I’ve been a manager for many years at companies of different scale. Through these experiences, I’ve done my share of learning, and made some mistakes along that way that were important lessons for me. I want to share those with you.
The four mistakes that Sarah details, which we can all learn from:
- Thinking people give feedback the way they want to receive it
- Trying to do everything yourself as a manager is the best way to help
- Communicating something one time is enough
- You have to have everything together all the time
WordPress is MASSIVE — so why would a site using WordPress consider moving to JAMstack? This technical case study from Sarah Drasner covers how Smashing Magazine manages their content and what an actual WordPress migration looks like (using Smashing Magazine).
In this two-part article series, we’ll cover what an actual WordPress migration looks like, using a case study of the very site you’re reading from right now.
We’ll talk through the gains and losses, the things we wish we knew earlier, and what we were surprised by. And then we’ll follow it up with a technical demonstration of one possible migration path, not off WordPress completely, but how you can serve decoupled WordPress so that you can have the best of both worlds: a JAMstack implementation of WordPress that gives you all the power of their dashboard and functionality, with better performance and security.
Generate basic CSS Grid code to make dynamic layouts!
If you’ve been looking for a list of awesome GitHub Actions, you’ve found it — thanks to Sarah Drasner.
Actions are triggered by GitHub platform events directly in a repo and run on-demand workflows as autoscaled containers in response. With GitHub Actions you can automate your workflow from idea to production.