• The Intersection Observer

    Today I have gotten to know a bit more intimately the intersection observer. This is not a tutorial on how to use it, but more...

  • Dealing With Bugs (Mentally); Getting A Designer; Dev Tools

    On Portfolio: Days with one bug. Days. Yup. If it has happened or is happening to you, I feel you. If it hasn’t, your day...

  • Portfolio Contact Form And The Scrolling Bug

    On Portfolio: Node.js is really a bunch of middleware. At least that was my experience today while setting up the back end for my portfolio’s...

  • Don’t Do “A Little Bit Of Everything"

    I’ve been all over the place: the JS30, the Bootcamp, tic tac toe, rock paper scissors, the LoF 2.0, the portfolio…it’s true, I’m all over....

  • The Next Leap Of Faith

    On The Leap Of Faith: I will keep this short because there’s really not much to say: the next Leap of Faith is almost here!...

  • JS30, Portfolio (cont.), And Open Source

    Alright, today I’ll be doing this post in chronological order. No surprises this time. Yeah, I know, I’m sorry. Anyway, let’s get to it! On...

  • Array Cardio, Portfolio, And Habitica

    On Progress: Since the beginning of the Leap of Faith, I’ve been casually reading articles and blog posts on self-teaching testimonials, examples and recommendations. Most...

  • CSS Variables And Portfolio

    On JS30: I did it! Two out of three challenges that I manage to figure out and solve before watching the solution. For me, that...

  • Real Time Clock And Projects

    On JS30: Day 2 of the JavaScript30: a real time vanilla CSS and JS clock. I added a few styles and fixed a little bug...

  • Drum Kit and Grid

    On JS30: There’s really no substitute for learning code: you have to build. The combination of challenging myself in the morning, by attempting to build...