🔥 Definitely worth checking this article called A Simple Approach To Using Console.log For Debugging by @jmwebdev!
“Some people scoff at the console.log, some people — present company included — cherish the simple method. Here’s an easy way to use it to your advantage on your front-end.”
🔥 Scott Pence, a former Chingu member, wrote this article on Zsh and Oh My Zsh!
🔥 Reminder: Voyage 27 will be starting on February 1st, 2021!
🔥 As always, we’re matching people for pair-programming sessions this week. Checkout #chingu-news in Discord to find the link to sign-up!
Hi! Are there any TypeScript gurus available to answer a couple questions about using TypeScript with Redux?
Want to melt your brain a bit more? Hit cmd + opt + i on Mac or I guess alt + opt + i on PC ....And if you want a great laugh check the console tab after you do
love feta and coffee not sure what the second thing is but i’m sure its lovely
Today’s Roundtable is going to be an interesting experiment. I’m working hard to resist the urge to read up on GraphQL Server so it’s more real life today. We’ll have plenty of mistakes to learn from
Are changus the cousins of chingus
Yesterday actually, I learned that GitHub has a cli and it’s way more intuitive than git commands
That was the second issue we were having. We got the context to work but when verifying the order existed before saving Entity was ‘double tracking’
I would never use this unless backed into a corner lol
That’s job security…you’re the only one that knows how to fix that bug lol
Ironically other people fixed them, I just had to review their PR (edited)
The real TIL: always escape anything name related.
TIL…I can’t live without git reset --hard HEAD^
I’ve used that so many times lol
you didn’t know Quokkas? the cutest animals there are?
You can’t triple stamp a double stamp, Lloyd!
Shout-out to Xarri Jorge for sharing this great article on React Router concepts:
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