In this potluck episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott answer your questions about what to do with client projects, testing animations, evaluating front-end frameworks, tools to use when learning, and coding related injuries.
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- 00:10 Welcome
- 00:25 Sponsor: Sentry
- 01:22 Landscaping update
- 02:27 What do you do when you are done a client project?
- 10:09 Should I keep animations in our tests so our tests match prod behavior?
- 14:05 How does ChatGPT fill the responses to the prompt?
- 17:14 What is the best way to evaluate and choose a front-end framework for a project?
- 21:10 Should functions only be used strictly for code that is going to be re-used?
- 26:03 What kind of tools and processes do you use when learning?
- Roam Research – A note taking tool for networked thought.
- 30:19 What are your opinions on using "display: grid" simply to be able use the gap property on the elements inside?
- 33:57 What do you guys think of being a 1-language dev?
- 36:38 What are some tips you have to push back on requirements from clients?
- 41:11 Have you guys ever had any coding related stress injuries, like back issues or carpal tunnel?
- MoErgo Glove80 Wireless Split Ergonomic Keyboard
- GitHub Next | Hey, GitHub!
- 48:41 What do you think of using "Feature Flags" in the codebase to enable / disable features at runtime?
- 51:19 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ×××