Though there’s plenty of advice scattered around the internet on improving speed, performance and lighthouse scores for Nuxt apps, I thought I’d summarise a few things I’ve found especially helpful in a short post. Note – though I’ve personally only applied these techniques to Nuxt apps, they should work with any SSR Vue projects. 1) […]Read More Improving Lighthouse scores and performance in Nuxt projects
Ever since I visited d3js.org and saw the examples of what people build with it, I was inspired and wanted to have a go – I’m pretty sure most developers are the same. But I never found the time or reason to use it until this week, (the week before my uni exams 👌), when […]Read More The Productivity Puzzle, and D3.js
I have been keeping my podcast, Distinguished Devs, ticking over for a little while now, and though I don’t have loads of episodes, I’ve learned a ton and was keen to share some of that knowledge. So I was delighted when Stack Overflow commissioned me to write an article for the Stack Overflow blog on […]Read More The most successful developers share more than they take
If you stay up to date with niche software news, your ears may recently have twitched at the release of a new programming language: V. New hobby-project programming languages are released all the time, you would correctly argue; what makes this one special? The answer is a number of design choices which promote speed and safety: V is tiny and very fastRead More The V Programming Language: Vain Or Virtuous?
One of my favourite posts that I wrote for Hackaday recently was the coverage of what’s new in the latest Python release. You can read the full article here. Also of interest might be: Stop Using Python 2: What You Need To Know About Python 3 Make Your Python Prettier With Decorators Python’s Iterators and […]Read More Hands on with Python 3.7: what’s new in the latest release