Rushing Labs

  • It feels like every time I step away from React and come back something has changed. This time it was useEffect. This turns into a walk through learning how an old data fetching habit led me to see a design flaw and reflect on error messages and documentation.

  • Upon starting a new job, I was challenged by for the first time being in a place that doesn't use any language I have previous/extensive experience in. So, I thought it would be interesting to capture some first impressions about getting into Python and these frameworks. Learning curve and mistakes imminent...

  • And it's been a long time coming.

  • I recently started creating a new series for others looking to learn JavaScript. Why? Because after 6 years with the language, I discovered that I didn't really know it, and I know it's because I only ever learned what I needed in the moment. I never stopped to really focus on the fundamentals, just regular vanilla JavaScript. And after 5 minutes focusing on that idea about fundamentals...I'm wondering, "Can JavaScript be learned with just a browser and text editor?"

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