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March 11th, 2022: What did you learn this week?

It's that time of the week again. So wonderful devs, what did you learn this week? It could be programming tips, career advice etc.

Yoda wooping someone's butt

Feel free to comment with what you learnt and/or reference your TIL post to give it some more exposure.

#todayilearned

Summarize a concept that is new to you.

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Karan Rawal

I found 2022's best UI frameworks, by Reddit community experts. I created a poll on Reddit and gets awesome suggestions. check this out - reddit.com/r/Frontend/comments/t9g...

And based on this thoughts, I created a post on DEV Community - dev.to/kane_jason/what-ui-framewor...

Hope you all love it. Thank you.

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Nick Taylor Author

Nice!

Nice

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Cesar Aguirre

I learned to use test data as real as possible when doing testing locally or on development environments. I had a bug in a SQL query where I passed the wrong parameters, but it seemed to work fine because I used "1" in all columns as the test value for my local tests. I only realized until I populated my tests with "almost" real data.

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Nick Taylor Author

BB-8 giving a thumbs up

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Maddy

That hackathons are fun! 😁

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Nick Taylor Author

Yeah!

A T-Rex saying Yeah!

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Atul Prajapati

Have you participated in that?

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Maddy

Yes, my company hosted a hackathon yesterday. We grouped together among members of different teams and we built a dummy feature for our e-commerce website. I enjoyed it! ❤️

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Atul Prajapati

Wow that's great

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Atul Prajapati

Competed another responsive website design with Just HTML & CSS

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Webinar booking website template

Webinar booking website template

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Nick Taylor Author

Nice!

Nice

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Nikhil Seth • Edited on

Arch Linux Installation + Setting up a Display Manager, a compositor and some other stuff to make my Linux Distribution run.

Exploring Rich Text Options provided by DatoCMS for the blog that I am setting up on my site.
(PS: Yes, it works).

@nickytonline what are you learning this week?

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Nick Taylor Author

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio as Gatsby doing a cheers

For myself, I'm currently reading up on Remix and going through their tutorials. Looks pretty great so far!

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Thomas Bnt

With my training, I learned to use Flexbox and Grid better.
During my self-taught training, I learned a little bit about the front end in all directions, and so I put aside some basics to better advance.

I think it's great!

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Nick Taylor Author

Lego astronaut saying awesome!

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Pandita

Puppies shouldn't eat grass roots. Learned that the HARD way ;___;

On the technology side, I learned/learning about sparkplug for iiot :3

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Nick Taylor Author

Dog slipping ice and sliding on their belly

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Waylon Walker

git worktrees are not so scary, and are a great tool to keep in your toolbelt.

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Nick Taylor Author

Awesome!

Hackerman from Kung Fury putting on a Nintendo Power glove

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Krishna Pankhania

I am learning how to setup my MacBook M1 for one react native project and I am struggling with it.

Struggle

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Nick Taylor Author

Loki holding KFC

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Mukund Raghav Sharma (Moko)
  • A bunch of more GC things like Condemned Reasons.
  • Windbg debugging galore.
  • .NET Interactive Notebooks.
  • WPF Tables and Flow Documents.
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Nick Taylor Author

Actor Zach Galifianakis giving a thumbs up in a convertible car

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wdrfree

Nice!!!!

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skyridertk

I learnt typescript

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RT

I'm beginning to learn Java. I think you need to review your pages. When first learning control flow, there is a reference to switch before its even taught.

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Mr Shanas

I learned about CI/ CD pipelines and I practiced it by setting up my project with Github Actions for Continuos Integration and connect my project to netlify for Continuos Delivery