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Code bits: Fixing a rebase mess - What started being an “easy issue to fix” became a mess rapidly due to my inexperience with GitHub, the issue can be seen [here]. Seems that when I tried to fix some linting errors, I rebased it wrongly and created a divergent branch, that’s why every time I tried to rebase again it did not … Continue reading Code bits: Fixing a rebase mess
Code bits: Multi-line statements - Trying to make some changes to issues like this one [ #15438 ] I kept receiving this error message from the pre-commit linter: error Line xxx exceeds the maximum line length of 140 max-len There are multiple times where you’ll need to use more than 140 characters, and the way to avoid this error is … Continue reading Code bits: Multi-line statements
Contributing to Open Source & wp-calypso - Not only the jump from “vanilla” PHP and Javascript to React/Redux has been a big deal for me, but also how I use Git and GitHub in a project that requires more than one person (myself ), as that was the only experience I had until the moment with personal projects, or filling/testing bug reports … Continue reading Contributing to Open Source & wp-calypso
A Day in the Life of a Happiness Engineer - This post is part of a series describing what Automatticians do on a daily basis. You can read more posts like this by following the tag #a8cday on and Twitter. There’s other colleagues that also write theirs here! 7:00 – I wake up at Koh Pha Ngan, an island in Thailand, depending on the … Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Happiness Engineer
wordpress javascript unit testing Using QUnit for WordPress testing - I’ve been interested in testing and automated testing for a while (one of my gigs when I was freelancing was to create automated tests using CasperJS for WordPress sites) but I couldn’t find the time to research on how unit testing is done on WordPress. Even there’s a dedicated page for Automated Testing in the … Continue reading Using QUnit for WordPress testing
Getting ready for SEA - The first quarter of 2017 I’ll be working nomadic from Singapore (10 days), Thailand (30 days) and Vietnam (15 days). Is not the first time I do this, the last year I did Thailand, Vietnam and Japan for a total of 6 months, but last year I was freelancing (10-20 hours weekly) and this time … Continue reading Getting ready for SEA
30-Day Vanilla JavaScript Challenge - Starting this week, I’m going to do the 30-Day Vanila JavaScript Challenge by Wes Bos. Blogging about it everyday will be a little too much for me so I’d update weekly about how is it going, so far I’ve setup a Github repo so I have accountability on my daily/weekly progress.