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L&D budgets for web people

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Some of us are lucky enough to work for companies that offer an β€œeducation stipend” as a benefit. Here are some tips to make the most of it.


logo for smashingCommand-Line Data Manipulation

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Manipulating data with Miller for Smashing magazine. Huge honor, I've been a reader for ever.

My first 6 months as a Developer Advocate

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I’ve been a developer advocate full-time at Contentful for 6 months. I feel extremely fortunate. I love this job so much. There’s an unsaid tradition to write a blog post when you cross the 6-month milestone, so here we go.

How I became a developer advocate

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When I meet developers, β€œHow did you become a developer advocate?” is the question that I get asked the most. This is the long answer.


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My past layoff, what I wish I knew, and some tips if you've been laid off too.

Learning to code in time of crisis

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Whether you’ve been laid off, struggling to make ends meet with the crazy inflation or dissatisfied with your current job, you may have wondered: Could I work in tech?


Things I don’t know

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Here are the (coding-related) things I don't know, as of 2021. In an effort to help junior developers feel more comfortable.

Why I love Audio Drama

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Delving into audio dramas, one of my best discoveries from 2019. Includes my favourites


Nifty command lines: host

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Domain records made less weird. Plus GitHub and Gitlab domain settings.

Nifty command lines

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In this series of articles, I'll share a few command-line tools that have been helpful to me.


2019 in Review

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Another year in review. It's been a unique year in many respects.

2018 in Review

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I write this review well into 2019 already, but who cares? This is mainly for myself, but I enjoy reading these and you probably do too.


Weak References in JavaScript

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Looking at Weak and Strong references in JavaScript. It's a concept front-end developers are not used to.