I maintain a weekly newsletter to share what I learn
Burnout is a mythical creature that sounds like excuses a lazy person would make until you experience it for yourself.
14. Taking one step back and four steps forward
I spent the last week with my team standing in front of whiteboards planning, here's what I realised.
13. Should frontend developers learn data structures?
To understand how to do well in an interview, you need to put yourself in the company's shoes.
12. Rebuilding my website with Gatsby in 15 minutes
The fomo is real. Finally tried out Gatsby and was way easier than I expected!
11. On golden handcuffs
When you don't love your job, but love your salary
10. Generating images on the fly using puppeteer
We did a fun twitter sharing thing for stackstickers generating screenshots on the fly, here's how
9. Contributing to open source is overrated
I used to think contributing to open source is cool. It's the next step you take as a developer.
8. Video games and React state
There is a lot we can learn from video games. Modern games render hi-def graphics based on heavy calculations and still run smoothly.
7. Startup or big company, where should you work?
Last year, I was looking for a new job and this question was stuck in my head. Should I join a big famous company or a small startup?
6. Five minute guide to React
If you have been hearing about React but didn't find time to get into it, that's perfect. Let me teach React to you. If you already use React, this is still going to be useful for you.
5. ️Work doesn't happen at work
My thoughts about the workplace have changed a lot over time. I now believe that work doesn't happen at work.
4. ️How do you measure your personal growth?
Oh man, this is a hard one. Dipti asked me a while back and I've been thinking about it again last week.
3. How do you start a side project
This week's newsletter is full of practical ideas that you can apply! I'm really happy with how this came out
2. The best way to learn something
Learning for the sake of learning can be demotivating. Here's my way of learning that almost always works
1. How do you decide what to work on?
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