Podcast Interview on You are TechY
Plus using Git submodules for private content and an article on template strings
|Tania Rascia||Jul 22|| 10|
Hey there! Happy Wednesday. Hope your day is going well. Today I have a podcast for you, and two articles. (I promise to double check the URLs this time.)
I had a fun conversation with Ellen about clean code, working with teams, interviewing, teaching, and more. Hope you take a listen. I’m kind of enjoying this whole podcast thing and was thinking of starting my own podcast with some friends, touching on development related topics - think you’d be interested at all? I’m open to ideas.
I updated my blog to move all the content (images, posts) over to a private submodule. I like having everything open source and I liked having people be able to edit, but a lot of people would just fork the site, change the name, and keep all the content, which was leading to a lot of duplicated content all over the web, so I figured I’d make it private so it wasn’t quite so simple to do that. I had a few people ask me how to set up and use submodules, so here it is.
Another standard fundamentals article for DigitalOcean, this time on ES6 template strings. There’s a neat aspect to them that most people don’t consider or use, which is tagged templates, used by graphQL, styled components, i18n, and other popular libraries.
That’s it for now. I also wrote a wilderness backpacking gear list and changed up my website layout yet again. The next things I’d like to write about is planning sorting/pagination/filters on API endpoints, and Webpack.
Have a great day! As always, feel free to reply to this email to contact me.