If you are after optimizing development, look at how developers read, not write, code. Code reading is the single largest expense in software development, and very few even talk about it.
I will show you a good time. I will return the favor and bless a local WordCamp of your choice.
If you are contemplating joining a coding bootcamp in 2020 then let me give you a list of the top scams they use to steal your money (yes, even with an ISA, the #1 scam):
Be a part of WordCamp DC 2020. We are looking for…
What would you want to see on the schedule at a developers conference targeted for #WordPress devs (not a WordCamp)?
This wouldn’t be a WordCamp or any event officially associated w/ the Foundation.
I’m pretty sure this isn’t what the creators of HTML had in mind…
Just FYI… As of this week, I find myself back in the job market.
I’m looking for something remote, working in the intersection of UX & JS.
I have experience in: React, TypeScript, GraphQL, Node, Electron, etc.
Know of anyone hiring for that skill-set?
Thought Walgreens started selling babies. twitter.com/erinruberry/status/1…
@kingkool68 Yup. And my thing is that I think there should be like 10 Lego shapes, and you make your Death Star out of those. All these custom pieces just feel like they defeat the purpose. This is my bitter old man rant.
Paper straws are awful and need to go away.
I’ve decided that I want to full time and as remote as possible. Anyone looking for a good React/Node developer and friendly human being? I’ll be looking from the new year on. Send me love, I’m #stressed out
You never forget:
👉🏻 your first love
👉🏻 your first job
👉🏻 your first computer
👉🏻 your first IDE
👉🏻 the first time you crashed a client’s production website while you were live coding on it.
Amazon AWS had a power failure, their backup generators failed, which killed their EBS serversl, which took all of our data with it. Then it took them four days to figure this out and tell us about it.
Reminder: The cloud is just a computer in Reston with a bad power supply.
“The notifications prompt is by far the most frequently shown permission prompt. Not even 3% of these prompts got accepted by users. Most prompts are dismissed, while almost 19% of prompts caused users to leave the site immediately”.
Thanks to @digitalocean for their continued support!