It’s always hard to find the right balance between huge changes and small improvements.
I wrote down a few stories of @figmadesign engineers working on small things that matter, and how we go about figuring out what bugs are worth fighting for.
I've completed the Full Stack Open 2020 yesterday. It took me 6 months on and off. The course is very well structured and there are many projects and exercises to make. I do recommend it.
I'm halfway through the Full Stack Open course and I can highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about React, Redux, Node.js, MongoDB, TypeScript, GraphQL and testing.
Day 100/100: Today I was working on the Information Security & QA challenges on #freeCodeCamp and I learned about sessions and user authentication.
It's the last day of #100DaysOfCode and I'm happy I did it :)
Day 94/100: Today I started the Information Security and QA challenges on #freeCodeCamp and I learned about Helmet. I'm also going through the MDN docs about Node.js, Express and Mongoose and they're very helpful and informative.
Days 87-89/100: I finished the Exercise Tracker REST API project on #freeCodeCamp. One more to go! I used Node.js, Express and Mongoose this time.
"Every day it gets a little easier. But you gotta do it every day, that's the hard part." — BoJack Horseman