1. 🤒 git pain 🤕
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.
2. 👣 The Great Editor Journey 👣
From Sublime to Vim to Emacs to VS Code. Lucas shares key considerations that marked the transition from editor to editor.
3. 🤘 Building a kickass portfolio 🤘
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.
4. A checklist for commits ✔️✔️✔️✔️✔️
Are your commits Frequent, Descriptive, Atomic, Decentralized, and Immutable?
6. Introducing Codier 🚀
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 🙌🏽.
7. 👤 Spoof a Commit 👤
This was a bit unsettling. Alex describes how to forge a commit, and the best way to verify and sign yours.