Are you taking a break? Extended weekends? A few weeks off? You probably should — if you can afford it! Either way, here are the most popular articles of the week you might have missed, according to our followers.
Time Tracking Tools for Your Coding Tasks (Jordi Cabot)
Reliable automated time tracking tools are few and far between. Here’s a list of the most common ones.
Sure, there are tens (hundreds?) of time tracking tools out there (I use toggl), but very few have explicit support for coding related tasks
Bitcoin is fake money? Don’t believe fake news when it comes to Bitcoin.
In other words, as more people are starting to get interested in Bitcoin, the amount of transactions used for illegal activities is declining — the new wave of Bitcoin enthusiasts are embracing the idea of using it for different purposes, whether it is to conduct legal transactions, hold for investments, or other uses.
QuickStart a Vue.js App Using a CMS API (Carson Gibbons)
A very quick overview of how to use Vue to drive your next custom CMS project.
Cosmic JS is an example of a robust headless CMS and API that’s promoting collaboration on cross-functional teams to build apps faster. Get started building Cosmic-powered apps in seconds 🚀 We have Node.js, React, Vue, Gatsby and Serverless Starters to help you get your project started quickly.
QuickStart a Gatsby Application Using a Headless CMS API (Carson Gibbons)
A slightly different version of the article above. I’m guessing Gatsby is a hot topic. I wonder why…
When ditching the installed content management system and going API-first isn’t quick enough, check out the Starter Apps from Cosmic JS to get a project up and running in seconds. Cosmic JS integrates easily with Gatsby for an automated build process that allows you to maintain zippy static speed with dynamic content changes.
Why I dress up for my tech job (Rita Kozlov)
Dress up like you mean it. Your job depends on it.
A hashtag does not solve unconscious biases overnight. When I walk into a room alongside a male Account Manager, it is assumed that I am not the engineer in the room.