By having prefixes and a structure by type, project name, and environment, it will be faster for your eyes to spot resources and easier to remember. It also works great with IaC.
I have been using Hugo to generate my blog, but since I'm not so comfortable with Go, I wanted to try out something fresh and familiar. Between Gridsome and Nuxt, I chose Nuxt.
You can see Disqus on most blogs, but there are multiple privacy-respecting, cheap and appealing alternatives. I have decided to add Hyvor Talk to my blog.
Part of a good DevOps routine is to have the infrastructure as code. This way you can utilize a high level of control with source control. You can also effortlessly spin up another identical environment.
DevOps is a big trend now and I guess most developers and IT people, in general, know about it. But I will try to provide an overview in this article so you can know for sure what DevOps is.
It has never been easier to deploy software than it is today. Cloud computing, PaaS, and Saas have made software deployment easier than boiling water using a kettle. As a developer, you do not need to have server expertise and with that, you can focus on what matters.
Sweet ligatures. They make the code more expressive and easier to read. I can't go back anymore now. There are gorgeous arrows and sassy comparisons all over my lizard brain. I welcome you to the world of open source code fonts with well-made ligatures and finely tuned spacing.
I have decided to start a blog focused on developer stuff and also probably some design/UX stuff. The goal is to keep this blog fresh with at least one new entry each month. You can expect to see posts about technologies such as Vue, ASP.NET, C#, TypeScript, and others. This is my first attempt at a proper dev blog so I guess it needs some time to find itself.