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Yet Another Newsletter LOL - Issue #62: Joey

Nick Taylor
Nick Taylor
Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!

Around the Web
I’m definitely going to swap in linkedom into my build step for my blog.
Sam Saccone
Found out about linkedom from @WebReflection, swapping JSDOM out ended up giving me a 400% perf improvement 🤯
I need to dig into this more, but I’m still trying to understand the use case for the satisfies operator coming to TypeScript 4.9. I get that it’s better than casting via the as operator, but still not sure why I’d need this if things are typed correctly. 🤔
"satisfies" operator to ensure an expression matches some type (feedback reset) · Issue #47920 · microsoft/TypeScript · GitHub
I knew about a $ and some others, but I wasn’t aware of stuff like console.copy(object).
DevTools Tips: How to speed up your workflow with Console shortcuts - Chrome Developers
A great read on how CodeSandbox spins up things quickly.
How we clone a running VM in 2 seconds - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
Fun Stuff
I’m dying…
Words of Wisdom for the Week
Addy Osmani
Tip: It's powerful for senior engineers to admit when they don’t know something. You can learn from others who do. This normalizes admitting where you have knowledge gaps (but want to learn) and is healthy for teams to see.
VS Code Tip of the Week
VS Code Tip of the Week: Exclude Git Ignore - Just Some Dev
Shameless plugs
No streams of my own this week, but I was on the Netlify YouTube channel streaming with my coworkers Prince Wilson and Brittney Postma. We talked about using Netlify forms in Remix!
Using Netlify Forms with Remix
Using Netlify Forms with Remix
I started adding short videos for my VS Code Tip of the Week. The first one dropped this week, so if you don’t feel like reading a blog post, you can follow along on my YouTube channel.
VS Code Tip of the Week: Exclude Git Ignore
VS Code Tip of the Week: Exclude Git Ignore
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