« Scott Nonnenberg


Posts tagged 'typescript'

A Typescript onramp 2021 Nov 28

So you’re a Javascript developer, and you want to stop writing Javascript. Typescript seems like a good option, but you’ve always used dynamically-typed languages. You’re uncertain about jumping in... Read more »

Don't write Javascript 2021 Nov 14

Yes, I’ve written a lot of Javascript. But it’s honestly an accident that we’re using it for such large, complex applications. It’s not a good language. We need to move on. Let’s talk about how you... Read more »

Better web development and deployment 2021 Oct 31

In the last four years I’ve really improved how I develop and deploy web applications. There’s a new set of tools I don’t leave home without! Let’s talk about what’s changed, and more importantly... Read more »

The great gatsby upgrade 2021 Oct 17

In the past year I’ve upgraded this blog’s version of Gatsby not just once, but twice. And wow, it has gotten so much better. And so has my blog. Fork it and play around! Or, if you’re not yet... Read more »

Better docs and static analysis 2016 Dec 06

Welcome to the third post in my stack improvements series! This time we’ll be talking about Flow, a static analysis tool which can improve your Javascript development no matter your choice of... 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.'