Level up your JavaScript browser logs with these console.log() tips

I consider myself a backend software engineer — and as any backend engineer would attest, a large part of our life is spent monitoring, troubleshooting, and debugging our applications. The fundamental rule of software development is that software will fail — what separates new developers from experienced ones is how they plan for those failures. Robust and effective logging…

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