What I’ve done
Friday, I finished all the documentation for our new React environment I’ve set up at my day job. It was a new experience to think through how to best present documentation for lots of different types of people who may be looking at my repo (now or in the future). I’d love some feedback so I can learn to write better documentation.
What I’m working on
Today, I’ll mostly be working on building out components for the feature I’m supposed to ship within the next couple of weeks at Trinity. Most of the day will probably be spent pairing with the other frontend dev.
This evening, I’ll probably also work on a few things for DevLifts:
- UX Review of our existing site (we’re getting ready to start a design system)
- Set up payment re-try settings in Stripe (for failed membership charges)
- Set up new MailChimp automation to get testimonials from members having a good experience and to notify me to reach out directly if someone is having a bad experience
And at some point today I have to get a quote out to a client for a new project.
Right now, I mostly feel blocked just by the sheer amount of things going on. If I can get past my own mental fog, I’ll be golden.
Here’s a few links to things I’ve read, watched, or listened to:
- How to test Redux – short video from Kent C. Dodds
- Using polyfill.io – another short video from KCD, really cool service!
- Can you solve the wizard standoff riddle? – Not coding related, just a little YouTube hole I fell into. I didn’t solve it either. Bummer.
- Writing Command Line Applications in NodeJS – Nice article I checked out while working on Fit CLI
- Creating a project generator with Node – Another good article related to the CLI
- Build an Interactive Command Line Application with Node.js – *Another* one
- Building command line tools with Node.js – annnnd another one