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Day 83 of 100 Days of Code & Scrum: Deploying Services Pages to Production

Greetings, everyone!

Not much free time today, but at least I finished coding all of the services pages for my business site. I've also tested and deployed all of them, so here are the three of them:

As for learning, I did a little bit of practice with Next.js, especially with writing API function handlers on the /pages/api folder.

Anyway, let's move on to my daily report!


I did various things, such as working on my company website, learning Next.js, and picking up MySQL.


Company Website

  • finished coding the services-related pages.
  • did some testing and checking before deploying the updates to production.



  • I didn't have the time to read an article about Scrum for today.

Thank you for reading! Have a good day!

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