Joel's Blog posts by year - page 2
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Posts from 2019:
11 Feb 2019
facebook open source oss
During my usual R&D web browsing at work, I discovered the following video on Youtube which documents the creation of GraphQL. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=783ccP__No8 This got me thinking that I should create a huge list of tools that have been open sourced by big technology companies, so this is exactly what I did Read the blog post: Software Tools big tech companies have released as Open Source https://opensource.facebook.com/Read full post: My backend is faster than yours......
11 Feb 2019
Warning: Dirty minded people have probably read this title wrong 🍑 As a full stack developer, something I’ve been thinking about for a long time is that there are just so many combinations of tech stacks this day in age. Evaluating different frameworks for a website’s front-end is pretty easy. My trail of thought usually goes something like the following:Read full post: My backend is faster than yours......
02 Feb 2019
A little bit about Jekyll Jekyll is powered by a subset language called Liquid. If you’ve ever done any Shopify development, or Mailchimp newsletter development in the past then you may be aware of what the liquid templating language is. To keep things simple, Liquid allows you to perform operations on . ‘piped through’ to other functions. https://shopify.github.io/liquid/Read full post: Top resources for Jekyll Website Development...
01 Jan 2019
Cardiff Wales Best City
The city boasts a range of opportunities to those living in it. Being an avid traveller myself, I encourage anyone to consider visiting Cardiff. You won’t be let down by what the City has to offer, I promise you. Cardiff’s diversity is becoming more wide spread and there are now people here from all over the world. Scared you won’t fit in here? I bet you will. Here are my top 10 reasons why I think Cardiff is the greatest City in the world:Read full post: 10 Reasons Why Cardiff Is the Best City In The World...