As a content creator, I love the look and feel of “link in bio” pages.
They’re such an easy and mobile-friendly way to share various social medias and projects.
However, as a developer, I am frankly offended at the idea of needing a SAAS app to create a static page of links.
The idea of paying for such a service, or sharing my page with their branding is simply abhorrent.
Thankfully I have a Jekyll site and the ability to create <a> tags, so I’m able to avoid that dismal fate.❤️
git add . sets you up for failure, and it’s most prevalent in the community that it’s worst suited for: git beginners. Fixing a commit with unwanted changes in it is significantly harder than being intentional about what you commit to begin with. This article will go over how to make intentional commits, and then discuss the most common examples where I see git add . trip up developers.
The Fibonacci Shawl is a gorgeous design that attempts to express Fibonacci’s sequence through yarn. Each stripe of color represents a number from Fibonacci’s sequence.
Most folks get stuck in open-source on one of the three following barriers:
Building the PR on a Forked Repo
Managing feelings around the review process
I want to remove those barriers for you, and give you a realistic view of how to contribute to open-source projects, and get your PRs merged.
I met Casey at one of my previous jobs and admire the way he designs systems and discusses architecture. He’s a long-time software architect who has been designing solutions for businesses of all sizes for 26 years. I’ve always wanted to be a software architect, but the timing has never worked out. This was a really fun podcast though! Casey has a bunch of great stories to share about designing systems, unintended advertising side effects, and technology hottakes!
Amir Rajan is a hyperpolyglot with over 15 years of industry experience. Amir is also the creator of A Dark Room iOS. This RPG conquered the world and took over the Number 1 spot in the App Store, and placed in the Top 10 paid apps across 70 countries. He’s also the CEO of DragonRuby LLP, creators of DragonRuby Game Toolkit and RubyMotion, which is what we’re here to talk about today.
An exploration of 4 open-source docker setups, why Docker isn’t magic, and why it’s worth it to use it anyway.
Your stream guests know and love zoom, but it doesn’t look very professional to just share a zoom window on your stream. This technique will allow for easily adding guests and sharing screens, without cropping zoom windows.
I’m giving a talk at FutureStack! I want to share my new talk with people on my portfolio site, because SpeakerDeck and SlideShare cost money. I’m a developer, why do I need to pay a company and expose you to ads to share my slides?
Let’s build a simple demo website in our Jekyll-Twitch gem! This will allow us to test inside the repo, and demonstrate the plugin live to users. It’ll serve as documentation, demo, and local testing environment!