I’ve been motivated to move some of my side projects and blogs off of WordPress. It’s a great platform but I don’t like to see hundreds of attempts to hack my sites in my logs. So far, none have succeeded, but I resent having to block IPs from bots to […]
COVID drove the UC Berkeley Coding Boot Camp online in early 2020. Sadly, it seems as though there are no plans to resume in-person classes. I say “Sadly” because I really enjoyed the in-person experience. It’s SO MUCH EASIER to teach real people than little black rectangles on Zoom. You […]
Looks like somebody broke something! Somewhere between Node v18 and Webpack 5, this little error started appearing: ‘digital envelope routines::initialization error’ Fortunately, I found a pretty simple workaround: In your package.json file, add this prefix to the scripts that break: export NODE_OPTIONS=–openssl-legacy-provider For example, instead of just start-storybook -p 6006, […]
Web site visitors tend to be very impatient (Fifty three percent of visits are likely to be abandoned if the pages take longer than 3 seconds to load). You can imagine now frustrating they become when they click on an element and nothing appears to happen, which occurs frequently in […]
Me and my team were excited to see our post published yesterday on the public AWS blog.
I got to substitute for most of the last month for UCLA’s Coding Boot Camp. This cohort presented their final group projects and graduated on 3 April 2021. Congratulations to all for completing an extremely intensive curriculum!
Congratulations to the graduates of my 7th cohort at UC Berkeley Coding Boot Camp! They all made it through an intensive 6-month program, including weekly homework and 3 group projects. This group graduated on Tuesday September 22, 2020. Several of my students have taken the skills they learned and have […]