I've found that when I can make junior developers feel comfortable, they're more likley to ask questions, speak up, and point out mistakes.
If you want peace of mind for all of your data, I highly recommend integrating Zod (or another schema validation library) into your project.
Since I've started actively trying to improve my developer vocabulary, I've seen benefits that extend beyond mentoring other developers.
As far as I’m aware, there isn’t a built-in solution for statically typing a configuration for CDK. So after a bit of research, I created a way of doing it!
With the rise of remote work, the possibility of a working vacation became an appealing option for seeing the world while still preserving paid time off.
Finding holes in your knowledge also identifies areas where you can grow. If I identify what I don’t know, it’s easier for me to discover something new.