Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!
Around the Web
The Astro 2.0 Beta has a great new feature called Collections that let you manage Markdown and MDX content in your project. This interests me as an Eleventy user since they also have the concept of collections.
Congrats to the Deno team on a great year. Lots of goodness in this in year review post. It’s exciting to see npm package support in there, along with the Fresh web framework and more! If you still need to give Deno a look, I encourage you to check it out.
Whether you like Tailwind or not, many folks are using it, so this is a good move by the Remix team to grow their adoption. feat: add built-in PostCSS and Tailwind support #5229
The Tweet in the newsletter sent out today was deleted, so I’ve updated it with a post from Reddit.
Nature is cool. That Kiwi egg is enormous!
Words of Wisdom for the Week
No deep quotes or anything this week, but something that ties into last week’s fun stuff.
Remember to take breaks and step away from your desk when things aren’t clicking, or you’re stuck on a bug. This is obvious information, but it’s always a good reminder, even for myself. 😅
Mark Noonan, Senior Engineer @ Cypress joined me on my Twitch stream a couple of weeks ago. Mark walked us through the features of component testing, and we also enhanced some tests for a Vue application. Check it out!
PlanetScale is hiring for engineers and designers North America (Remote)
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