DEV Community

loading...
Cover image for What was your win this week?
The DEV Team

What was your win this week?

graciegregory profile image Gracie Gregory (she/her) ・1 min read

Happy Friday!

Looking back on your week — what was something you're proud of?

All wins count — big or small 🎉

Examples of 'wins' include:

  • Starting a new project
  • Landing a new job
  • Spending time outside ... or whatever else might spark joy ❤️

Happy Friday!

Weekend dog on the beach

Discussion (31)

pic
Editor guide
Collapse
gedalyakrycer profile image
Gedalya Krycer

Some wins :)

  • Learned some more about Gatsby and Gatsby cloud. Looking forward to taking a full course on these services and doing a project using them!

  • My portfolio post got a React badge and lovely feedback from the DEV community. Putting my work "out there" was kind of scary, but everyone is really kind and constructive in their feedback. Can't wait to start implementing some of the advice/suggestion shared on it.

Collapse
avalai profile image
Marina

My partner and I started going for a walk every morning before work, from 10-30 minutes depending on the weather.

Also over the weekend we successfully adjusted our sleep cycle for the daylight savings time change, so started the week off well.

Collapse
surajondev profile image
Suraj Vishwakarma

I contributed to forem and it was great experience to contribute to the the platform that gives me stage to share my blog.

Collapse
codemouse92 profile image
Jason C. McDonald

I was going to share this last week...

I finished manually auditing 1.1K backlogged GitHub Issues for Mailspring, migrating the viable ones to a new Discourse-based issue tracking setup.

Collapse
lornasw93 profile image
Lorna Watson

Started looking for mentees this week, 2 confirmed and 1 maybe! Super proud 🎉

Collapse
philmillman profile image
Phil Miller

Helped launched a multiplatform audio chat demo app, and shared how everyone can do it too in this post: dev.to/trydaily/build-a-multi-plat... 🎉

Collapse
mcastellin profile image
Manuel Castellin

After 3+ months between a relocation and having to work overtime, I finally decided to focus on the things I love (at least for a little while):

  • Made time to record another tutorial for my Docker Development Tips&Tricks series on YouTube (this the video) 🎬
  • Started a new test project to learn how to create microservices in Golang 😎

Thank you @graciegregory and @devteam for reminding all of us to look at the good things that happened 🙂 it's so easy to get lost in the bad days..

Collapse
graciegregory profile image
Gracie Gregory (she/her) Author

So important to focus on the little things you love. Thank you for being here!

Collapse
yechielk profile image
Yechiel Kalmenson

I was featured by the#CodeNewbies community!

community.codenewbie.org/codenewbi...

Collapse
graciegregory profile image
Collapse
kevinhickssw profile image
Kevin Hicks

I was able to turn a simple code review consulting into being hired for a bigger project to lead a team of developers for a new project for a big client.

Collapse
tillsanders profile image
Till Sanders

Broke my own record with my recent post: dev.to/tillsanders/let-s-stop-usin... :)

Collapse
chema profile image
José María CL

Yeah, I read it! Thanks for sharing

Collapse
jackharner profile image
Jack Harner 🚀

Told my current job that I'm moving to Denver at the end of April. I was super nervous about it and how my boss would react, but they're going to let me keep doing whatever I can for them from Denver! I didn't necessarily need this to happen to make the move possible, but it's definitely going to make it easier.

It just hit me but I really am diving into this whole freelance thing head first, I'm nervous but excited!

Collapse
warengonzaga profile image
Waren Gonzaga

Published the version 2 of my Fork Corner open source project with huge changes such as added some new animations and useful features. Check out my project here: github.com/WarenGonzaga/fork-corner you might want to use it to your project's landing page.

Collapse
_fones profile image
Wojtek Grześkowiak

We've finally shipped new dashboard for our SaaS. The challenge was to do it in few steps:

  1. deploy new dashboard only for admins to test internally
  2. allow current users to switch to new dashboard when the want
  3. all new users will force to use new dashboard
  4. all users will be forced to use new dashboard

We are now in step 3.

