Visual Studio is an excellent integrated development environment (IDE), but sometimes it needs a little hand-holding. Throughout my experience with VS Code, it has never delivered on project-wide type checking and linting. Rather than getting instant feedback from my IDE, I’ve had to rely on my build process as a type checker. Type errors only […]
I recently started using Exercism to enhance my proficiency with Ruby. It’s an excellent tool for learning a new language or refining your knowledge in a language you already know. The best part about it is that you can submit your solutions for a mentor to review and provide feedback.
If you’re using TypeScript, you probably lint your code with TSLint. It has tons of useful presets that can be easily configured to your liking. Perhaps, though, you want to dig a bit deeper and create rules of your own. In this post, I’ll walk you through the steps I took to create my first […]