I missed a key realization looking back at 2019 - being driven by numbers had put a lid on my curiosity.
In an early job I skipped writing tests, thinking it would make my code more flexible and maintainable. I slowly found it did the exact opposite.
In 2019 I focused on numbers for doing better in work and play. That focus caused most of my past year's regrets, and I plan to take a much different approach for 2020.
Webpack is great, but too big a tool for my personal site. This is how I viciously murdered my Webpack processes for NPM scripts.
A beginning coder's guide to structural design patterns with an alternate telling of Cinderella.
A beginning coder's guide to the other half of behavioral design patterns with an alternate telling of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.
Being insecure about my career and skills likely won't change anytime soon. Finding the positives is something I can do now.
After weeks of looking for a workable approach, I finally build a Node Twitter bot to automatically share anime quote artwork.
I don't consider myself a tech ally, but have several ways I try to act as one.