My last post talked about Discord slash commands and some of the benefits of the new HTTP API, but I didn't spend much time talking about hosting. Using HTTP instead of the Gateway for your bot unlocks some cool new options, like hosting it as a serverless function through a provider like Vercel!
Slapping people with trout was a popular way of sending a notification to users back in the IRC days. Let's bring it back! Ah, nostalgia.
Creating Devcontainers for your projects is easy and comes with a lot of benefits!
I recently said I didn't like Tailwind and probably wouldn't use it again. I think I was wrong.
I broke my WSL installation while installing PostgreSQL and realized I hadn't updated my dotfile repository in over a year - whoops!
The most popular part of my bot, Aquarius, is the function that forwards Sentry errors to Discord.
Statically rendered MDX with Frontmatter in a `content` directory... kind of like Jekyll!
I launched a new project recently! It tracks Senate votes and how they map with the represented population.
I always type out `Fragment` because it's more discoverable for engineers new to React.