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What was your win this week?

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

Happy Friday!

Looking back on your week β€” what was something you're proud of?

All wins count β€” big or small πŸŽ‰

Examples of 'wins' include:

  • Starting a new project
  • Landing a new job
  • Cleaning off your desk... or whatever else might spark joy ❀️

Happy End-Of-Week!

Friday Dawg

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Bobby Iliev

I’ve reached 100k views on YouTube 🀯 and 10 million views on my DigitalOcean community contributions πŸ₯³

youtube.com/channel/UCQWmdHTeAO0Uv...

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Mitch Pomery (he/him)

My current project is basically complete AND already have people interested in the post for it that I am still writing out!

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Tulio Calil • Edited
  • I created a tool to help all Dev.to authors (i will release the tool and make a post about it on the next week, follow me for news about it) with Nextjs
  • I finished my new PC Setup and put all my Hacktoberfest stickers:
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Jess Lee (she/her)

😻😻😻😻

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Muhammad Ahsan Ayaz • Edited
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Bertil Muth

I released my new side project :-)

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Stanley Owen • Edited

I've just published my Todo Application - an open sourced, free and easy to use application. This application is aimed for improving productivity! 🀩😲

GitHub logo stanleyowen / todo-application

An open source project of Todo which is easy to use and easy to organize!

Todo Application

Organizing Easier, Improve Your Productivity

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Todo Application

Todo Application is an open source project which is easy to use and easy to organize!

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Getting Started

  1. Download this code There are some several quick start options available
  2. Install All the Dependencies
    • Open your terminal
    • Change directory cd to both client and server folder
    • Type npm install in commmand line
  3. Create .env file
    • Inside client directory, create a new file named .env which stores about sensitive information, which is REACT_APP_CLIENT_URL, REACT_APP_SERVER_URL, and REACT_APP_GITHUB_API

      • REACT_APP_CLIENT_URL stores the client side URL
      • REACT_APP_SERVER_URL stores the server side URL
      • REACT_APP_GITHUB_API stores the GitHub current Stars and Forks
        REACT_APP_CLIENT_URL = http://localhost:3000
        REACT_APP_SERVER_URL = http://localhost:5000
        REACT_APP_GITHUB_API = https://api.github.com/repos/stanleyowen/todo-application
        
    • Inside server directory, create a…

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Stanley Owen

I've just added Login with GitHub OAuth in v0.3.7 my Todo Application - an open sourced, free and easy to use application. This application is aimed for improving productivity! πŸš€πŸš€

Login with GitHub

If you like this project, please drop a star on GitHub 🌟!

Happy Coding!

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Justin Maximillian Kimlim

I released an alpha version of AbstractMark, a next-level generation of markdown, allowing users to add styling, classes, and more into their markdown. Also, AbstractMark not only need contributors, but also maintainers!

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Junxiao Shi

I wrote a very long blog article The Reality of NDN Video Streaming about my "NDN push-ups" website and how well (or not) video streaming works over Named Data Networking global testbed network.

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Bernard Baker

Cleaned my desk. And got a new project through a referral.

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Javier Salcedo

I've found a way to reimplement a vfx system in a way it's way more performant and fixes a longstanding bug, getting the "blessing" of the senior dev who implemented the first version

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Davide Santangelo

released an open source project datorss.com a RSS search engine

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Davide Bellone

I improved the response time for an API endpoint from 14s to 2.5s.

Not enough, but still a great result!πŸš€

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Ryan Brown

Written my first #discuss and my First dev.to post (coming soon, just getting proofed), Connecting TeamCity to Azure Devops and back again. Finally feeling confident with Docker.

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Vaibhav Khulbe

Can I consider this as my win? 😁

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Just reached 100k+ views on DEV :)

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Nkululeko Dube

I broke my Dev environment :( and for the whole week was just painful but yesterday (Friday) I managed to fix it, I'm still joyful even now lol.

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Dipti Gautam

Started my first ever newsletter with revue! (where I'd be sending my dev.to blogs themselves xD)
getrevue.co/profile/diptiigautam

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Maureen T'o

Created my first, non-tutorial web app! Still work in progress and needs refactoring, but tested my ability to use APIs, handle data dynamically, and dynamic routes! πŸ₯³

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Alex Cooper

Launched my first WordPress Plugin
wordpress.org/plugins/updates-to-s...

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Vinicius Kiatkoski Neves

Started writing a new blog post 🀞

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Jean Kaplansky

OK, so this is a bit late for the week of Feb. 5, but: Today I made my first significant technical tweet in many years!

twitter.com/JeanKaplansky/status/1...

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DevLorenzo

I started writing some articles on dev.to and reached 1k views in less than a week!