The world is a mess right now, I know. I don’t really know what to say. No real way to segue to the usual line, so let’ get to it.
Explain the First 10 Lines of Twitter’s Source Code
Write interaction tests in your stories. Now in beta!— Storybook (@storybookjs) February 24, 2022
✅ Test user behavior and automate runs via CLI
🐛 Debug interactively in your browser
⚡️ Run tests in parallel & across browsers
🎭 Powered by Jest, Playwright & Testing Library
🧪 No flakehttps://t.co/MvfdTuNUio pic.twitter.com/Rs4qRIRJ8W
This just looks interesting to me.
A cool use of Web Workers.
🔥 Inline Web Workers without external files https://t.co/sX6YTXF5jF— David Wells (@DavidWells) February 14, 2022
Singer Michael Bolton re-enacting scenes from the film Office Space. If you don’t know who Michael Bolton is, this might not be as funny to you.
More of. a thread of wisdom this week.
Strong fundamentals and programming get you in the door as an engineer.— Louie Bacaj (@LBacaj) February 22, 2022
But to move up, you’ll need people skills.
The top 8 people skills that helped me move from Senior Engineer to Senior Director in 4 short years.
A while back I started a project with Matt Foley for building out a GitHub action that Tweets out to first-time contributors. Here is part 1. Also, no it’s not built in Rust. I hadn’t streamed on my own stream in a while and forgot to update my banner lol. I should probably automate that.
Not much going on this coming week as I’m still on vacation. Snowboarding is on this week’s menu. 🏂🏻