Last week I had a call with Quincy Larson of freeCodeCamp (to be onboarded as an author).
I’m a massive fan of the work he’s done with limited resources, we got to chatting and realised that we’re both trying to solve the “content is out there but not in the right format” problem.
He showed me his newsletter template, and I’ve shamelessly decided to copy it. It goes as follows:
Here are 3 links I think are worth your time this week,
Jest .fn() and .spyOn() spy/stub/mock assertion reference (7 min read): codewithhugo.com/jest-fn-spyon-stub-mock
Josh Comeau’s post goes through how he’s set himself up to deal with the challenges of being a remote worker (10 min read): joshwcomeau.com/posts/remote-work/
Derek Johnson “How is NordVPN unblocking Disney+?” (6 min read): https://medium.com/@derek./how-is-nordvpn-unblocking-disney-6c51045dbc30
The Tweet of the week is a quick back of the math envelope by Pete (from nocsdegree.com) on Wes Bos’ latest course launch.http://twitter.com/petecodes/status/1200175689435144196
This week I picked up The Unicorn Project by Gene Kim. For those familiar with The Phoenix Project, it’s a similar setup: fiction that imitates life in a technology organisation. Where “The Phoenix Project” follows an Ops -> DevOps transformation, “The Unicorn Project” is a development -> DevOps transformation. I really enjoyed both of them, I finished “The Unicorn Project” in 2-3 sittings, it’s that good.