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
- Knitting a sweater...or whatever else that may spark joy 😄
Top comments (65)
Finally found some time to release the website I've been working on and boost it's traffic a little bit. It's essentially a database of Tech questions with the possibility to make quizzes on multiple topics and use an API to embed the questions on your websites - QuizAPI
It's so good to see the results of your work.
Just took the HTML quiz, great questions! It was fun too.
Thanks Josh! Really love the hear that people like it!
Congratulations! Good job! 👍
Thanks! If you have checked the app I feel honered
Looks great so far 🙌👏
Good to hear! I do have a lot of stuff to improve but everything needs time!
Awesome, mate! Keep up the good work!
Thanks, I really try to!
Great work 🔥. I like this 👍, I'm already thinking of building a small mobile app that throws random questions at users from this 🔥
Oh!! That sounds really cool, If you need any information about the App please let me know, will be happy to provide it.
This is amazing and really fun! I've also been working with the same idea on one project of our company's client and this is very well done.
Thank you for the great feedback! I hope the App gave you some inspirations for your project!
Cool site! I like it )
How did you implement these points and lines that follow the cursor near the header? Wow It is very cool! I want to learn
1) Joining DEV!
2) Helping kick-off the Grant for the Web Hackathon with DEV
3) Foraging for wild ramps
4) Judging youth made games for the Games for Change Student Challenge
5) Making it through the week!
Woot woot, that's a busy week! Welcome to DEV, btw! 😀
Thanks its been fun already and I am excited
Finally closed a 2-month-old GitHub issue in an open-source repo I maintain. Such a dopamine hit!
Closed an issue that was opened in my open-source repo. 😄
Also, started brainstorming about the new features that I need to have on my open-source project!
It was my cats' birthday earlier this week, so my wife & I bought and assembled a kitty tower for them.
That's Icarus there, having a moment!
Climbing higher into the sunlight?
Hopefully not too close! says his Daedalus. (Commence the groaning...)
Your cat looks cute. And the other cat is white? I also have 2 cats, black and white. I sometimes think of Kusturica's film "Black cat white cat" when I look at my cats. I also recently gave them a gift and bought them a big cat house. But to my regret, they prefer a closet and an empty box from the washing machine. I read in a blog about pets that this is normal behavior and cats can take a long time to get used to new things. By the way, do you know any interesting blogs about cats? I like this one petsoid.com/what-is-a-group-of-cat.... There's a lot of interesting information here that I didn't know before.
Welcoming my new project on how to create a dashboard with TailwindCSS and start as a Storyblok ambassador, many things to celebrate this weekend! 🎉✨
Create a dashboard with TailwindCSS - Part 1
Alba Silvente 💃🏼 ・ May 3 ・ 6 min read
My first post as a Storyblok ambassador
Alba Silvente 💃🏼 ・ May 7 ・ 1 min read
I passed my final project review and am now a Flatiron School Software Engineering graduate!
Got font awesome to work on my first portfolio website ever. Obviously the first icon I put on there was the DEV (fa-dev) one to link to my profile!
We had a bug report that 2 (seemingly random) users from all our company users were unable to get past the callback page for one of our internal apps.
Turns out their user group's time sync was off by 2 minutes, causing the tokens to be "created in the future" and invalidate themselves 😅 It was one of the weirder bugs I've ever pieced together!
I completed Google Cloud Platform: Core Infrastructure course on Coursera! I thoroughly enjoyed all the assignments and Qwiklabs and got to know so much about the cloud.
I finished migrating a bunch of database stuff, I'm glad that's over :]
I launched my personal website!
I Coded My Personal Site With Web Components
Steve Belovarich ・ May 6 ・ 5 min read
Finally created a README for my open source project after weeks of putting it off 😅
From this week, I have started documenting my Leetcode solutions for the Leetcode May challenge. Although it is now about the Leetcode May challenge, I am planning to write playbooks with trips and tricks for tackling different types of coding interview questions that are encountered frequently in the FAANG and other medium-sized companies.
This is also my first time blogging in dev.to platform.
LeetCode: First Bad Version
Aroup Goldar Dhruba ・ May 6 ・ 2 min read
Got my first bronze medal on Kaggle notebook.