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Jason makes learning fun & approachable.
Jason has been teaching developers of all skill levels how to code for over a decade. He specializes in live coding, simplifying complex topics into relatable analogies and demos, and shoehorning corgi references into every project.
Jason shares stories about code (and not-code).
Yak shaving, meta-work, and why they might just be the most important part of making meaningful progress.
If you write software, you’ve already built a design system. But how can you make sure it’s making you more efficient and not wasting your time? Check this post out to learn how!
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Make sure your content stands out in social media timelines by automatically generating social media sharing cards for your blog posts.
Jamstack sites are great for creating highly dynamic, asynchronous interactions. With some small adjustments to how we think about our code, we can create fun, immersive interactions using only static assets!
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User experience and performance are aligned–in theory. Jason Lengstorf gets into the paradox of how the steps we take to make things easier for our users might actually be making things worse…
The “right” or “wrong” decision depends on who you are. How can you be more sure you’re making the right decision for you? Know what you’re optimizing for!
Learn how to accept money on Jamstack sites in this tutorial (with videos)! Use Stripe Checkout & Netlify Functions to add e-commerce in minutes.
One of the more powerful concepts I’ve stumbled across recently is the idea of abstract syntax trees, or ASTs.
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Are you already using the Jamstack? Boost your understanding of modern web dev and learn what the Jamstack is — and what it’s not — in this overview.
How can we design systems that are friendly to beginners, but accessible to experts? There’s no one-size-fits-all solution — we need layers of abstraction.
Gatsby is one of the most popular front-end tools in web development today. Learn what it is, what it’s best at, and whether or not it’s right for your site.
The best chefs rely on mise en place to guarantee every meal comes out right. It’s also a killer productivity hack. Here’s how you can start using it today.
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