Collapse
theimpulson profile image
Aayush Gupta • Edited

Landed my first full-time job this week as well as enrolled in a Bachelors's degree. Late in age compared to my friends but I guess that's normal when you change career paths. Pretty excited about how things are going well this year.

Collapse
phantas0s profile image
Matthieu Cneude • Edited
  • I released my CLI for Pocket
  • I began my next book: Emotional intelligence as a software developer (if somebody wants to know more about that, I'll speak about it in my monthly newsletter).
  • I've almost a prototype for a video game to learn Vim.
Collapse
ryencode profile image
Ryan Brown
  • Becoming more confident with rust
Collapse
tankerguy1917 profile image
tankerguy1917

My win is a mix of a few things.

  1. I joined a game jam!
  2. I got a shooting mechanic to work!
  3. I got an enemy spawning mechanic to work!
  4. I did those without any tutorials!
Collapse
nop33 profile image
Ilias Trichopoulos

Deliver my first freelance project (over-delivered actually)! A Gatsby site with Netlify CMS integration. I was extremely happy to discover the Lighthouse easter egg of fireworks after hitting 4x100% :D

Collapse
atulcodex profile image
Atul Prajapati • Edited

Finally, understand how to make series in DEV :)

Collapse
chema profile image
José María CL

We've completed a lot of tickets this week!
weekend

Collapse
pethron profile image
Nicolò Marchesi

Yesterday my open-source project reached 300 stars. I’m really happy! github.com/Noovolari/leapp

Collapse
stereoplegic profile image
Mike Bybee • Edited

I did almost zero coding and spent a lovely week with my GF, getting out of bed as little as humanly possible. Highly recommend. 10/10 would do again.

Collapse
retr0c0de profile image
Anguram Shanmugam

I learned gatsby🤓

Collapse
dmahely profile image
Doaa Mahely • Edited

A pretty big event I had been prepping and planning for months went on without a hitch 🎉 and now I get to have a lot of my free time back!

Collapse
shhdharmen profile image
Dharmen Shah

I contributed a major update to @ngneat/lib which helps Angular developers to create fully featured, open-source angular library.

GitHub logo ngneat / lib

🤖 Lets you focus on the stuff that matters

Lets you focus on the stuff that matters

MIT commitizen PRs styled with prettier All Contributors ngneat

@ngneat/lib

Schematics that wrap the Angular generate library schematics and provide all the standard boilerplate you need in order to create a neat Angular open-source project.

ng add @ngneat/lib @scope/toaster # change @scope/toaster with your lib name
Enter fullscreen mode Exit fullscreen mode

Features

  • 👆 Only Single command to do everything
  • 📂 A schematic carrying scaffolding for Angular Library
  • 📄 Contains community documents and templates which enhances open-source experiences with GitHub
  • 📦 Semantic release support
  • GitHub Actions workflows
  • 🚀 Site Deployment with angular-cli-ghpages
  • 🧑‍🤝‍🧑 Adds All-Contributors specifications
  • 🔐 Sets up Commitlint, husky, prettier and lint-staged
  • 📜 Configures all needed scripts in package.json
  • 🐬 Works with NX workspace
  • Lints newly created library project

Table of Content





Collapse
jicarrozzo profile image
Juan Ignacio Carrozzo

2 big wins for my week:

  • finally migrated an old angular 6 library angular 10 with almost no problems.
  • implemented my first Azure Artifact for that library with a proper Pipeline (great success)
Collapse
maymeow profile image
💜May Meow🌼 • Edited

Installed and configured Zabbix with notification trough telegram monitoring for my cloud server. :)

Collapse
benwright profile image
Ben Wright

Hellllloooo weekend!

I finally launched the initial marketing website for a product I have been working on for a couple of weeks: usemarky.io/

Feedback welcome!