Yet Another Newsletter LOL: Surely you Jest
Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!
Around the Web permalink
Jest 28 is out with a bunch of improvements including some speed up for CI.
My coworker Eduardo wrote up a really great deep dive into Netlify Edge functions. If that’s your jam, read on…
This is a great resource care of Andy Bell. Andy is so damn talented. Give him a follow on Twitter if you aren’t already! I’ve added this to my Frontend Developer Resources 2022 post, so check that out too while you’re here!
If you’re diggin’ https://t.co/n7IW5Cr5Rz, I popped it on @glitch so you can play with the source code. https://t.co/Wztnpj8ZN0 pic.twitter.com/MgTJLEOJjE— @firstname.lastname@example.org (@piccalilli_) April 22, 2022
More TypeScript goodness care of Matt Pocock, if it’s your type of language.
TypeScript Tips and Tricks with @mpocock1 and @burkeholland was so great! https://t.co/8hRpGnS7aRhttps://t.co/ZWpGi6VKPK was a really great demonstration of advanced TypeScript. Thanks peeps!— Nick Taylor (@nickytonline) April 27, 2022
Fun Stuff permalink
My old coworker Molly with some dank memes as always
Don't touch it pic.twitter.com/7tZwo4QCPY— Molly Struve 🦄 (@molly_struve) April 25, 2022
Andddd straight to Bingo Clash... 💸 pic.twitter.com/5FxB8acOfr— Pocket7Games (@Pocket7G) April 17, 2022
Words of Wisdom for the Week permalink
People remember how you made them feel🤞🏼— cami ᵍᵐ (@camiinthisthang) April 26, 2022
Shameless plugs permalink
Not a shameless plug per se, but I’m feeling like I’m fitting in it at the new job. 😎
I’m definitely feeling like I’m settling into the new role. 😎 pic.twitter.com/kXzJEmTMA9— Nick Taylor (@nickytonline) April 26, 2022