The recent and rapid advance of AI has rightfully giving many in software real doubts about the future of their profession. I'd probably still wager that the fears are overstated – that we also got prematurely euphoric about the imminent prospects of self-driving cars – and that AI generating code is different from it evolving existing systems. But I wouldn't want to bet the house on it. This might just be The Big One.
Over the past few months, I've spoken with lots of early-career devs who are getting more and more anxious about AI. They've seen the increasingly-impressive demos from tools like GPT-4, and they worry that by the time they're fluent in HTML/CSS/JS, there won't be any jobs left for them.
Adding Directus to your dokku stack is fast and easy.
There's been massive innovation in the database and backend space for developers building applications with serverless and edge compute. There are new tools,
When you commit and push code to a Git repository, it can kick off a series of events. A pipeline for your software, as it were. This whole process is often called “continuous integration,” or CI for short. It’s pretty crucial to modern software development and falls under the umbrella of “DevOps” in current developer parlance.
This blog was on Remix for the past six months or so, and I still have other sites on Remix but I decided to move this one back to Next, mostly so I could play with some recent additions in Next with Next 13.
How we write and think about CSS has changed significantly since the web’s beginning.
There's this pattern I’ve been using in my apps that has been really helpful to me and I'd like to share it with you all. I’m calling it "full stack components" and it allows me to colocate the code for my UI components with the backend code they need to function. In the same file.
“Fresh is the Deno full-stack framework created by Luca Casonato of the Deno core team and now hosted in the Deno github repository.”
There has been a lot of talk on the socials lately about progressive enhancement. Some good, some bad, and while the bad is often misled I get it.