Here are interesting things I found while browsing the web. It's ideas and thoughts, new findings, and reminders regarding software development. I see it as a second brain for all things related to development and a way for me to practice Learning in public.
- dataview examples for Obsidian
- effective note-taking
- using generate_series to avoid gaps in data in Postgres
- remove readonly and optional parameters in typescript
- quit and save in vim
- tab focus links in Firefox on macOS
- deep clone objects using structuredClone
- download attribute on links
- change creation date of a file
- willcodefor.beer is now a Remix app
Arizon is a IT consultancy and startup incubator.
With 2.8 miljon unique vistors each week, Hemnet is Sweden's biggest website when you're looking to buy or sell your appartment or house.
I was part of the Seller's Experience team. This team handles the "behind the scenes" of a sale. Everything from the broker adding your listing, you purchasing additional packages for better exposure of your listing to a dashboard where you can follow statistics on the sale.
IteamDeveloper / Head of Tech2012-20
Iteam is a development consultancy working mostly in-house.
My work focused on front-end, but also backend (Node) whenever there's a need. We use React and React Native with TypeScript, but recently we've also started using ReasonML. We write all code using TDD and Jest. API integrations are made using GraphQL, with some REST.Here's a list of all the projects I've a been a part of at Iteam
MatHem delivers groceries directly to your door, either as a prepackaged concept with recipes or as individual products of your choosing. MatHem has been selected as one of the best Swedish online stores two years running by Internetworld.
My job was mostly front-end development. I made mockups in Photoshop and then implemented the HTML, CSS and some jQuery on the website. I also made flash banners for advertising campaigns.
According to the WHO an estimated 1.3 billion people live with some form of visual impairment. This includes people who are legally blind and people with less than 20/20 vision.
This library helps you achieve the accessibility standards for color contrast outlined in the WCAG 2.0 specification.