Inspiration came from Stu Robson
LLMs are a great tool if they are used responsibly. However when you blindly copy and paste the results, it will make your life hell.
A philosophy that you should always maintain when developing is to Write The Fricken Manual.
Right, here’s a weird one. I know what many of you are thinking:
I have recently seen at least 2 people make a wrapper around
useFetch in Nuxt 3 incorrectly by trying to call
useFetch as though it were
fetch. While the approach they take will usually work (in general), it will very quickly cause you to have multiple errors and weird side effects.
Alright, I’ll admit I am the least qualified person to talk about this. But as a mediocre white guy in tech on the internet, I’m going to share my experience.
I have recently had the opportunity to muse about process and how we maintain a system. One of the things in particular that I have been thinking about the most is onboarding new people into your project.
Dave Rupert saw me on stream talk about JSON:API and suggested I write a blog about it. So here we are with a clickbait title, and lots of opinions.
I’m setting up some automations, and I’m hoping that I’ll be able to let folks know more effectively what it is that I’m writing about and doing lately.
Todd Libby recently posted about the need for conference organizers to support those of us who don’t want to drink. As someone who has been sober for 13+ years now, I agree whole heartedly with this sentiment. Sometimes it is difficult for people who don’t regularly think about this to know how to have actionable ways of changing things though. So, I’m going to give you some tips. You’re welcome.
Jen Simmons recently posted an interesting question about website thinking for 2023, and I waded into the conversation and realized I have strong opinions as a mediocre white guy in tech. So I’m gonna go into my headspace about these topics.
So Cassie Evans tweeted this the other day:
I think I now have a few people reading this, so I should update it more regularly, so let’s get some life updates in here.
So a couple of months ago I purchased 2 of “The Key v2” as an impulse purchase. I got a link to it a couple of minutes before the link went out to everyone, and so I pulled a Phillip J. Fry.
Yesterday we went to Hot Betty’s Breakfast Bar for lunch and I figured I’d write down some thoughts.
I don’t have any brilliant insights to share today, or anything like that, I’m mostly just wanting to kinda put out some information because I feel like I should write more regular updates.
This week I had the opportunity to make a Gutenberg block and there are a few things I learned in The process.
in operator is more versatile than I thought while on stream a couple of weeks ago, so let’s write a post about it so I can explain it to myself later.
Look, let’s be honest. You aren’t really here for some earth shattering information. You saw a very clickbaity title that I made to troll Cassidy Williams and quite honestly, I don’t think she was ACTUALLY expecting this.
At the behest of Dave Rupert in the Shop Talk Show D-D-D-Discord, I’m going to talk about my adventures in making an efficient and poorly designed typo-squatting knock-off of CSS-Tricks.com called CSS-Trickz.com, which turned into an experiment in how to make a cached and auto building site on Netlify, using their new On-Demand Builders.
Vue 3 has been out for almost 8 months now. Adoption is slow. This is feeling a little like another major version bump I’ve lived through. Is Vue the new Python?
I upgraded an app to Vue 3 and I learned some things about it.
I’m diving into react, coming from vue, and I have some thoughts.
I have now added comments to my site.
I had the pleasure of giving my talk “Dependency Injection in Vue.js” at Connect.Tech 2019. Here’s where you can see more about it.
I recently have updated the styling of my site to have a bit more… character?
My first pass at a talk that is an intro to Vue.js and how you can use it without a build step.
Huzzah for feed readers!
Thoughts on moving to a new system.