Today marks five years of working at Open Social. Time for a look back on why I'm still around and what's coming next.
A look at the highlights of what has been quite an interesting year. Thankfully despite the pandemic there are a lot of things to look back on positively.
Podcasts have accompanied me for many years now, providing me with new ideas and insights. I take a look back on the podcasts I listened to and which ones I recommend you check out as well.
Walking through the creation of the first GraphQL endpoint in Open Social from module set-up to query resolver. Open Social provides solutions for flexible and engaging online communities. GraphQL in Drupal will pave the way for exciting new features and external integrations.
A look back on my first week of using Reason to build a native GraphQL server. Looking at the tools used and the changes in the ReasonML ecosystem.
When evaluating ReasonML for use in your React project you may have some doubts. Fear not! You can do the things you could do without ReasonML, but better!
Blockchain has been around for a while. The hype seems to be coming to an end as it moves to a more mainstream phase of the technology lifecycle. Lets take a look at what Blockchain actually is.
This year was the first time I attended RustFest. The European conference for the Rust Programming language. I take a look back at the experience.
With the move to decoupled applications and the adoption of frameworks like React and Vue.js, the workload of front-end development in Drupal will change. A different skill set will be required and the community will have to adjust as a result.
Everyone should have their own place on the internet. In this post I talk about revamping my own spot on the web with a quick tour of the technologies that I'm using.