I can’t believe I am doing this. It’s been a while since my last try to do n-days long challenge hoping that this time will be different. Anyway I have a side project which needs to be finished and my stubbornness prevents me from abandoning it (SlothCMS was killed and resurrected several times in the last year and a half.), so this series of posts will serve as debriefing and lesson learned. (It’s only November thing, I promise.)
During my career in tech as a developer I’ve encountered several ways how to make a web site or app. Let’s talk about different formats that you can get.
2-in-1 laptop is great until you need a proper laptop to work on. So why do humans in companies think that 2-in-1 developers are any better?
Last year I started working on SlothCMS, it’s still in progress but it’s completely different project than when it started.
A year ago when I started with SlothCMS I had some plans. I failed all of them. In this post I’d like to talk where and why I did failed.
Not all disabilities are treated equally and you can’t create 100% accessible space. Those two rules are absolute. What you can do is to create things which can be easily made accessible. CSS Tricks is tricky but it can be made accessible for a subset of people living with anxiety.
This is apparently an annual post about not being good enough in your own eyes.
To solidify what I’ve learned so far in a Udemy course I’ve decided to write about a visualization of changes in GDP and life expectancy and since I am a bit of rebel I did couple of changes that weren’t initially in the assignment but sounded interesting.
Even though my day job requires me to write code and tests for the code, my main mode of operations are workflows. So when I started writing SlothCMS my starting point was the initial wizard where users set things up.