r/Rishabh Budhiraja/b – Open Source, Travel & More

“How you do one thing, is how you do everything”

Laura Cambell
  • Top 5 CODING THINGS to learn during the quarantine

    April 13, 2020 by

    My personal list that I’m sure will help others In my last blog post, I mentioned how we programmers have the “CREATIVITY PHASE” during quarantine. The phase where we are most likely to sit and learn new tech, acquire some new skills and be more “equipped”, and have a variety of “ammo” at our disposal!… Read more

  • A Coder’s Perspective On Quarantine

    April 11, 2020 by

    If there are a list jobs that don’t require you to be physically present in the office, then a software engineer’s job can surely top that list. In most cases! Although still a very debatable topic, I’ve always felt that the dependency on a “working environment” for a coder is minimalistic, and if one really… Read more

  • Breaking The – No Bugs November – Chain

    November 19, 2019 by

    OPENSOURCE – Through thick and thin It probably looked like it was going to be almost no bugs solved this month, as I have been working countless hours in my new job [more information about that soon], and giving so less time to working with Mozilla. ( Although, I still created new issues of bugs… Read more

  • From Solving Bugs To Finding Them – And proposing a fix as well

    November 6, 2019 by

    The Open Source Journey – Continued The “Outreachy Season” is here, and since I’m not an applicant, I wasn’t able to contribute to my favorite repository Taskcluster as much as I’d have liked, because all issues were now reserved for outreachy applicants. “TOO BAD”, I thought to myself. But that wasn’t going to stop me… Read more

  • The Depths Of ES-Lint

    October 18, 2019 by

    Not long before, in my usual quest of discovering new Open Source Repositories, and finding somewhere I can learn, improve and contribute to, I came across treeherder. Treeherder – A system for managing CI data for Mozilla projects. A repository, that could be overwhelming for someone to contribute to, especially if you’re getting started with… Read more

  • Making a Material UI Page Compact (Reducing spacing, making form-groups flex and using smaller headers)

    October 2, 2019 by

    #1412 – Taskcluster Bug (PR #1449) THE TASK: In an effort to start to start the ball rolling on #835, I think we can start by working on the quickstart view (e.g., https://taskcluster-ui.herokuapp.com/quickstart). The main task may involve making use of extra spacing between sections, adding dividers/borders, changing header variants, etc. to make the form easier to… Read more

  • Everything You Need To Know About React.StrictMode

    September 16, 2019 by

    Strict Mode in React StrictMode is a tool for highlighting potential problems in an application. Like Fragment, StrictMode does not render any visible UI. It activates additional checks and warnings for its descendants. Note: Strict mode checks are run in development mode only; they do not impact the production build. HOW TO DO IT – In the above example, strict… Read more

  • Making Text Selectable – The CSS Way

    September 6, 2019 by

    TWO ISSUES, ONE COMMON SOLUTION The problem – And on another issue.. The two issues are this one and this one. The problem seemed quite simple! And it is actually quite simple! Just inspect the elements in developer console, and add the following CSS to make the text selectable: So that’s it, the cheat line… Read more

  • Playing Around With Z-Index

    September 2, 2019 by

    In my quest to find & squash more bugs in Mozilla, I stumbled across Firefox Profiler — Web app for Firefox performance analysis. Browsing through the issues, looking around for a bug that’s ready and has no one assigned, I came across this one – Screenshot preview is overlaying permalink #1274. The problem was – –… Read more

  • Adding a Confirm Delete Hook in React

    August 30, 2019 by

    My first Open Source Contribution – The Technical Side So about a month and a half ago – I got assigned my first ever issue in the world of Open Source – and it was my first time asking for one – which you can find all about here. Here’s the technical side of it… Read more

  • A New Expedition – Open Source

    August 29, 2019 by

    “How I made my first Open Source Contribution, And how you can do the same” – Answered! From Finding An Issue, To My First PR [ merged 😉 ] How I went from procrastinating the first step of starting to work on Open Source for 3 years of my college life (I learned a lot… Read more

  • Hi, I’m Rishabh!

    August 29, 2019 by

    A computer science guy trying to create a difference in his own life, and then possibly in lives of his friends and family, and finally, in the lives of everyone around. See me working around on github – http://www.github.com/rbrishabh Find other ways to contact me on the right! (or any page of this site for… Read more

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