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5 Jan 2022 Podcast

That's My Jamstack: Shipping, learning and rendering

13 Dec 2021 Blog post

An introduction to GraphQL and how to use GraphQL APIs

While it’s easy to start making your first query with GraphQL with very little research, I thought it would be useful to consolidate all I’ve learned throughout the year and provide a high-level introduction to GraphQL for anyone interested in getting started.

9 Dec 2021 Did a thing

I streamed for Twitch Dev Day 2021

Twitch developer day, December 9 2021, 11am PST. Join us for a raid relay after the keynote. Avatars of me, Lana Lux, Lucky Number 7 and Soaryn.
7 Dec 2021 Did a thing

Developer Avocados: my story

3 Dec 2021 Podcast

JavaScript will kill you in the Apocalypse

I joined the JSParty Changelog podcast to share my take that JavaScript is best in moderation, and is a liability when creating performant, resilient, and accessible web applications. I believe we’re drunk on JavaScript, and it’s time we learn how to leverage this powerful web primitive to enhance our web experiences, alongside HTML and CSS, instead of purely relying on JavaScript to completely run the show.

30 Nov 2021 Event

Twitch API Fun with TrostCodes

30 Nov 2021 Event

Microsoft Reactor Community Spotlight

30 Nov 2021 Podcast

GitHub ReadME Project

Me with blonde hair wearing a red sweater and sitting on a yellow sofa against a black wall, looking into the camera. Text on the left says The ReadME Podcast, three careers and motherhood are just a start. S2.5 Salma Alam-Naylor.
29 Nov 2021 Blog post

How to load responsive images in AVIF and WebP using the HTML picture element

AVIF claims to offer 30% better compression than current alternatives such as WebP. It’s optimized for the web, designed with a low computation footprint, and what’s more — it’s open source. But should you be using AVIF? As usual, it depends! And if you'd like to try it out, here's a complete guide on how to serve responsive images in multiple formats to the browser using the HTML picture element.

23 Nov 2021 Did a thing

PR merged into Google Lighthouse