@zack Pull request workflows really are useful for teams of more than one or maybe two people. Easily setting up and viewing CI/CD hooking in is also nice.
Since seeing this comic a long time ago it has really changed the way I interact with the world around me, I now say "Thank you" rather than "sorry".
I stopped apologising for existing and for taking up space as a result I have stopped minimising myself.
"Help! None of my projects want to be SPAs" by Jason Goldstein https://whatisjasongoldstein.com/writing/help-none-of-my-projects-want-to-be-spas/
I agree with the author that React, unlike Angular or CoffeeScript, seems to have staying power. I think though that React's real innovation is the component model, and there are plenty of other frameworks that have taken that idea and run with it (Vue, Svelte, etc.).
...and we watched the skies darken.
Ultimately, it was the most intense dust storm in recorded Martian history that brought this epic mission to a close. https://go.nasa.gov/2E9PG3Y
@nolan Paul Robert Lloyd just noted a dichotomy I've been seeing for a while: there is a relatively large web dev sector outside of the tech co / startup sector that _is_ dominated by the progressive enhancement style of dev. Public sector, education, etc. https://paulrobertlloyd.com/2019/02/weeknotes_5
I mostly deal with people from the education sector and the expectations there are completely different.
Which is why it's a bit worrying when those who make the tools we use (Chrome, npm, etc.) pretend we don't exist
@martinisoft A good number of my Canadian friends tell me the chain was bought out a few years ago and hasn't been the same since.
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@SimonTesla Have you considered a partial for the time being? I know at least two other people who have similar concerns about themselves who have a lot of fun with just sleeves, a head, and a set of paws.
Software consultant, likes .NET, boyfriend to two cuties. Squeak.