I write mainly for myself, but hopefully they help you too!
I've exited the Matrix. You should too.
Why learning the basics is important for beginners
I want to talk about going from knowing a limited amount of programming knowledge to jumping into using libraries like React, or Tailwind, or Bootstrap even. If you like this article, let me know, if not, crucify me - it's fine.
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How to use Next.js in Docker on DigitalOcean with NextAuth
In this short, but potentially growing, post, I want to let you know how I run my Next.js application in Docker on DigitalOcean. This also incorporates Next Auth!
How I went from 277lbs to 225lbs in 1.5 years #DevsWhoRun
I went from 277lbs to 227lbs in 1.5 years. Now things have changed. This is my running journey.
How to gain confidence as a junior developer
These are some things I've learned about gaining confidence as a junior developer.
Networking to get your first web-development job
Landing your first job usually involves sending hundreds of resumes. I want to talk about how networking helped me get my first web development job.
How to avoid "hobby" burnout
Losing one's passion for their hobbies through burnout is incredibly common. Here's how I avoid it.
How I transferred Postgres data using Sequelize
I used Sequelize to migrate data from one Postgres database to another
Why I use React Query
React Query has quickly become my go-to tool for executing API calls
What is the CSS Box Model?
Knowing what the different properties of the CSS box model are, can help you figure out how your content works with padding, margin and borders.
Build a Reddit Scraper: Setting up Dexie.js
Welcome! Today I want to walk you through the basics of setting up Dexie.js.
When to use Flex vs. Grid
In the hottest head-to-head to ever arise since the dawn of man. We will talk about the differences between Flex and Grid.
Build a Reddit Scraper: Composing Messages
Build a Reddit Scraper: Authenticating With Reddit OAuth
Why do I Use Custom React Hooks?
React hooks exist, but sometimes it can be hard to know when to use a custom hook to make your state more maneuverable.
Build a Reddit Scraper: Problem & Solution
What is semantic HTML?
Semantic HTML is something every developer should know. Which elements to use and why, and what role they play.
A ternary operator is a quick and dirty way to write one-liner if statements.
Build a Reddit Scraper: Fetching Posts
The first step to making our Reddit scraper an actual product, is getting actual posts.