Down on my hands and knees, I crawl around, bleeding out. I’m resigned to my fate. A kind stranger, a new friend, rushes over to me and kneels to help, reviving me at a time that didn’t require it. Just as I’m revived, the kind stranger says “Get up and win”. I get up and […]
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Joining the Firefox DevTools team was a dream come true for me. I shared why in the first episode of the Script & Style show but the quick summary is that I grew up loving Firefox (even before it was called “Firefox”) because Mozilla cared about developers via their early developer tools. If you told […]
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It’s been quite a while since I’ve gotten a few things off of my chest and since I’m always full of peeves and annoyances I thought it was time to unleash: If I were just getting into front-end development, I’d be so lost. The norm these days seems to be JSX, CSS and HTML embedded […]
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Two years ago I documented my struggles with Imposter Syndrome and the response was immense. I received messages of support and commiseration from new web developers, veteran engineers, and even persons of all experience levels in other professions. I’ve even caught myself reading the post many times with the hopes that I would just snap […]
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