 2019. With the current rate of code pumping out of the project I would expect that if not earlier. Sebastian Kaspari seems to be the lead developer with most of the commit history.
Experience Just like any spoken language, you must constantly immerse yourself in the language and culture to speak any programming language fluently. By dedicating a portion of my time to a single project, I force myself to come back to difficult tasks. Instead of abandoning a project for a new idea, I have a set amount of time each day I work through the problems I was facing yesterday. Dedicating yourself to a project builds grit, and you are more likely to finish bigger projects if you are already used to the rhythm of maintaining software.
If I told you that the transition from Docker to Kubernetes takes an afternoon of seamlessly migrating containers, I would be lying. Kubernetes force me to abandon my love for docker-compose. I had to rethink my container orchestration. I would be ditching my well-tweaked Nginx SSL proxy and adopting the “serverless approach”. Serverless I never really understood the benefit of serverless architecture. Serverless? Really? That’s for lazy people, I thought.