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Bart Wijnants

As Mick Jagger sang it in Sympathy For The Devil: Please allow me to introduce myself. I'm a man of wealth and taste. Well maybe just the first sentence. I'm not quite wealthy and a lot of people will strongly advice against my taste. I'm Bart, father of 2 boys, developer by trade, retired ice hockey player and knowledge sponge. I try to live by the KISS principle but sometimes I keep it more stupid than simple. Peace out.

Testing an Apollo GraphQL server using apollo-server-testing, Jest and msw

Testing an Apollo GraphQL server using apollo-server-testing, Jest and msw

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Agnita: Authentication for Create React App using AWS Cognito

Agnita: Authentication for Create React App using AWS Cognito

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I'm building a blog about building a blog

I'm building a blog about building a blog

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Getting started with TypeScript for Node

Getting started with TypeScript for Node

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retyst: A React Typescript Starter

retyst: A React Typescript Starter

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Continuous deployment to Firebase hosting using Travis CI

Continuous deployment to Firebase hosting using Travis CI

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Incrementally migrate your webpack project to TypeScript

Incrementally migrate your webpack project to TypeScript

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Continuous deployment of a webpack app to multiple environments using Travic CI

Continuous deployment of a webpack app to multiple environments using Travic CI

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Using Prettier and husky to make your commits safe.

Using Prettier and husky to make your commits safe.

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Running tests for .NET and Node.js on Travis CI

Running tests for .NET and Node.js on Travis CI

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