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Top 5 CODING THINGS to learn during the quarantine

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! … Continue reading Top 5 CODING THINGS to learn during the quarantine

A Coder’s Perspective On Quarantine

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 … Continue reading A Coder’s Perspective On Quarantine

Mastering The Basics Of Elastic Search – in ONE day [PART – 1]

MARATHON TIME! For a project that I'm about to take up, I need to dive deep into Elastic Search, and learn more than just the basics, I want to write complex queries with Elastic Search and have a really fast search engine prepared, by tomorrow morning. I have about 10-12 hours with me, and not … Continue reading Mastering The Basics Of Elastic Search – in ONE day [PART – 1]

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

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 … Continue reading From Solving Bugs To Finding Them – And proposing a fix as well

The Depths Of ES-Lint

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 Open … Continue reading The Depths Of ES-Lint

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

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