I get asked questions all the time on the gear/setup I use in my home office. Here is a collection of the gear I use (with notes if I think applicable).
I will try to keep it updated. ❤
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The main system that I use day to day is a MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019).
I could definitely do with an upgrade on this system because the memory is pushed to its limit when I…
I help startups create kickass value propositions that sell their business by speaking clearly and directly to their target market.
Now, not only do you know what you’re going to get out of this handy little blog, but you’ve seen a great value proposition already. That’s because the above sentence IS a value proposition. And now, we’re going to build you one — together.
First, let’s back it up a little. What even is a value proposition? A value proposition is literally what it sounds like: it’s a statement about your business’s value — what is the value of your…
This short tippet is just to show some of the settings I have added recently which I have been enjoying and help me be productive longer. I have a tonne of custom settings like format on save and custom themes but the few I have listed here are slightly less conventional but have made a good difference to my workflow.
If you want to see me explain more about the settings and why I like them you can watch the video here or scroll on to just read.
Giving a f*ck might actually save you time! This tool makes me laugh and makes me faster with the command line tools so it’s a win-win.
If you want a video version of this guide where I talk a bit more about the fun:
Or else continue reading. 🧑🏻💻
Today we will look at “The F*ck” which is a super helpful CLI tool that lets you use those suggested commands in the terminal without having to retype everything again.
Have you ever had that frustrating moment where you type a wrong command, something like grabbing a new branch with…
Sometimes you would like to suggest some options to a user as they type something into an input. Maybe there are popular search categories or tags that people are looking for. You could, of course, implement an API driven feature, or if you want to get a quick way for it to be up and running why not just use the
In case you want to watch me mess around with the
datalist tag you can watch it here or else keep scrolling to read.
In this article, we will look at five of my favourite Chrome Extensions that I use nearly every day.
I recently went through my Chrome extensions to clean out all of the ones I hadn’t used recently (over a dozen it turns out). During this time, I took a little time to think which ones I had used over the past week or at least most weeks, and that’s what inspired this article.
A video version of this article:
Lighthouse is an open-source, automated tool for improving the quality of web pages. You can run it against any web…
console.log command. In this video/post, I'm going to show you some alternatives to using just log so you can get much more useful console output.
You can watch my video explanation here or scroll on to keep reading. 💜
⏱ There are timestamps…
Over 20 updates were packed into the new Next.js version 10 update, and in this article, I will go over the big ones. If you are looking for the official word, head over to Next.js’s blog post.
We can now safely update to React 17 with the newest update. When you upgrade to Next.js …
Just 12 months before I started earning over €100,000 a year, I was working selling fine wines in a small shop and building some websites between customers for people. I was earning €400 (before tax) a week or just over €20,000 per year, so I forgive myself a little for the huge mistake I made (from excitement) when my income was over the space of twelve months, literally multiplied. …
Note: All the titles are links to the MDN docs.
Returns the character at the specified index.
"Hello World".charAt(2); // returns "l"
// If we pass no value it defaults to an index of 0
"Hello World".charAt(); // returns "H"
// If we add an index…