Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!
I’m sure most folks have probably heard this announcement already, but bun has shipped! Check it out!
A super handy tip when using the browser dev tools in Chromium based browsers
🧐 To avoid seeing errors from extensions in Chrome DevTools, check ‘Selected context only’. pic.twitter.com/QW9db4peom— Sam Dutton (@sw12) July 8, 2022
A great talk from Andy Bell about building for the modern web
The recording of my talk, “Be the browser’s mentor, not its micromanager”, at @heypresents is here!— email@example.com (@piccalilli_) July 5, 2022
I put so much sweat into this talk (also while I did it)—all for a good reason, because I will change how you write CSS by the end https://t.co/rRlHQXRm7V
Rizèl talks about how awesome DevRel is, but it’s not without its flaws.
Waffles anyone? I feel like Cassidy made this. 🤣
At some point I realized that learning to hear and understand people even when they’re not communicating very well is a superpower. There is so much more knowledge and wisdom you gain access to when you stop being blocked because people aren’t using the “right” words.— Marco Rogers (@polotek) July 8, 2022
This past Wednesday, I got to hang with Luca Casonato, Software Engineer at Deno Land Inc and the creator of Fresh, a new full stack web framework for Deno!
Looking forward to hanging with Drew Clements, @drewclemcr8, next week to learn all about @vuejs!— Nick Taylor (@nickytonline) July 8, 2022
Come by and say hi next Tuesday (not the usual Wednesday) at 5 pm UTC to learn all about Vue at https://t.co/IGCWhdTbZb!
Schedule: https://t.co/DwwjitZqIX pic.twitter.com/ko0TxnvgDg