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Quick tip: Non-standard npm module resolution

You’ve used index.js, but what happens when you can’t? Here’s a quick way to resolve non-standard entry files for Node.js.

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How I solve complex problems

Solving complex problems is something every developer will do. This is my approach.

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Preserve intent with architecture decision records

The first thing I want to do when I dig into a new codebase is learn everything about it. The second thing I want to do is rewrite it. Whether you’re trying to do the former or the latter, architecture decision records (ADRs) can help.

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From Notion to Eleventy part 1: The Notion API

Join me as I begin a new series that explores how to connect Notion to Eleventy. Really it’s just an excuse to improve my personal blogging workflow.

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Brad Frost on how to use Storybook

Brad Frost recently appeared on the new Storytime podcast with Chantastic to talk about how he uses Storybook to build design systems. The show features a great discussion regarding how Frost’s Atomic Design philosophy has been applied to the popular UI development tool. If you haven’t already, I highly recommend checking the episode out.

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The one where 'this' is undefined

Join me in my descent into madness as I troubleshoot this. And maybe, just maybe, we’ll learn a bit about life. But mostly madness.

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How I blog in 2022

I’m starting a new blogging challenge this year.

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Year-end review 2021

2021 proved to be an eventful year for many of us. Personally, my year brought tremendous successes, failures, victories, and heartbreak. These last 365 days have felt like an entire lifetime!

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Kicking Sass to the curb

Sass has been my go to CSS preprocessor for years, but with a recent CSS feature boom, it’s a good time to revisit whether or not I can lean completely on native CSS for all my Sass.

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