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What was your win this week?

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

Hey there!

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
  • Fixing a tricky bug
  • Exploring a new neighborhood in your town ... or whatever else might spark joy ❀️

Happy Friday!

Dog in hammock

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Bobby Iliev

I published a mini video course on YouTube on how to get started with Git πŸ™Œ

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Pandz18

I took a look at it , it’s amazing will follow through the whole list . Your voice is oddly smooth and calming XD

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Bobby Iliev

Thanks a lot! Hope you enjoy it πŸ™Œ

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cswalker21

It's really nice! I like how you made it in small chunks, and it's a logical flow of topics. Well done.

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Bobby Iliev

Thank you, really appreciate this feedback πŸ™Œ

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Jesse Phillips

I took two days of vacation.

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Ibrahim Cesar

Finally tackled idempotence in Lambda APIs and released as an open source middleware for Middy: dev.to/aws-builders/redis-explorin...

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Sukhpinder Singh

I learned about code analysis tools like NDepend & SonarQube to improve code quality.
These tools help write scalable and maintainable code.

singhsukhpinder.medium.com/c-ndepe...

medium.com/c-sharp-progarmming/run...

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π™ΌπšŠπš—πšžπšƒπš‘πšŽπ™²πš˜πšπšŽπš› • Edited

Let's see...

  • I redesigned my personal website manuthecoder.ml (Inspired by another DEV post!!!)
  • Helped a person with their project
  • Worked somewhat on this project and this project
  • I learned to use GitHub Desktop!!!
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MiguelMJ

I reached 1.2K rep. points on Stack Overflow! Also, I finished an interesting text mining project for university that taught me a lot.

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Muhammad Ahmad

I created a new portfolio template repo and published an article about it.
Create a portfolio card with react, chakraUI and framerMotion

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Glenn • Edited

I figured out why my scraper wasn't completing. The instance was timing out since it's a long process. Now I'm working on refactoring the scraper to be a webhook cloud function so I can put the function in a cloud task queue for each url generated

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Remi W.

Today, one of my GitHub project have reached 200+ stars:
Next JS Blog Template

If you are interested, you can checkout a live demo at Next JS Blog Template Starter Demo

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Ryan Moore • Edited

I deployed my first full stack webapp to the public, after many weeks of perseverance -> trailstatus.nz

Learnt so much along the way about how to deploy your code, use analytics, gain an audience, improve SEO and everything else you don't learn when you make a local project. I wrote a dev.to post about it here - have a read!

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Phantz

I demonstrated a type safe way to achieve polymorphism in C! Heavily inspired from functional languages. I then used this design pattern to achieve lazy iterators in pure C!

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Heiker

So I searched "functional programming roadmap" in google, and surprise, my post Learning functional programming: A roadmap was on the first page, the fifth link. It's so cool.

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grosset-floriane

I fixed my Debian computer, managed to change the keyboard layout and install firmwares and solve the WiFi configuration. And today I finished to install my software environment to start coding with React ! One last bug remains, but I am looking forward to fixing it! πŸ’ͺ

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Kiran Raj R

Got two badges πŸ˜‰

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Ayodele Samuel Adebayo(Uncle BigBay)

working on my online presence, networking, and personal brand.

We can connect on Twitter too @unclebigbay143

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prashanth

I published 2 series this week for complete beginners.

  1. Javascript bascis - dev.to/prashan81992916/series/12692
  2. Javascript mini projects - dev.to/prashan81992916/build-a-vir...
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Ryan

Went for a relaxing run at the park.

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HAP
  • I fixed a nasty migration issue in a django app that was blocking deployment
  • I very strongly believe I've crushed a bug that was caused by attempting to index humongous JSONB values
  • I wrote a quick article that got bookmarked: dev.to/redhap/subtract-arrays-in-p...
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Bhupesh Varshney πŸ‘Ύ
  • Got paid for my first ever freelance tech writing gig 😎
  • GitHub tweeted my git guide
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Zelal Hossain

i got a sell from my website- jstemplate.net/
Figma website template was sold

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rounakcodes • Edited

Not really a proper article (more like a reference for self use) but I have started to get my hands dirty with this first write-up:

dev.to/rounakcodes/using-deploy-ke...

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Michael

I bought a monitor which can swivel ↩️

And finally cracked SSR with React

GitHub logo MichaelCurrin / react-ssr-quickstart

Starter template for server-side and client-side rendering of a React app βš›οΈ πŸ“¦

React SSR Quickstart βš›οΈ πŸ“¦

Starter template for server-side and client-side rendering of a React app

GitHub tag License

Made with Node.js Package - react Package - express

Preview

Sample screenshot

Use this project

Use this template

About

Background

Based on tutorial:

We set up a client-side React app with some components including an incrementing counter.

On initial page load without JS running, a user or a search engine crawler will see an empty page. So we add a server-side Express app that return an HTML page which acts as a fully-rendered starting point that needs no JS to view in the browser.

We do this by calling ReactDOMServer.renderToString, which unfortunately freezes the app so that ignores user interaction. This is solved by calling React.hydrate on the client, so that the browser can make the initial HTML and turn it into a dynamic app in the usual SPA style.

The…

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Prafulla Raichurkar

I am back on track with my life and started writing my diary again after not touching it for an entire week.

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Alexandre Plateau

I'm finally getting back on one of my favorite side project, seeing the end a big one (a year long), and achieving a 5 week streak writing articles on dev.to!

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Kyle Harrison

I released version 0.1.6 of my code review TUI: github.com/apoclyps/reviews

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Shane Mitchell

After 2.5 years self-learning and 3 months of applications and interviews, I accepted my first software job!

So stoked and excited, and grateful for the community that’s helped me get here!

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Jesus Enmanuel De La Cruz

Starting a new project, fixing a fucking(sorry for this) bug that was driving me crazy and delivered my first project in my new job

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Andrew Baisden

I posted an article every day this week! 7 days in a row πŸ™Œ

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Jason F • Edited

I had a few small wins:

  • setup ssh authentication for my GitHub account
  • wrapped up the first version of a map feature at work
  • switched from vs code to codium
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Muhammad Ahmed

I took a trip to the mountains

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dbc2201

I wrote and article on Dev.to 😊 and I'm so glad I finally did.
Here's the article
dev.to/dbc2201/a-simple-roadmap-fo...

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Jose Torreblanca

I've managed to integrate jest test coverage in our Gitlab pipeline. Merging soon. Thanks to this video youtu.be/fQpvuRVDp-8 and his author Jimmy Cleveland

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Nabheet Madan

Publish How to create Node.js based CLI course youtu.be/crrW_ltAZKo

Forem Open with the Forem app