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🧐 Spiders & Bots love SSR

Bots and crawlers have a thing against single page apps. This is where SSR comes in and why.

29th Aug, 2022

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🚧 There's more to JavaScript than just console.log()

As a frontend dev, console.log() is necessary. But there's more to debugging than just littering it everywhere. The thing about console.log() is that it's more than just a utility tool that helps us debug. It is also something that you can put inside your error handling process to

21st Aug, 2022

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💡 We need to talk about React

Over the past few weeks, I've been immersing myself in React - specifically, Next.js. While React can be fun, the differences between function and class-based component construction can throw off newbies. It also doesn't help that tutorials mix and match them without much context or explanation. Personally, I've come

14th Aug, 2022

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Dev Freebies and Ways To Upskill

Another week, another newsletter 💌 This week has been pretty intense for me - from playing with Next.js SSR and learning how to use Chakra UI. Here's what I learned from the process of learning something new: * it's always hardest at the start * what you know doesn't become real until

7th Aug, 2022

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Productivity is in the tools you use

As I get back into the groove of weekend projects, I find myself optimizing my workflow. We often associate productivity with our abilities to stay focused. But as software developers and engineers, our tools are as equally important - or more importantly, the extensions and plugins we utilize in our

31st Jul, 2022

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Useful random finds, curated for you

This isn't the first time I've tried to do a newsletter. In part, I've been quite bad with sending out newsletters regularly. Recently, I've decided to commit myself to 52 weeks of newsletter writing and go from there. If you still remember me (and subscribing to me), thank you. If

24th Jul, 2022

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#004: The Week In Stories —AI-driven fruit growing to SaaS bridge

This week of {Tech & Dev} includes a varied list of articles and tech finds across the web. From AI-driven fruit growing (mmmmmmm….yummier fruit, that is) to things you didn’t know you could do in Chrome — I hope you enjoy my selection for this week’s stories. 1. Add

21st Feb, 2022

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#003: The Week In Stories — React, Supabase, Next.js, and tech things

Without further ado, let’s dive into this week’s stories. Top 10 JavaScript CSV Parsers CSV — love them or hate them, they are part of many businesses and how they operate. These comma-separated values come in the form of a text file with a specific format that allows for

15th Feb, 2022

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#002: The Week In Stories — Metaverse, Deno, and WebHooks

Hi all! Welcome to another edition of {Tech & Dev} Newsletter. This week is all about the metaverse, remote work, and tech things with movies to watch list (if you haven’t seen them) at the end. Without further ado, let’s dive into this week’s stories. Metaverse jobs are

7th Feb, 2022

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#001: The Week In Stories - Tech Salaries, Freebies, and Dev Things

At the beginning of this year, I made a goal for myself to be more consistent with creating things — whether it be through my writing or making mini-apps on the side to learn new things and keep up with the tech. The point is that I make and keep making

1st Feb, 2022

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