Alex asks 11 Git interview questions in escalating difficulty. For each, there's a detailed answer — many including code snippets and diagrams. Try to challenge yourself by checking out the question before glancing at the answer.
From Sublime to Vim to Emacs to VS Code. Lucas shares key considerations that marked the transition from editor to editor.
Ali some key insights gleaned from building and re-building her personal homepage. It's one of the few sites where you get to have full ownership and creative control, so don't hold back. She also links to a number of other great portfolios.
Are your commits Frequent, Descriptive, Atomic, Decentralized, and Immutable?
What began as a university project is now Codier — a place for front-end coding challenges and community inspiration. This is beautifully designed and it looks like it's off to a great start 🙌🏽.
This was a bit unsettling. Alex describes how to forge a commit, and the best way to verify and sign yours.