Like many developers, I used iTerm2 for all my terminal needs, but a coworker recently told me about a new terminal called Warp that's built in Rust.
As a new dev, I needed a process for reviewing pull requests that allowed me to feel confident. Here are four questions I ask for every PR I review.
On a recent project, we needed to add a new AWS Lambda that would touch an already existing relational database service (RDS) instance. Here's our solution.
I found that iTerm2 has a Python API that you can use to write some really useful scripts that make running your software projects locally a lot easier.
Drilling the codebase can help answer many questions without assistance and help you build confidence as an entry-level developer.
Having an organized desktop each day helps me move quickly from application to application and lets me focus on the more important parts of my job.