I found this post a month back and it has been sitting in my phone's Chrome tab since them. It finally wore me down, and I started looking into how to get back into blogging. As a junior developer working with edge tech, I feel like I should have information to share and that the act of blogging consistently is another great screen activity.
After spending an entire day trying to figure out how to tear down my site and redesign it with blogging in mind, I decided that I would make dev.to my temporary blogging home rather than taking days to build/refine my own website. After all, procrastination is starting's worst enemy. There's probably a grammatical error in that phrase, but let's roll with it.
Software's architecture is often compared to the structure of a home -- the foundation and building blocks to what will become a house. So doesn't it make sense to compare our code to the clutter in our home? Let's identify some easy wins for cleaning up our codebase and take action on them.