I hope you had a great week! I worked on some of my side projects this week and did a bunch of house cleaning. Let’s boogie.
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I worked a bunch on one of my side projects this past week! I haven’t made the work/code public yet so there’s not much to show, BUT I had a lot of fun playing around with Prismic to generate pages and components, and built some utilities that I’ll probably blog about at some point.
I’m really excited to code on my side projects again. They’ve been sorely neglected as I’ve been a bit burnt out in the pandemic (that ol’ thing), and I’ve slowly but surely been getting back into them!
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Last week, I had you implement a Wordle function! Glad to see I’m not the only obsessed nerd here. Awesome job Leyan, Ben, Gian, Karey, Dani, Will, Claude, Les, Danny, Lucia, Jesper, Doug, Stef, Mark, Leanpancake, Daniel, tlgreg, David, Don, Rafael, Neriya, Peter, Michael, Andres, and Ten!
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That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and take your clothes out of the dryer!
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