My talented wife has been learning to code. Specifically, she’s been learning front-end web development, starting with HTML and CSS. One of her projects as part of a coding bootcamp she joined is to build a basic site with the HTML and CSS she’s learned. She experimented with a CSS-powered dropdown menu on her project…… Continue reading Couples who code together
I spend much of my day interacting with GitHub in one form or another as part of my day job, even though I’m not working at Automattic as a software developer. Between coding little scripts to make me more efficient, and managing or contributing to work-related projects, I use GitHub daily. This is why I…… Continue reading Tips for being productive on GitHub
I really like videos like this: https://youtu.be/HzZxcfVn_08 Open source as a way of doing things has such amazing potential to make our world so much better. Watching videos like this tend to prompt me to revisit my calendar and try find regular blocks of time I can dedicate to my dusty coding projects.
Very geeky question (for me at least): Is it possible to use something like Github to fork code and then customize parts of it using a form field input? I’m thinking about a sort of Git-powered document/code assembly using form fields to modify parts of the code on demand. Is that possible?
I’m pretty interested in Git and +GitHub and whether there is scope to use either in our work. Perhaps if we were working exclusively with plain text files there may be scope as an internal collaboration option. Adding it might just add more complexity to our workflows unless we’re going to replace something with it.…… Continue reading Git or GitHub in our workflows?