Have you seen React 18's new 'startTransition' feature? (https://dmitripavlutin.com/react-usetransition/) No more lag when you reload many components simultaniously; so good to be a React dev nowadays 😅
I like this Angular design pattern atricle that helps if requirements change frequently (https://indepth.dev/posts/1478/designing-angular-architecture-container-presentation-pattern)
Have you ever looked at React Context API and wished Angular had the same feature? Probably not 😁 But in case you're wondering how to do that, here is a possible implementation of Context API, but for Angular (https://dev.to/this-is-angular/react-context-in-angular-i4a).
People are saying vue is 'third most important' frontend library but there is a person who built a $300K/Year Vue.js Component Library (https://www.starterstory.com/stories/i-built-a-300k-year-vue-js-component-library); that is likely even more money than material UI is making
Did you notice this huge list of 600 curated node packages? (https://github.com/sindresorhus/awesome-nodejs); it seems like a useful list broken down on categories, maybe some of them are useful to you?; by the way
Java v11 to v17 you seem to get an almost 10% speed boost (https://www.optaplanner.org/blog/2021/09/15/HowMuchFasterIsJava17.html), maybe bring this to your boss alongside with the request to get a higher salary? 😅 and if you don't get it, you can come back to us and we'll find you a new job!
Microsoft bought Github, everyone knows, but there are weekly news that support their open source efforts - 'Microsoft Open Sources .NET 5 C# Language Extension for SQL Server' (https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2021/09/08/open-sourcing-the-net-5-c-language-extension-for-sql-server/ so cool)