It’s been another week, how are y’all doing?
Love the quote? My friend @tzyinc has been posting wisdom daily on his twitter.
This tweet itself could be interpreted in multitude of ways, my personal take is this: the most important thing is not about the fix, its about what we’ve learned about the problem, and where we want to be next.
If the problem itself is a programming error, coding error (what), is there a way we can improve ourselves (where) to avoid this problem in the future?
If the problem is a common mistake due to bad tooling (what), is there a way we can build a better tooling (where) to avoid it in the future?
“Juniors collect solutions. Seniors collect patterns”
“Juniors fix bugs after they create them. Seniors use tooling and careful design to avoid repeating bugs.”
— The Coding Career Handbook
Last Sunday was Svelte Summit, and I planned to summarise all the talks and share with y’all in this newsletter. It’s taking more effort that I imagined to rewatch all the talks and noting down all the key points in the talk.
Well, Achim Vedam summarised all the talks in a gist, so I can do it too!
For those who have been following me on Twitter, I’ve been posting summary on Twitter talk by talk.
For thos who don’t frequent Twitter, I’ve written them in my blog too.
Which brings me to the next thing I would like to share…
I’ve realised that not everyone is on Twitter, just as not everyone’s preferred learning mode is to read articles.
And probably you may have noticed, whenever I share a link in this newsletter, I’ve tried to share a Twitter thread and a link to my blog site.
(Well, for now most of my Twitter thread converted articles are still “tweet”-alike, except the code snippets is actual text instead of image).
Since the I’ve done my research into the subject before writing it out as a Tweet / blog, I decided to extend it into a video form as well.
So, welcome drumroll… to my new YouTube channel!
I’ll curate all my past talks, as well going to video-ify (if there’s such a word) my previous articles, and of course create new video content in it too!
YouTube, Twitter, and blog; each of them has it’s own edge in terms of delivering content. And probably you may notice my content, whether they are blog-first, tweet-first or video-first approach.
Anyway, enough of my rant.
Please do subscribe my YouTube channel, I’ll create more content in it!
For those who have followed me in my previous newsletter, week 2 for the building a webpack clone workshop is out! It’s about bundling, and both the key concepts and assignments is out, and you can check them out here!
And that’s the end of this week! Hope you enjoyed.
Until next time, friends! 👋