In this episode, Colin Dean and Sarah Withy from Code and Supply sit down with host Adam Cuppy to talk about about hosting the Abstractions conference, and what they hope guests get from the experience.
Tune in and get inspired by the celebration of software and those who make it, through the connection of in-person meetups, that remind us of the joy of being in tech.
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Throughout the season, we’ll be talking about personal growth in the lesser-known edges of software. Fun stuff like unique uses of tech in production, DevRel, product management, and so much more ZEAL goodness.
Git For Beginners: Best Practices for Teams
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🖥️ Twitch Stream
Elixir + Phoenix, Learning to make cool website stuff
Erik continues his adventure learning more about Elixir and Phoenix by building.
📝 Blog Post
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🔗 Links / Interestings
Obviously, it is too early to tell, but Deno is something worth keeping your eye on.
In 2018, Ryan Dahl, the original developer of Node.js gave a talk where he covered ten things he regrets about Node.js. At the end of his presentation, he unveiled Deno. Last Wednesday (May 13th) Deno 1.0 was officially released.
The GitHub Pull Requests extension in VS Code allows you to manage your pull requests directly from your IDE.
This extension hows been around for a bit, but I just installed it. The interface is certainly not as good as Github, but it is nice to be able to quickly see PR statuses and respond to comments without leaving the editor. ~Zan
A state management library for React