Looking back on your week -- what was something you're proud of?
All wins count -- big or small 🎉
Examples of 'wins' include:
- Getting a promotion!
- Starting a new project
- Fixing a tricky bug
- Cleaning your house...or whatever else that may spark joy 😄
Top comments (53)
That's amazing ✨
I got this badge which motivated me to write more here:
Also, I wrote feedback for the homepage of DEV which was definitely worked on by suggestions with other wonderful people in this community.
I was mentioned for the first time for feedback in this:
Follow-up: your feedback on the home page 👋🏼
Lisa Sy (she/her) ・ Feb 10 ・ 5 min read
🎊 4 week streak club
I (finally) completed and delivered two proposals to potential clients.
I made a bunch of progress on two other projects currently in development.
And I made time to play golf with my son and take him to Galaxy's Edge (East).
Awww man, so jealous about Galaxy's Edge. How did you like it?
It's mind-blowing if you're a Star Wars fan. This was our fifth or sixth time there. We didn't even go on Smuggler's Run (and we still haven't made it on to Rise of the Resistance) but we had a great time.
We went on Star Tours (for the millionth time) and got a completely new version, with lots and lots of Rise of Skywalker clips. Very cool.
Man, that even sounds awesome! Experience reports like this really make us poor Europeans question our existence haha. Glad you guys get to enjoy it. This is the way!
figured out the branding / got something up on the internet for my newest side project [fart.bar]
Okay, you can't just name a website fart.bar and not say anything else about it :p
Learned a lot more about Istio, Envoy, and TLS. 🤯
Specifically, I learned about
alpn, how Istio configures Envoy to route based on it, and how it can be set using OpenSSL's
s_client. My path ultimately led to this... 😂
I launched! Well, I announced the start of something, at least, and I'm really excited for it all.
I put out...a podcast, and a website, and a roadmap, and a blog post explaining it all -
Building my passion project with radical transparency - Introducing Pistola
Mike Bifulco ・ Feb 20 ・ 4 min read
Putting my project out in front of people is an experiment, but I'm hoping it'll garner me some support, and help keep momentum high. 🤘
Started learning VueJS!
Just in 4 days, I've learned things such as (single file) components, computed and basic methods, watchers, passing data around and between components, and working with them, conditional+list rendering, props etc. And today I have learned the basics of Vue Router :)
VueJS is truly amazing, I'm loving it!
The next big step is to learn working with back-end while using VueJS for front-end
I wrote the beginnings of an introduction to clientside web APIs!
Heres the first one :)
I would love feedback from anyone that has time to read them. There are 4 posts in the series right now!
I made my first post on #showdev for my very first published library MqttTopicBuilder
I'm still learning so many things this is very challenging !
I also registered with a friend for a huge coding challenge and we are pretty hyped !
Last week, I put up a post dev.to/zakwillis/do-you-know-of-a-...
The post was asking if anybody knew of a tool to scan inboxes, encrypt and manage data, and save the results to a database or the like so I could do reporting on it.
In the end, I wrote my own tool in SQL Server, C#, using Mailkit. Planning to release it as a software tool. Took around 3.5 days to get core functionality working.
I've just started to learn C. I'm pretty excited about it 'cause it can help me to study other topics later.
We shipped a project I had a pleasure working on and it was one of the first AND the biggest pieces of work I've been involved in here so far :)
Shipping Home Page Cleanups
Paweł Ludwiczak ・ Feb 19 ・ 2 min read
My pull request was merged into dev.to :)
I was a guest on the very cool DBAle podcast 🤘