Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!
Ladle is a tool for developing and testing your React components in an environment that’s isolated and faster than most real-world applications. It supports Component Story Format - a concept widely popular thanks to Storybook. In fact, Ladle has been developed as a drop-in replacement of Storybook - it should already work with your existing stories.
For folks building communities, Kurt’s got your back if Discord is your jam
Three years into the pandemic and a lot of community activities have moved completely virtual. Because of this, more and more Discord servers are popping up daily. In this guide you’ll find everything you need to configure Discord to work for you, not against you.
A great post from Jason Lengstorf on leading teams
Setting engineering teams up for success
This just cracked me up
Scientists have renamed 27 human genes to stop Microsoft Excel misreading them as dates. The changes have been underway for the past year but have been formally announced as new guidelines published by the HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee. Scientist are overjoyed but annoyed Microsoft didn’t make the changes itself.
I’ve been off work since Wednesday and I am starting a new role on April 4th! Stay tuned! It’s been a fun 2.25 years at Forem/dev.to!
This was my last week at Forem, so it also meant my last DEV Twitch stream. Thanks for joining me, Stacie Taylor! I loved our convos about The Collab Lab, career, and all the things!
Stacie Taylor, Engineering Team Lead at Zapier and Co-founder at Collab Lab
And a big thanks to everyone that tuned in to the stream these past couple of years. ♥️
I wrote a couple of articles this past week. One is about the work I did at Forem. The other is a handy tool I use with new projects. Check'em out!
This is my first post about impact. What do I mean by impact? How did you influence the place where… Tagged with career.
I’ve done this a few times on a live stream and there is always someone unaware of this so I wanted to share.
Assuming you have Node.js installed on your machine, you can run npx gitignore your_language, e.g. npx gitignore node, and it will generate …
I started work on my Deepgram hackathon project. I’m not sure how far I’ll get, but streaming on my own stream again has been super fun!
Deepgram Hackathon Project Part I