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Posts tagged 'open-source'

Better async Redux, i18n, and Node.js versions 2016 Oct 11

It’s time for another edition of recent stack improvements! This time we’re primarily focused on React and Redux. But if you use Node.js at all, my comparison of Node.js version managers should be... Read more »

Hands-on with CircleCI and Node.js 2016 Jul 26

If you’ve been watching my @scottnonnenberg/notate repo on Github, you might have noticed quite a bit of churn related to setting up CircleCI. I learned quite a lot, and I’m passing all of that on... Read more »

Better changelogs, strings, and paths 2016 Jul 19

I’m always on the lookout for ways to do Node.js and Javascript development better, but I haven’t found a good vehicle for these kinds of discoveries yet. I briefly mentioned a few in a recent post... Read more »

This blog is now open source! 2016 Jul 05

I just open-sourced this blog, based on the Gatsby static site generator. Very meta! You could be reading this on GitHub! I thought I’d walk through some of the more interesting details, and... Read more »

Notate: Better Javascript callstacks 2016 Jun 28

You might not have noticed it yet, but the async event loop in Javascript truncates the stack provided with your Error objects. And that makes it harder to debug both in the browser and in Node.js... Read more »

ESLint Part 3: Analysis 2016 Jun 21

I’ve already spoken about my initial ESLint explorations (Part 1) and contributions (Part 2). For Part 3, let’s get a little deeper. Why use ESLint in the first place? Why is it so hard for a group... Read more »


It's me!
Hi, I'm Scott. I've written both server and client code in many languages for many employers and clients. I've also got a bit of an unusual perspective, since I've spent time in roles outside the pure 'software developer.'