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[BAWD #11] Jamstack for .NET Developers 🤯
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Featured Articles ✍️🏾
Email Analysis Using Python 3 (Part I) by Yoma Okobiah
Introducing Open Web Docs by Robert Nyman
How To Solve the Quality vs Consistency Debate by Shawn @Swyx Wang
A practical guide to web app performance debugging by Tapas Adhikary
Featured Talks 🎙️
Book Recommendations 📚
Special Updates 🔊
I'm creating a curated list of resources about using the JAMstack. Do check it out and ensure to contribute if you get the time.
Want to level up your VSCode skills with Vim? Check out the Vim for VSCode course by Joe Privite.
For most students, real-world developer tools can be cost-prohibitive. Check out the GitHub Student Developer Pack, which gives students free access to the best developer tools in one place so they can learn by doing.
Watch the Intro to GitHub Actions for Test Automation webinar recording — with Angie Jones and Brian Douglas.
Can .NET developers really utilize the Jamstack? Yes, they can use their existing .NET skills with the Jamstack architecture. Check out this article from Netlify’s blog to learn more.
This complete guide explains everything about CSS flexbox, focusing on all the different possible properties for the parent element (flex container) and the child elements (flex items).
Interested in learning more about cloud engineering? Obinna hosts live streams to explain core cloud concepts like IAM, EC2, Google Kubernetes Engine, S3, Route 53, etc. You can watch his past streams here.
Featured Tweets 😍
Quote of the day 💙
“Of all the knowledge that we can ever obtain, the knowledge of God, and the knowledge of ourselves, are the most important” ― Jonathan Edwards
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