A week in words This week has been a good one, I have managed to throw a few solid hours into the React Native course. I have also managed…
A week in words React Native, Nothing less, nothing more! Project Chat Lots and lots of React Native this week. I have an idea for a new…
A week in words 10 weeks already since I started doing a weekly newsletter, I can’t believe how quick it has gone! My relaxing break is over…
The week I impulse purchased a mac, started learning React Native, and spent some time in cumbria winding down!
Front end wizard has been released, A well-earned rest, and time to start thinking of the next project... Already.
Front end wizard has had a complete overhaul and is now live! What's changed? Find out.
SEO and Performance tweaks to venison.dev and huge progress on Front End Wizard, Expect a release soon!
First thought's on Svelte. Venison.dev has officially launched and Front End Wizard progresses, its been a busy week.
Learn how to set up a React + TypeScript project from scratch in minutes with Parcel.js. Check out the progress on the FrontEndWizard project, which has now officially kicked off.
Real progress on TypeScript this week, how to install d.ts typings in your projects! Project planning begins for Front End Wizard. How I have been balancing remote working during the COVID pandemic?
Welcome to the third newsletter. GitHub's getting messy again, time for a spring-clean and how far have I got with TS in a week
Welcome to the second newsletter. Is redux dead? Why are we still asking this question? Deciding to go nuclear on an old project and start from scratch and finally jumping into TypeScript.
Welcome to my first attempt at a newsletter, a roundup of what I have been doing in the last week and cool resources I have found. Hopefully these get better with time.
For the last 3-4 years, I have worked in 2 companies. Both times I have been working as a sole front end developer. This has been a great experience in learning how to handle my time effectively to deliver results across multiple teams. This blog post is a selection of tips for managing time & expectations.
If you have read any of my blog posts before you may think this title is a bit weird. It was only a year ago that I did a blog post about attending my first conference. Fast forward one year and I am now talking at the same conference. how in gods name did this happen?
The rise of bootstrap over the years has been great and whilst I have admired it for a while, for me personally, the tables have turned. For years it has been a blessing. A way to quickly build up websites with minimal effort. I don't have to think when I'm using it. I go to the documentation and copy a snippet of code and I am good to go. What went wrong?
I thought I would write this blog post about why you should go to conferences and how you should go about taking things away from them. After all, if you pay the price for the tickets you want to make sure you egt the most out of it!