I spent a bit of time creating a from scratch to full web dev environment with WSL and Fedora 33
If you use WSL already this will get you from install to e2e testing in under 30 minutes!
"How do you stay motivated all the time?"
I don't. I started #100DaysOfCode back in December 2016 and made sure I made a commit each day.
Now it's a habit!
This is my experience, yours will differ!
2021 is the year of client projects. 2020 was interview hell. Hit me up if you or someone you know wants something built. 🦩🔥
So I wrote a little something...
Feedback welcome :)
My mind was already 🤯 today!!
Now Craig comes in with this!!
I haven't written one line of code today!!!
Now I have to mess around trying this!!
@firstname.lastname@example.org Yup! A fun one to try is the mini root file system on Alpine's download page
You can also export any docker container to a tar file using `docker export` and then import that into WSL!
Capybara tandem bike
Daily checklist time!
Better late than never, right?
I managed to do a morning and afternoon walk! You proud of me @PaulieScanlon@twitter.com
✨ Gatsby 2.30.0
🌅Gatsby Image (beta) improvements
- Remote image support
- AVIF support
🚧SSR during development
⚡30% faster image transformations
🔎Query on Demand & Lazy Images during development
There also another good resource on the post for other #Linux distributions:
Get's around the broken Snap dependency 👍
Link in next tweet 👇
For some reason you can't `sudo apt install chromium` on Ubuntu Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)
Ubuntu wants you to use snap to install it.
Check out this post on getting Fedora 33 set up in Windows Subsystem for Linux
All you need to get a Linux distro running _not_ on the Windows store 🤯
Why is there this stereotype that Windows OS sucks? I've used it for 5+ years pretty heavily (development, creating, heavily customized OS) and I haven't had any major problems??
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