…that I mostly write for myself, but you can read if you want.
  1. Kick off CS50 with Study Group

  2. A Map to Navigate the React Ecosystem

  3. To All The Jobs I Had Before

  4. What I Love About Pull Requests

  5. Enjoy Vanilla JS, Not Chocolate Broccoli

  6. Format Numbers With Intl.NumberFormat

  7. Web Accessibility & Numbers

  8. Decimal and Thousands Separators

  9. From Netscape to ECMAScript

  10. Something (Not Nothing) About JavaScript

  11. Think Of WordPress <3

  12. Brew Install Git

  13. HelloooOOOoooOOh My ZSH!

  14. Say Goodbye to Bash

  15. Improve Motivation For Learning React

  16. The Phoenix Project

  17. Shift Down the Downshift

  18. Learn About Learning

  19. Figure Out CSS-in-JS Dependencies

  20. Play Twister with Dependencies

  21. Work with Yarn in a Containerized App

  22. Remember 2019

  23. Complete the First React Course Assignment

  24. Introduce Props and State in React

  25. Understand React JSX and Components

  26. Create React App

  27. Start That React Course Already

  28. Persist ulimit Settings in macOS Catalina

  29. Lint and Prettier and pre-commit, oh my!

  30. Get Acquainted With Containerized Stack

  31. Grasp GitFlow

  32. Hello Strange New World of Finance

  33. Responsify A Logistic System

  34. Can We Open Source This?

  35. Be Explicit About What Is Okay

  36. DIY UI Tips for Backend Developers

  37. Company, Competence, Community & Conference

  38. Horizontal Teams To Strengthen Vertical Structures

  39. Salvage The Sunken Source Maps

  40. Find Out More About Find

  41. Dump A Cask & Accidentally Learn More Brew

  42. Detour Into Homebrew and Java Versions

  43. Dig Into The Dummy Layout Diffs

  44. All Roads Lead To React

  45. Put to use

  46. Catch Up On The Deal With Testing

  47. Check Safari iOS in dev tools

  48. Learn How To Animate SVG

  49. Get Rejected and Set New Goals

  50. Finish The JS First Steps Modules on MDN

  51. Jump Into Rabbit Holes! Upgrade Dependencies!

  52. Adventures in Upgrading to Python3

  53. Celebrate Small Wins

  54. Write moar notes from what I’m reading

  55. Say Hello to Intrinsic Web Design

  56. Debug the Missing CSS Analysis (Hey Jenkins!)

  57. Archive Book List from a Different Life

  58. Tic-Tac-Tooooomg It’s Working!!

  59. Make Three in a Row, Part 3

  60. Plan What to Code (More Learn Python)

  61. Revisit Intro to Logic, Lists and Loops

  62. Learn More Python (classes and objects!)

  63. Make Three in a Row, Part 2

  64. Get Unstuck

  65. Understand Better How to 'npm'

  66. Make Three in a Row, Part 1

  67. Write My Own Cheesecake Recipe

  68. Decode Bytes and Encode Strings

  69. Deal with external code

  70. Learn Python the Hard Way (cont.)

  71. Learn Python in Palermo

  72. Go through that CLI crash course

  73. Manage keyboard focus

  74. Rocket retrospective routines

  75. Make myself a space to be awesome

  76. HTTP is a client-server protocol

  77. So… gameday, huh?!

  78. 7 years of web conferences

  79. Troubleshoot my JavaScript

  80. I used to drive a fork lift truck

  81. Break down the silos shitty first draft

  82. Rainy Sunday JavaScript learning notes

  83. Off topic travel writing from 5 yrs ago

  84. Go back to the beginning

  85. Knuth, Metafont and meta-design

  86. Stop hoarding to-do’s as if my life depends on it

  87. More adventures in upgrading Yarn

  88. Post-travel blues

  89. Set up my new Macbook

  90. omg! it has a name: “The UI Squeeze”

  91. wtf is bash anyway?!

  92. Swim at the deep end

  93. Adventures in upgrading Yarn

  94. “Code is never the challenge”

  95. Explore UI typesetting

  96. Canvas or SVG?

  97. “I haven’t learnt JS yet” is my broken record

  98. Why I want to learn JavaScript

  99. git add -p

  100. “You don’t have that kind of time”

  101. Cull and surrender

  102. Batch your tasks

  103. Rebase! I totally git it now.

  104. Be fearless with old stylesheets

  105. git diff master

  106. “Become more comfortable with uncertainty!”

  107. Cultivate a habit of learning

  108. “Let go and enjoy the ride”

  109. Hello world