Yet Another Newsletter LOL: The Fast Bun
Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!
Around the Web permalink
I’m sure most folks have probably heard this announcement already, but bun has shipped! Check it out!
A super handy tip when using the browser dev tools in Chromium based browsers
🧐 To avoid seeing errors from extensions in Chrome DevTools, check 'Selected context only'. pic.twitter.com/QW9db4peom— Sam Dutton (@sw12) July 8, 2022
A great talk from Andy Bell about building for the modern web
The recording of my talk, “Be the browser’s mentor, not its micromanager”, at @heypresents is here!— @email@example.com (@piccalilli_) July 5, 2022
I put so much sweat into this talk (also while I did it)—all for a good reason, because I will change how you write CSS by the end https://t.co/rRlHQXRm7V
Rizèl talks about how awesome DevRel is, but it’s not without its flaws.
Fun Stuff permalink
Waffles anyone? I feel like Cassidy made this. 🤣
It finally happened pic.twitter.com/yo2CcrqfpV— Marcin Wichary (@mwichary) July 4, 2022
Words of Wisdom for the Week permalink
At some point I realized that learning to hear and understand people even when they're not communicating very well is a superpower. There is so much more knowledge and wisdom you gain access to when you stop being blocked because people aren't using the "right" words.— Marco Rogers (@polotek) July 8, 2022
VS Code Tip of the Week permalink
Shameless plugs permalink
This past Wednesday, I got to hang with Luca Casonato, Software Engineer at Deno Land Inc and the creator of Fresh, a new full stack web framework for Deno!
Luca explained what Deno is and then did a deep dive into Fresh!
If you aren’t following already, I stream on Twitch at livecoding.ca. Come by and say hi sometime! And for past streams, you can find them on my YouTube channel.
This coming week I’m hanging with Drew Clements from Nacelle to learn all about Vue! Come by and say hi at 5pm UTC this Tuesday (not the usual Wednesday)!
Looking forward to hanging with Drew Clements, @drewclemcr8, next week to learn all about @vuejs!— Nick Taylor (@nickytonline) July 8, 2022
Come by and say hi next Tuesday (not the usual Wednesday) at 5 pm UTC to learn all about Vue at https://t.co/IGCWhdTbZb!
Schedule: https://t.co/DwwjitZqIX pic.twitter.com/ko0TxnvgDg