I hope you’re doing well wherever you are during this pandemic. My blog was last updated five years ago so I figured now is a good time to give it a reboot, so, old posts begone and future posts will base on these Long Blog Short principles that I made up:
- Weekly update - at least, or more if there are more stories to tell.
- Minimally interesting - it doesn’t need to be perfect, keep learning.
- Links later - do not contribute new browser tabs before the post ends.
With that out of the way, let’s talk about being a small potato, that’s often how I feel - that in the grand scheme of things, what I know is insignificant and will never be enough, which is probably true, but that’s okay because one can always grow.
It’s been a decade since I started my career in software development which is a rather fast-moving industry. More often than not, I stumble upon technology, methodology, or even simple tricks that I feel like I should’ve known but didn’t, not to mention constantly being reminded of fading knowledge. What I usually do is to jot them down as part of my weekly journal, and now looking back, I think those might as well be blog posts because who knows if someone else felt the same can benefit from them, plus I can learn if someone find mistakes or shortcomings in them.
- AWS CloudFront: it doesn’t support compression for files above 10 MB.
DOMContentLoadedis fired when HTML is parsed while
loadis fired after all dependent resources are loaded.
- Deno: ESModule and permission API are probably more interesting and more important factors than native support for TypeScript.
- Yarn: Use
package.jsonto upgrade the version of nested dependencies.
- Logo design: some of the logo types are wordmark (e.g. Coca-Cola), pictorial (e.g. Apple), and abstract (e.g. Nike, which costs only 35 USD initially).
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