Using Lo-Fi Music To Code and Get Stuff Done

2020 has been a crazy year huh? If you have been following me on my Instagram, you would know that my coding journey hasn’t been all that great this year. As a matter of fact, it has kinda been at a standstill. Why? Well my brand new HP Envy x360 laptop that I bought in December 2019, crashed three times. Not one, not two, but three times. They finally sent me a replacement laptop that that had been refurbished with my original specs.

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Using GitHub’s New “Secret” Profile README Feature

Before I start off with info on GitHub’s new “secret” README feature, I want to write a little bit about what has been going on over here on my end. My last post was posted in November 2019. It is now July 2020. Since then, I took a break for the holidays and finished up my JavaScript App Development class with TechTalentSouth. Then I celebrated my birthday at the top of the year, did some much needed traveling, and then…Corona and the protests happened.

Actually the whole first half of 2020 happened. This year has been really wonky. I wrote two blog posts, about BulmaUI and SkeletonCSS, that got accidentally deleted. Things have just not been normal. Even my career plans have been postponed. I know a lot of people are going through it. I pray for everyone who reads this to be safe and be well. Now on to this new GitHub feature.

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Tech Is The Funniest Image Placeholder By Far

I wanted to bring you a quick blog post about something really funny-the image placeholder. One of the ways that web developers play around with images on different sites and web apps is to use an image placeholder. Image placeholders do exactly as you think they would do. They hold the space for images on a layout until you put the actual image in the right place.

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I Used the Codepen Design Asset From Unsplash

I used the Codepen Design Asset from Unsplash today on a little self-made web development project. I’m still trying to decide if this blog with be strictly tech or what. I think I am going to do a mix of my life for now, but here is a little tech project I made. This is what I used to make this project: HTML, CSS, SVGs for the background from Hero Patterns, and of course…the Codepen Design Asset from Unsplash.

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