It's been a few months since we got rid of the testing columns, and though we are continuing to evolve and solve problems as they come up, I'm going to conclude this series here.
I've spent a fair while practicing making pages using html and css, but when it came to stuff like serving them or running anything through the terminal, it just seemed like way too big a thing to learn. I couldn't wrap my head around any of the concepts I was reading about. All this talk… Continue reading Serving files using ExpressJS
I've been struggling to keep this blog up to date with the things I'm learning, and I end up posting small things that don't show off anything I'm actually doing (the 6-sided die, for example). I think this is because I've been learning a lot, but not doing anything with it. Therefore it's difficult to… Continue reading Learning Docker: The Dockerfile
What was the problem So I work for a company that makes adverts. A little while back, we got a new client that wanted some of the boxes in their ad to have cut-off corners. This is part of their brand aesthetic, so not something that could simply be ignored, but also something that provides… Continue reading What I learned cutting corners in CSS (using clip-path)