Did you know you can specify a social media preview image for your GitHub projects? Neither did I The social media preview image is different from any images you add to your repo’s folders or on your README. I was browsing the settings for one of my repositories when I came across this. I decided […]
A best practice when using version control like git, is that commits should be small and relate to one aspect of your codebase. For example, a commit should include a correction for one function, in one part of your app, and not an update to a function, a new fetch request, and documentation changes. Think […]
I enjoy participating in Twitter Chats. Sometimes, I forget when my faves are, or, forget to flag new ones to check out later. So, to help keep them all in one place (and to discover more) I created a Twitter Tech Chat repo on Github with a list of some of the tech-related Twitter chats […]
Resources and links related to my Codeland talk “What I Learned From Managing My First Open Source Project on Github”
It’s official! I will be speaking at Codeland in 2018!