How is it going? I had some time off since my last newsletter and major life update.
Wish you all a very happy and safe Diwali 🪔.
This past few months I have been super busy helping my team at AngelList to prepare and launch our product: AngelList Stack
A: They couldn’t keep their Promises
I hope everyone had a great month. Mine was awesome and jampacked with work. Bit late to sending the newsletter out but this would be the 12th newsletter since we started.
Completed some career goals this month. I was invited to Rails contributor Basecamp(this is a big deal for me) and made total of 100 commits to Rails.
A busy month for me at work. Not much to share. Started learning docker this month.
Developer project roadmap
This was a busy and scary month. We saw a sudden surge of COVID cases in India and the situation is back to where we all started back in 2020.
I did my part of making some donations to NGOs. If you feel like making some donations to the cause, you can see some verified organizations here.
Rails conf is happening this month on April 12-14. Please checkout the schedule on: https://railsconf.com/
Secondly, React-Trix-RTE packages becomes 1 year old 🎉 last month. The recent release of v1.0.13 where all the issues where addressed by new contributor.
Lastly, Yaroslav Shmarov made an awesome YouTube video on How to use Boring Generators. Boring generators surely speed up the development time.
How is it going? Hope you all are doing fine in this crazy times and taking care of yourself.
Let have a quick recap of this month. Firstly, crossed a huge milestone in my career. Made it to the top 100 contributors in Ruby on Rails 🎉.
Q: Why did the functions stop calling each other?
A: Because they had constant arguments.
We made it! 2020 is over! This is last issue of the year I hope everyone stays happy and healthy. Let’s go!
Question: What do computers eat for a snack?
A SQL query goes into a bar, walks up to two tables and asks...
“Can I join you?”
Q: What is programmer's favourite hangout place?
A: Foo Bar
Q: Why couldn't the React component understand the joke?
A: Because it didn't get the context.
Q: Why didn't the `<div />` get invited to the dinner party?
A: Because it had no class.